My new Nublar (novel)

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My new Nublar (novel)

Unread postby THE DINOSAUR MAN » Sat, 26th Sep 2009 20:47

I made this for the NCM at JPL and I wanted feed back from here.

It is based on this map: http://www.tomassi.net78.net/index.php?p=1_5_Free-time

The Map

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Cliff Road

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Road Vew

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Raptor Pen

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T-Rex Pen

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Stego pen

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What do you think?
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Re: My new Nublar (novel)

Unread postby Gopher » Sun, 27th Sep 2009 1:01

Well, compared to the picture you based it on, it is very accurate. But if I were judging it by comparing its accuracy to the movie maps, I would say it needs to be slightly wider. And I think I like the movie's wide island better...it reminds me of a brain for some reason...

However, other than that, this is quite an accurate portrayal of the longer/slimmer map. I think it would be even more accurate if you added the moat in the T-rex paddock...although, when you are limited to JPOG's tools, it might not be plausible. On the other hand, I do believe there is a mod where you can increase the depth/height of your hills in JPOG, I just can't remember where...
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Re: My new Nublar (novel)

Unread postby THE DINOSAUR MAN » Sun, 27th Sep 2009 3:24

Any one else?
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Re: My new Nublar (novel)

Unread postby raptors rule » Sun, 27th Sep 2009 6:59

As I have said it's great very accurate!!!
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Re: My new Nublar (novel)

Unread postby Jurassic Park » Sun, 27th Sep 2009 11:08

Nice, I give u :clap:
Raptor are fast, intelligent and very social........
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Re: My new Nublar (novel)

Unread postby The_Lost_World » Tue, 29th Sep 2009 17:56

Hey, look, I always used to get the biggest flattest rectangle I could find and fill the whole darn thing with land. The maps are too small anyways. :P
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Re: My new Nublar (novel)

Unread postby THE DINOSAUR MAN » Sat, 3rd Oct 2009 0:52

So what do you rate it TLW?
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Re: My new Nublar (novel)

Unread postby Raging Raptor » Sat, 17th Oct 2009 21:20

The_Lost_World wrote:Hey, look, I always used to get the biggest flattest rectangle I could find and fill the whole darn thing with land. The maps are too small anyways. :P

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Exactly. I don't find the point in smushing everything possible into a tiny mass of land.
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Re: My new Nublar (novel)

Unread postby THE DINOSAUR MAN » Wed, 11th Nov 2009 0:32

On my map with Dinosaurs it seems to have enough space for the dinosaurs, in fact it seems bigger than most maps it size.
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Re: My new Nublar (novel)

Unread postby Gopher » Thu, 12th Nov 2009 1:06

The_Lost_World wrote:Hey, look, I always used to get the biggest flattest rectangle I could find and fill the whole darn thing with land. The maps are too small anyways. :P


It would be great to have a size mod... :bored:
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Re: My new Nublar (novel)

Unread postby THE DINOSAUR MAN » Thu, 12th Nov 2009 19:27

Yes if the maps could only be bigger, this would be one of the top maps!

UPDATE: You can get this map with dinosaurs here: viewtopic.php?f=36&t=5549
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