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TAK02
TAK02

I like the bridges :)

Are they 5 cells wide instead of the usual 3 or is that just me?

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TrainStation123
TrainStation123

They're 6 cells wide with lightposts on each side. Since they're likely to have unit traffic, they're supposed to be fairly wide.

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TAK02
TAK02

DTA has *six* cell bridges?
Or is that just 2 3-cell bridges close together or some other form of engine-trickery?

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PolishedPole
PolishedPole

They don't use TS bridge logic you're used to, they are average terrain with tunnel mechanic.
For this reason, they can't be blown up either, but hey, we got customisable bridges!
Forest Fires and A Path Beyond are the only maps I recall to have old TS low-bridge logic - but they don't allow unit movement undernath - the only way to combine both traits is use of high-bridges. And that would require bringing back traditional TS cliffs and slopes, while DTA is "flattened", like RA or TD.

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TAK02
TAK02

I'm used to RA2YR bridge logic with train bridges :P

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PolishedPole
PolishedPole

TS high bridges seem similiar to RA2 high bridges for me.
And I've never seen RA2 low bridge BTW.

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Templarfreak
Templarfreak

I was never certain about the difference between "high" and "low" bridges in TS/RA2, but there is a "low" bridge, I guess, in RA2. It's the wooden one. This is the only image I could find quickly on an Image Search: I.ytimg.com

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TAK02
TAK02

There's also the low road bridge. It's just like the wooden bridge but has a road and concrete/metal painted on it

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PolishedPole
PolishedPole

I totally forgot about engineering bridges... I mean ones that look as if made from wood or deployed by engineering tank.
I just don't recall road low bridges in RA.

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TrainStation123
TrainStation123

Figured I'd point it out since its not really visible; there are infantry cave tunnels on the top and bottom of the map (where those pathways are) that lead into a flank of the opposite team's bases.

Additionally, the map has airstrips on the top-right and bottom-left that provide the player with an airstrike superweapon. The airstrips are not accessible without air transports.

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A new map created by TrainStation. It will be included with DTA 1.18.

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