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Zubay

Vintage Licence "To drive a Motor Car"

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Obviously according to all the people who liked your post, including me, its safe to say this is quite the interesting mod. Although, I think LEGO Racers takes place in LEGOLAND or something as mentioned in the manual, doesn't it?

Anyways, this is a really great mod you made! It would be even more interesting if someone made a complete "Vintage LEGO Racers" mod... Food for thought. :P

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I think LEGO Racers takes place in LEGOLAND or something as mentioned in the manual, doesn't it?

Well, I don't remember ever reading the manual, as I own this game for many years in a small CD Cover, wihout the manual.

Anyways, this is a really great mod you made! It would be even more interesting if someone made a complete "Vintage LEGO Racers" mod... Food for thought. :P

Thanks! Yes, that's something I had in mind as well, but this was the first thing that came to mind when I looked at pictures of old driving licences. Maybe I'm going to do something like that.

I even thought of changig all menu skin textures to sepia

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Wow, even Rocket Racer looks like he's from the 20's in Sepia

By the way, has anyone noticed that I used the old LEGO Logo from 1934 for that stamp?

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I'm just waiting for the steampunk total conversion. :P

 

Also, nice use of the 1930's logo.

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Well, I don't remember ever reading the manual, as I own this game for many years in a small CD Cover, wihout the manual.

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I do like this mod. I think it is very neat. I don't any feedback for you, so I'll just say keep up the good work. :thumbsup:

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This looks cool. You've still just got to change that background of the minifig in the license. :P

Fact: Every post in this topic aside from OP has a smiley tongue in it.

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I'm just waiting for the steampunk total conversion. :P

Steampunk would actually be interesting, but I'm not sure if it'll work, since it's settled in the Victorian Age, so cars (and especially car races) shouldn't be a common thing yet.

But I could imagine it to be nice.

Well, I don't remember ever reading the manual, as I own this game for many years in a small CD Cover, wihout the manual.

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Ah, I see now, I changed it so it now says 'Country of Legoland' instead of 'Lego Town'.

This looks cool. You've still just got to change that background of the minifig in the license. :P

Thanks, and for the background, I tried to change it, but I don't exactly know how.

*UPDATED VERSION*

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Updated Stamp & changed 'Lego Town' to 'Country of Legoland'

Thank you all for the positive comments, always appreciated.

PS.: :P

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Cool beans.

 

Thanks, and for the background, I tried to change it, but I don't exactly know how.

The colour is defined under /Menudata/DrvrLice.mib. Look for this:

 

        k_2A    // Tint color (ARGB)
        255
        83
        90
        140

        255
        83
        90
        140
    }

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(there is a Ctrl+F search function, use it to find the first 83)

If you know enough about image editing, you should know what the ARGB means and how this colour formatting works.

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