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GAME MODDING: How to mod something in the game? 17 Jun 2013 10:03 #10861

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If you're interested in creating your own mod, but don't know how to change something in the game - use this thread to ask for help!

Don't flood all over the forum, post all your help requests only in this topic.

Also check out the new section of the forum "Modding knowledge database" - citycardriving.com/component/kunena/?func=showcat&catid=26 where all useful information regarding modding is collected.

Please don't send private messages regarding the mods to me. Developers don't provide consultations regarding the third-party mods.

P.S.: Ask kindly and maybe some of experienced users or mod makers will answer you.


Useful posts:

How to change/convert wheel - citycardriving.com/component/kunena/?func=view&catid=16&id=12794#12794

FWD/AWD/RWD how to change? - citycardriving.com/component/kunena/?func=view&catid=16&id=12899#12899

Adding new colors to cars - citycardriving.com/component/kunena/?func=view&catid=7&id=25016#25016
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Re: How to change/mod something in the game? 17 Jun 2013 13:08 #10863

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For changing the acceleration, follow these steps I've made:

Physics files are in:
City Car Driving\data\physics


Engine physics are in:
City Car Driving\data\physics\Engine


Transmission physics are in:
City Car Driving\data\physics\transmission


Steps:

For example, you want a "Car53" to go as slow as a "Car28". To do this:


  1. 1. Go to City Car Driving\data\physics\engine\*Car codename* (in this case, Car28)
  2. 2. Copy the files in that car folder; in this case, Car28
  3. 3. Open City Car Driving\data\physics\engine\*Car codename* (in this case, Car53)
  4. 4. Paste the files from Car28 to the Car53 folder
  5. 5. Rename the copied files to the original files in Car53. For example, the original physics files from Car53 are "vaz21126.losts" and "vaz21126.power", but the original physics files from Car28 are "1ZR-FE.losts" and "1ZR-FE.power". You should rename "1ZR-FE.losts" and "1ZR-FE.power" to "vaz21126.losts" and "vaz21126.power" AFTER pasting, so that the game will think that you are using the same physics configurations. REMEMBER TO MAKE A BACKUP OF YOUR FILES
  6. Do the same for the "transmission" folder.


If you do not get it, ask further . I did this on the Hyundai Santa Fe mod, so it works .

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Last Edit: 17 Jun 2013 13:10 by jericho.
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Re: How to change/mod something in the game? 23 Jun 2013 07:46 #11062

how can you make one of your mod cars into a traffic car?
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Re: How to change/mod something in the game? 25 Jun 2013 10:15 #11154

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Who can help me, I want to change a car guy: 1.2.2 to 1.2.5 make it, or vice versa.

Re: How to change/mod something in the game? 26 Jun 2013 14:01 #11240

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Can someone post everything (programs) I need to make my own car for CCD? And a video would help to or step-by-step instructions on how to make a car. And please keep to steps simple or I won't understand them. Haha .
Have A Nice Day
Last Edit: 26 Jun 2013 14:02 by Corydms7.

Re: How to change/mod something in the game? 26 Jun 2013 14:05 #11242

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citycardriving.com/component/kunena/?func=view&catid=16&id=9749&limit=10&start=20#9955

I posted it in above link. I can't copy the bbcode (like url etc.) Because the topic is locked.

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Re: How to change/mod something in the game? 26 Jun 2013 14:08 #11243

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Thanks much, Jericho!
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Re: How to change/mod something in the game? 26 Jun 2013 14:10 #11245

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No problem

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Re: How to change/mod something in the game? 26 Jun 2013 14:12 #11247

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And could you give me the link that taught you how to make cars??? Like the video.
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Last Edit: 26 Jun 2013 14:12 by Corydms7.

Re: How to change/mod something in the game? 26 Jun 2013 15:45 #11248

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I'll embed the vids here. They're tutorials by Jaguar86RUS.
Videos (Click Spoiler):
:pinch: Warning: Spoiler!

Source: www.multisoft-web.ru/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=6503

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Last Edit: 26 Jun 2013 15:46 by jericho.
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