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SimCity 3000 Official Landmark Pack 1.0.0

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This is the original lanmark pack for simcity 3000. Since you can't download it from the official site anymore i decided to upload it here on Simtropolis.



go to ur simcity 3000 folder then go to apps then place ur unpacked folder in the directory


Mod Edit: Please note we don't have a separate section for SimCity 3000 items, so for now this will remain in the SC4 section.

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thank you for this   I never got to play SC3000 and it's interesting to see what some of the buildings looked like

I think some of these would look good in SC4

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