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Don't Roll Over Beethoven
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Sadly Mr. Beethoven became deaf in his late years and couldn't hear the calming sound of steady traffic anymore.
A simple Avenue Roundabout Filler with 2 + 1 dependencies
3. NAM (not needed for the lot, but what to do with a roundabout filler if there's no roundabout around it?)
You'll find the lot in the park menu
- slight air cleaning
- slight monuments effect
Sims don't commute using the upper highway, but they do use the lower if I connect the RHW-2 road with the upper highway. That's weird.. Do you have ideas how to fix it? Thanks.
So, i just installed NAM for SimCity 4 because i saw pictures of the highways and thought they were really cool. Now, i just learned that NAM is MUCH more complicated that i thought. but i guess i could catch onto it eventually.
Here's my questions for now.
1.) is there a way to connect a NAM-road to a normal SimCity in-game road? and if so how?
2.) is there a way to connect a NAM-highway to a road? and if so how?
3.) for the NAM highways and neighbor-cities-connection, is there a certain thing i have to do to make the NAM roads or highways go out of the cities and connect to the other boarding cities?
Also, are there any tutorials i can follow? most of the ones i found online are outdated.
SimCity 4 is a spreadsheet that will never be balanced, but that’s what makes it so fun, even 14 years after release.
Yesterday, an article about SimCity 4's Network Addon Mod, a comprehensive mod for roads and traffic in SimCity 4, reached the front page of r/Games.”Not only has SimCity 4 survived, it has thrived with new creations offered daily by content-makers, and has even evolved with substantial player-developed modifications like the Network Addon Mod,” author Dirktator wrote. While that’s definitely true, and the thriving mod community for SimCity 4 is a joy to browse through, after playing until two in the morning I can safely say that SimCity 4 also holds up on its own.
Full article: http://kotaku.com/SimCity-4-is-still-great-1796823071
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