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PEG MTP Civic Center
By Pegasus

This is the first of the civic reward replacements for the MTP. It is identical in all regards, except size & appearance, to the game-default City Hall. However, it does not replace it the game's Rewards Menu. This will allow the player to choose either style of city hall they prefer and to use the default city hall in non-MTP themed cities without any issues.

The Civic Center sits on a much larger and more realistic 5x5 lot.. Its features a transit-enabled stone portal entrance, decorative fountains and ponds and parking that surrounds the entire structure. The building is night-lighted.. including the clock faces in the clock tower. The lot is also Christmas-Enabled with Christmas lights & decorations that appear only during the holiday season.

The lot also features a custom UI that displays some extra, convenient city statistics... including the current Mayor rating & the current monthly profit (or loss).

Dependencies:

PEG MTP Super Pack
PEG Christmas Development Kit

All Pegasus files are now legacy content and are no longer officially supported - however support from the wider community can be requested here.


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