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Regional MagLev Tracks 1.0

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About This File

As requested, the Regional MagLev Tracks.


How to install?


1. Download .zip file

2. Right click the zip file > Extract

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


Located under MagLev's Submenu Enjoy.



*Requires Cities of Tomorrow Expansion Pack*

What's New in Version 1.0


  • - Regional MagLev Tracks added into MagLev's Submenu

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