Released in 2016, Steam Era is a experience based in the United Kingdom during the near demise of steam locomotives, whilst they were still very common sights and then-new diesel locomotives slowly made them extinct. Updates are provided at our own pace. The former title for this experience is no longer useable under the text filter, so it is now known as Steam Era. Developers: NWSpacek, MobiusEagle Fan Club: https://www.roblox.com/My/Groups.aspx?gid=3607410 Shutdown = Update / Bug fixes
a very british layout
Credits to NWSpacek, RedTrain, and the rest of the folks at Ro-Scale for all the functionality in this game. Further credits can be found in-game, given to TheModster, Supersnel11, tiresometest, and 11Denver22. This game was purely just experimentation as to what I could do with Ro-Scale before my motivation ran thin for it. Don't expect updates for this any time soon. Might come back to it some day, who knows? All you need to know about DCC and how to get started with your own layout is available here: https://www.roblox.com/groups/4740151/RO-Scale-Trains#!/about Shutdown = Update
British Skies V1.0
Creation date: 17th June, 2012 Welcome! British Skies was one of my earliest projects and was a breakthrough for me to better my building skills back in 2012, development lasted a couple of years until support was finally given up on it for other projects. A second iteration of this game titled 'British Skies V2' was worked on but unfortunately support for that was given up on too due to a number of reasons. It's unlikely this game will ever see itself out of experimental mode as it may not function properly without it. I would highly recommend FlightLin3D, A Place With Airliners, Velocity Flight Simulator and any other simulators out there as this is nowhere near as a good flight simulator as it used to be. Credit to Crazyman32 for the planekit used in these planes.
This is a showcase which exhibits some planes which I've made over my time on ROBLOX, dating back to 2012 where I made my first mesh plane. As a fun fact, my Gloster Meteor landed a spot on the blog once in an older version of this place after I submitted a link for it on Twitter: http://blog.roblox.com/2014/11/physics-support-comes-to-solid-modeling/
Boeing 767-200 ~ Showcase
Development: January to July 2015 This rather long-winded project was my final complete aircraft in a series of aircraft builds lasting over 4 years, and since being worked on in the development timeline, it's been showcased here with some additional functionality scripted into it. Do understand that this is just an exhibit of my past work and not something like a flight simulator where you're expecting to hop into this and fly it out of the hangar. I seriously don't know why this has so much attention but all I can say is thank you all very much for the support! I appreciate it! Additional feature (as of 2/11/17): - You can press H to hide all of the GUIs that may obstruct any photos you plan on taking.
Flying Scotsman ~ Showcase
I've stopped working on this project. It's still here for you to check out. Believe it or not, this was my first actual attempt at a steam locomotive which was made to a finished standard (lasted from February 2016 to June/July 2016), there were still many things I wanted to do for this project but since detailed builds became time consuming and boring for me, I stopped. Don't expect me to update this at all since I'm working on other things now.