32bpp graphics development tracker (extra zoom)

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32bpp Project


This is the 32bpp "Extra Zoom Level" graphics tracker, for the Extra Zoom Levels Project. Click on a category below to see what's been done and what needs to be done.




Terrain / Landscaping

Ground Terrain Grass, Sand, Soil, Pavements...
59% completed

  

Trees Terrain Trees, Bushes, Flowers...
20% completed

  

Misc Terrain Landscape buildings, hedges, fences...
13% completed

  

Water Water, shore, rivers...
20% completed

  

Tracks / Roads / Airports / Canals

Base Tracks All the track pieces that go on standard terrains.
37% completed

  

Bridges Tracks Bridge pieces.
43% completed

  

Tunnels Tracks Tunnel Entrances.
26% completed

  

Stations Tracks Stations, Ports, Airports...
59% completed

  

Misc Tracks Signals, wires, rail fences....
75% completed

  

Buildings (except stations)

Industrial Buildings Any Industry buildings should go here.
45% completed

  

City Buildings Office Blocks, Sky Scrapers, stores, Football fields...
79% completed

  

HeadQuarters Buildings Company Head quarters.
83% completed

  

Vehicles

Road Vehicles Buses, trucks, cars...
81% completed

  

Air Vehicles Helicopters, Planes, blimps...
12% completed

  

Water Vehicles Boats, hovercraft, subs...
0% completed

  

Rail Vehicles Trains, Trams, Maglev, Monorail...
22% completed

  

Misc Vehicles UFOs...
75% completed

  

GUI

GUI Signs, Buttons, skins, pointers...
75% completed

  

Additional

Sets

Total Bridge Renewal Set
0% completed

  

Related stuff

  • Props Graphics that may be used as parts of other graphics. E.g. bulldozers, cars, etc...
  • Abandoned sprites Abandoned graphics, might serve as an inspiration source.


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