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  • Added 82 additional parks under Parklets Menu !! (Only applies for HighRes users only)
  • For LowRes users as well as non Akar users, all parklets will be stored under Parks Submenu's (Basic $, Nature $$, Formal $$$)
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Click on "Previous Version" if you wish not to have the modules and some visual looks on the parklets. >>

Mac users please install Parklets 1.0, there are issues that 2.3 may cause crash on start up.

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How to install?

 

1. Download Rar files.

2. Right click the rar file > Extract

3. Copy and paste the package file into your SimCityData folder.

 

Make sure you've installed Project Akar : UI Enhancements first.

 

 

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Industrial Parklets Coming Soon!!!

 

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As for now (18th July 2014), Parklets is only available for HighRes Akar users only. I will add a seperate for LowRes as well as non Akar users. Special Thanks to SUGC Team 1.

Thank you for your patience.

 

Update (19th July 2014), Added LowRes version as well as Non Akar Users.

 

Update (7th Aug 2014), Added module functionality for both Akar (highres) and non Akar (lowres). New Icons from Banwasher, New JPG descriptions..

Special thanks to MaxisGuillaume and all team members for the module functionality added into parklets.

 

- Yayie

 

 


What's New in Version 2.3   See changelog

Released

  • - 14th Aug 2014
  • - re-upload both files.

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