Madman creates enormous rollercoaster highway in SimCity

SimCity

By on March 27, 2013 at 5:16 pm

As the below video demonstrates, there is something seriously wrong with SimCity‘s traffic pathfinding — especially when they’d rather climb this enormous TrackMania-esque rollercoaster road mountain than just cut across town. This single unbroken road goes so high, that at one point in the video an honest-to-god aeroplane passes underneath it on the way to land. I love it.

Source: PC Gamer

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This demonstrates everything I love about SimCity, please don’t patch this shit ever.

Mwahahahahaha :D

 
kinistoniscool

wow ahahah LOL

 

How on earth do you make something like that?

 

Needs moar jump!

Also, this is what RCT is for.

 

Awesome! I can see why this road would get used, I’d use it just for the sake of using it if it existed in real life. Even if it were in another town. And I only had a bike.

 

vcatkiller,

The lack of guardrails looked terrifying.

 

You call it lack of guardrails. I just call it a really quick ‘n’ scary shortcut.

 

Amazing. So lols. XD

 

If the maps can go up that high why on earth can’t the go wider :(?

 

Pity the plane didn’t crash and burn when it went into the supports…

 

jez,

What about the cornering speed? Looks like a slot car on fast-forward.

 
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