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Another new addition, Pedestrian Path Sidewalk for both Bridge and Tunnel. Can be use on both land and water tiles.

u can find in Pedestrian Path 'New' SubMenu

 

Need Original Pedestrian Path v2 By Xoxide

 

Make Sure have Project Akar  by Yayieli

 

If you got any problem or bug pm me thanks.


What's New in Version 1.0


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  • 29-08-2014 (1.0)
  • Initial Release
  • 07-09-2014
  • Changed Winrar name to Regional (Sorry i have forgot)




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