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SUGC Simcity Modder's Guide 1.01

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Hi everyone!

 

Finally, after 6 months of work, I present you the SUGC SimCity Modder's Guide!

 

You will find in this guide, all the technical articles find on the net regarding SimCity in one place. It also include new tutorials made by SUGC modders. This guide is there to help you understand the mechanics in SimCity.

 

With it, you will be able to learn how to do small modification to the game, create menu icons and marquees, modify an in-game building and create a sub-menu in the User Interface as in Project Akar.

 

This guide is a work in progress. More will be added when new tutorials will be produce by modders.

 

Warning: It is a huge document (32MB) and already 300+ pages. Be patient if you download it using a slow internet connection..

 

Good reading!

 

Pinky!

 

 


What's New in Version 1.01   See Changelog


Released

  • 1.01 Feb 24th Change to the section: Publishing on Simtropolis and the mod filename naming convention.
  • 1.0 Feb 20th 2015 First edition.




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I don't mod but have been inquisitive to find out whats involved. This guide has been fascinating from that point of view. Thanks

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Thanks god (and the moderator) the guide is back for everybody to download. I hope this will not happened again.

 

Oups: small mistake in page 64. In the example, The date should be before the version. Will be corrected in the next version.

 

Should read like this:

 

Example: 001-OFFLINE_Roads_SUGC_20140710_1.70_Udons.package

 

Lots of problem today to upload version 1.01. Now it is finally there to download. Good reading!

 

Pinky!

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Hopefully, we'll start getting some new mods for the game! (wink, wink)

My degree is in Architecture and Engineering and I did alot of 3D modeling while I was working in the field and have thought about trying my had at modding but I don't want to screw anything up and it's been a few years since I've done anything 3D.  I'll read the manual and think about it trying my hand at it!  Would love to see more SC2013 mods come out!  ~Cassie

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