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different hull colors for ships 1.2.5

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well seeing that the last hull color was a big hit, I added more colors!

I might add more colors who knows? XD

 
I wanna model some ships, but I really don't have the tools XD
 
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to install this just place the color you want in your 
C:\Program Files (x86)\Origin Games\SimCity\SimCityData folder then 
 
start the game! :D
very simple ^^
(note: if u want to use a lovey mix hull or hospital hull, make sure you use the 
 
superstructure/top that goes with it!!!)
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if there is bugs or if u want to contact me,
PM me or Email me at
seth.the.squirrel@gmail.com
or my DeviantArt
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do not repost saying it yours. That's the olny rule ^^
 
Enjoy~
      SethySquirrel

What's New in Version 1.2.5   See Changelog


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  • added new skin, hospital ship




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Ever been to a big marina?  You'll find that sailors are very conservative when it comes to hull colours.

I kinda guess that xD

But it is my imagination running wild tho xD

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i know a little in 3d modelling but please bare with me, it would be nice to have a flag on top of it.

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i know a little in 3d modelling but please bare with me, it would be nice to have a flag on top of it.

Yea! Most ships even 200 years ago had flags on them xD

But I dunno how flags or new models work in simcity I'll learn xD

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Well, it might be interesting to have a Rainbow Warrior, but I don't play this game.  Good luck with your endeavours.

Lol perfect! :D

I play ship simulator extreme so I know what it kinda looks like ^^

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FYI, I am a retired sailor and owned three different yachts at various times.  I am a coastal pilot and have taught many nautical subjects.  If you'd like more detail, PM me.

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