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This is my first custom map, so I'll admit it's not perfect. What you get is a single grayscale image for SC4Mapper.


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Were is the file for it its only the screen shot I would like to install this to my maps.

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On ‎2‎/‎24‎/‎2017 at 11:51 AM, RitsBits said:

Were is the file for it its only the screen shot I would like to install this to my maps.

Look up "SC4Mapper" which is a program that lets you convert images, like the Greyscale in the Download file, into Sim City 4 Regions.

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