Back to the Future: Hill Valley is a full conversion mod for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. Back to the Future: Hill Valley will be based on the Back to the Future Trilogy, allowing the player to re-enact all the great moments from the films. While some parts of the story are stretched to make it more enjoyable, we are determined not to stray too far from the original story-line. The people behind this mod want the community to relive the movies and have as much fun in the process as possible. With the outstanding game play of the Sandbox hit, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, in combination with one of the best movies of all time, Back to the Future, this mod is sure to bring countless hours of fun to anybody who enjoyed the movies.

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Put Trash in Train? (Mods : Back to the Future: Hill Valley : Forum : Troubleshooting : Put Trash in Train?) Locked
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Aug 14 2007, 1:31pm Anchor

I finally get around to asking this. Tell me, how do you refill Mr Fusion in the Time Train?

I walked all the way around and there is nowhere to put trash in, so how do I do it?

Aug 14 2007, 1:37pm Anchor

you dont it runs on steam. its just a glitch if you were using a delorean before that make sure you fill the delorean before using the train

Aug 14 2007, 2:43pm Anchor

Thanks. I did think it ran on steam, and it's good to know it's true to the movie in that way. Hopefully they'll find a way to fix it.

Thanks again.

Aug 14 2007, 7:01pm Anchor

altho i had a glitch, the tome train said Mr.Fusion is empty, i jumped out doin 115mph and i refuled Mr.Fusion! lol

Aug 15 2007, 4:21am Anchor

Actually it ran on steam, I did know some energy sources can be converted, but STEAM to 1.21 JIGGAWATTS. I am SO CONFUSED. :confused:

Aug 15 2007, 7:13am Anchor

doc might of redesigned the flux capacitor, to make it more energy efficent, with global warming and all :P

Aug 15 2007, 7:56am Anchor

That's the only explanation.

Aug 15 2007, 8:48am Anchor

Yes.The electrical energy is only used for the time travel coils..instead the flux capacitor concentrates the steam flow into its center, activating the" time flux compression".....

Aug 21 2007, 12:44pm Anchor

thats just funny...
your acting like its real science..
this is just 2 funny..
somebody help im having a heart attack from laughter!

Aug 21 2007, 7:15pm Anchor

*phones 911*

Aug 21 2007, 10:43pm Anchor

i thought doc used magnets to creatre electricity?

Aug 21 2007, 11:18pm Anchor

magnets to create 1.21 jigawatts!!! Great Scott!!!

Aug 22 2007, 3:01am Anchor

Magnets? *faints*

Aug 22 2007, 4:05am Anchor

No magnets...only two steam powered dynamos that USE magnets and electrical coils to generate electricity...Doc replaced the two water pumps of the locomotives with the dynamos...

And it doesn't need 1,21 jigowatts to travel through time....the electricity is ONLY used by the time travel bands to obtain the electrical field necessary to keep the wormhole opened.

Edited by (in order): 88MPH, 88MPH

Aug 22 2007, 8:51am Anchor

hey 88MPH what was with the blower behind the smokestacks in here Youtube.com skip to 46 seconds in clip

Aug 22 2007, 9:21am Anchor

Behind the smokestacks you can find an old blower that generates an air flow to provide maintenance for the three flames. The blower is powered by a vertical steam engine mounted on the visible side of the boiler. Then there's the dome (a part of every common steam locomotive) and the sander with the electrical coils turning around it. On the external side of each smokestack you can see a cylindrical superheater that uses the exhaust steam to heat the water coming into the boiler from the tender.

Aug 22 2007, 12:44pm Anchor

you take this shit seriously dont you?

Aug 22 2007, 12:46pm Anchor

wait wouldnt you need a computer to cut out of a wormhole because the flux capacitor is probably has a microprocessor and the time circuts have micro chiops as well

Aug 22 2007, 12:51pm Anchor

seems like you do too.

Aug 22 2007, 1:01pm Anchor

Hey, Deloreans are one thing, but a train is a whole nother story especially in 1885

Aug 23 2007, 3:04am Anchor

Yes, i take this shit seriously and i'm not crazy......i know that's only science fiction but i've studied even the smallest details of the time machine and the train on my own...

Aug 23 2007, 3:46am Anchor

Dude, it's just a game.

Aug 23 2007, 4:11am Anchor

Yeah...for this reason it's more funny

Aug 23 2007, 4:19am Anchor

Choo Choo!

Aug 23 2007, 11:34am Anchor

smartass proton

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