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The Lat Am Project: Historic Pack 1 1.0.0

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This is the second upload in my Lat Am Project, which seeks to revive and remaster forgotten latin american content from various creators. This time I present to you a pack of 13 lots featuring 11 building models from Debussyman. These are all wall to wall latin american historic buildings, perfect for an old city centre!.

There's medium wealth commercial services and offices, in 1x2, 2x2 and 3x2 lots, developed on low, medium and high density commercial zones. They are modded so that they only grow when the Chicago tileset is selected (in the building styles menu), you can control where and when to develop them this way. Ingame, the name of the building will show in Spanish or Portuguese if your SimCity 4 is installed in any of these languages, If it is installed in any other language the names will show in English.

If you want to plop them you can use the LotPlop command and search for them between your commercial buildings, the lots follow the default naming convention. You'll need either of the avaliable Extra Cheats dlls.

You can check the included bilingual documentation for a full catalogue and more info on stats and so on.

Dependencies

Make sure you download and install the files marked as essential in your Plugins, if you don't, you will get brown boxes instead of the actual buildings! Some textures will also be missing. The files marked as optional add details to the lots, they're recommended but not strictly necessary.

Essential:

Optional:

Other recommended downloads

This set of buildings will mix nicely with other content made by this creators:

Notes

I did not make the models and do not claim any credit for them, all credit goes to Debussyman. However, I did give the buildings their stats and made lots for them, you can use or edit those lots or the .SC4Desc files however you want if it is for personal use, but you can't re-distribute any of the included content without my permission.

The modding of this buildings was made using the PIM-X tool, so there shouldn't be any problem with them throwing the game off balance.

If you run into any issues, or want to see other things I'm working on, you can pay a visit to my lot thread here in Simtropolis, you can also PM me if you want.

Enjoy!

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Esta es la segunda descarga de mi LatAm Project. Se trata de un pack de 13 lotes que presentan 11 modelos de edificios realizados por Debussyman. Todos ellos son edificios históricos latinoamericanos de tipo wall-to-wall (que ocupan el lote en todo su ancho). ¡Resultan idóneos para construir un casco histórico!

Hay edificios de servicios y oficinas comerciales de riqueza media, en lotes que miden 1x2, 2x2 y 3x2, se desarrollan en zonas comerciales de densidad baja, media y alta. El “modding” de los edificios fue hecho de tal forma que sólo se obtienen cuando tienes activado el estilo de edificios “Chicago”, de este modo puedes controlar dónde y cuándo desarrollarlos. Los nombres de los edificios en el juego se muestran en Español o Portugués si tu SimCity 4 está instalado en alguno de estos idiomas, si no, se muestran en Inglés.

No hay versión landmark, pero puedes usar el comando "LotPlop" y buscarlos entre tus edificios comerciales, los nombres de los lotes en el menú siguen las convenciones por defecto; necesitarás alguno de los dos ExtraCheats dll. que hay disponibles.

Puedes revisar la documentación bilingüe, que incluye un catálogo de todos los edificios disponibles y más información sobre ellos.

Dependencias

Asegúrate de descargar e instalar los archivos marcados como esenciales en tus Plugins, si no lo haces ¡obtendrás cajas cafés en lugar de los edificios! (no es broma) de igual modo, tampoco se mostrarán algunas texturas. Los archivos opcionales añaden detalles a los lotes, se recomienda instalarlos, pero no es estrictamente necesario.

Esenciales:

Opcionales:

Recomendaciones

Este set de edificios combina muy bien con las creaciones de estos otros autores:

Notas

  • Los modelos no son míos y no reclamo ningún crédito por ellos, todo el reconocimiento va para Debussyman. Sin embargo, yo di a los edificios sus “stats” e hice los lotes; puedes usar o editar esos lotes, o los archivos .SC4Desc como quieras si es para uso personal, pero no puedes redistribuir los archivos incluídos aquí sin mi permiso.
  • El "modding" de estos edificios fue hecho usando la herramienta PIM-X, por lo que los edificios deberían comportarse en armonía con el juego.
  • Si encuentras cualquier problema, o quieres enterarte de cualquier otra cosa en la que esté trabajando, puedes visitar mi subforo de lots aquí en Simtropolis, también puedes contactarme por mensaje privado.

Disfruta!

 

 


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Diego Del Llano

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Very Detailed work, ! Cool... Casa de los Azulejos, I have eaten delicious meals there! ; I love Mexico City ! <3 

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SimNation

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Love these adds to my southwestern flare thank you.

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