Jiyuu Village

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Jiyuu Village
Author: Jiyuu
Version: v1.1f
Date of latest version: 2020-06-05
Editors used: BrawlBox, Cinema4D, KMP Cloud, Photoshop CC, Post-Effect Editor, Wiimms SZS Tools
WBZ files: ct.wiimm.de
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Overview

Jiyuu Village is Jiyuu's 10th custom track. While playing the track, the player will drive through various places of a village in the sunset. The village itself is located near the sea, in cliffs and is surrounded by forests. The player starts the race a bit outside of the village, under a giant tree. Then they enter the village and drive through different places and narrow streets. At some point, the player can contemplate the sunset over the sea. The main aim of the track was to create a beautiful track with a lot of different routes, yet being balanced. There are also details and secrets, aiming for those who enjoy exploration; this is one of the reasons why the track got its name, where jiyuu (自由) stands for the romanization of the Japanese word freedom.

Credits

  • Carp, for helping with fixing item routes for v1.1d.

Media

v1.1f VS Race (1:37:52)
v1.0 Presentation

Version History

Version Date of release Information
2019-04-12 Concept done, start of development.
v1.0 2019-06-03 First release
v1.1 2019-06-08
  • Fixed various KCL bugs.
  • Adjusted some details of the course model and vertex colors.
v1.1b 2019-07-22 Various minor corrections.
v1.1c 2019-07-23 Adjusted item routes.
v1.1d 2020-03-29
  • Fixed item routes.
  • Minor KCL adjustments.
v1.1e 2020-05-27
  • Patched glitch.
  • Minor KMP changes.
v1.1f 2020-06-05

Custom Track Distributions

This track is part of the following Custom Track Distributions:

Names in Other Languages

Dutch: Jiyuu's Dorp
French: Village de Jiyuu
German: Jiyuu-Dorf
Italian: Villaggio di Jiyuu
Japanese: ジユウビレッジ
Korean: 지유 빌리지
Portuguese: Vila do Jiyuu
Russian: Деревня Джийю
Spanish: Pueblo de Jiyuu
Greek: Χωριό Τζίυου
Polish: -
Finnish: Jiyuu-kylä
Swedish: -
Czech: -
Danish: -

Trivia

All files related to the course model have GUT as their prefix, where GU stands for jiyuu, and T for town; "Jiyuu Town" was actually the name of the track during development.

By the same author: Jiyuu