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HBS Target Supercenter

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About This File

Target its an American retail store, this store brings long variety of products and lowest prices to the consumers, this file only includes a ploppable version. Enjoy!

Landmark plop
Lot size:
10x11
Position in the menu:
Landmark menu
ocupants:
CS$ - 1667$ - 419$$

DEPENDENCIES:

LBT Mega Prop Pack: http://www.simtropolis.com/forum/files/file/21770-lbt-mega-prop-pack-vol-01/

LBT Mega Texture Pack: http://www.simtropolis.com/forum/files/file/21771-lbt-mega-texture-pack-vol-02/

Install:
Just move all files into your documents/simcity 4/plugins

Enjoy!!


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