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Freezing winter + flat&smooth surface  with very few resources. Not recommended for beginners.





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    • Dirktator

      03/20/2017

      Hi Community! We're almost there for our March goals!  I just wanted to keep the momentum going so if you are able to help, please donate and get some gifts in exchange! Thanks so much to those who have helped out this month, we really appreciate it.
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      Thanks to @Mymyjp for the challenge idea.
       
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      Falling from above, it's quite the photo.
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      For the winter warmth is here,
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      a. All your entered images will be eligible for voting, however only your highest rated image will be used in the final ranking.
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      b. In the event of images having an identical rating and votes, the earlier submitted image will be selected.

      For each submission, you may link a larger version in the description, or post inside the comments section. Please see this post for clarification.
       
      For the purpose of voting, please check a full title & description are included on your image(s).
        Your image(s) must be created solely by yourself, without any assistance from anyone else.
        To qualify for entry, please ensure your image(s) are uploaded to the submissions category, and comply with these requirements.  
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      Note: The following is not a complete list, or a requirement:
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      Thanks to @Mymyjp for the challenge idea.
       
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      The sun a subtle golden glow,
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      As usual, although not part of the requirements, image editing or use of custom content may be used for enhancement.

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      See the Possible Ideas section below for a few examples.
       
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        You may use any city-building game -- including SimCity 4, Cities: Skylines, SimCity (2013), and CitiesXL / XXL.
         You may submit a maximum of 3 images into the challenge album.  
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      So basically there are 3 opportunities to gain a place in the results, with no downside to submitting more than one.

      b. In the event of images having an identical rating and votes, the earlier submitted image will be selected.

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      For the purpose of voting, please check a full title & description are included on your image(s).
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      Good luck to all competitors!
       
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