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Connect Bridges like Cities: Skylines in SimCity

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Hey Friends I was playing simcity 2013. I was searching on internet for a way similar to cities skyline and I discovered a new way to connect bridges. This is a fun way. It is not exactly the same as cities skyline bu it is fun and a creative way. I have develop game in the simcity using this method and I have developed cities with better traffic management. This way has also made services to skip traffic and reach faster. I thought I should share this idea with other game players also. Try this new idea and share your experience on this forum. Below is the link of the video uploaded.

 

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You are overthinking it...  causing you to loose space.        Looks messy to me-  traffic is easy to control if you get the main intersection correct ( you don't).     To many roads.     I have Cities with 1.5 Million Sim's ( they have less streets than your small City).     Services are no issue- place them directly in front of your Mega towers, or use Drones/ Choppers.     

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Heya buddy! The greatest idea would be to create new highway overpasses. Like a T in a curve. :)

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