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Oppie Dutch Windmill Roundabout Filler
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Originating in Asia, more than 1,000 years ago, and finally coming to Europe in the 12th century AD, windmills, being a versatile machinery, have long played an important role regarding supplying humanity with free power. Nowadays, they have somewhat lost their importance, but sometimes a windmill can get an important landmark reminding your Sims of the past or creating some kind of identity. Therefore, this Dutch windmill, originally created by oppie and unfortunately only released on the German forum of SimCity 4, has been re-lotted to become a filler for the large avenue roundabout. It looks good especially in suburban or industrial environments. It can be found in the park menu, and it has a moderate landmark and park effect.
This is a 100% relot. The content you see has been created by:
- oppie (windmill)
- SimGoober (azaleas, tall shrubs)
I re-worked the Traffic Control Center and added 6 more 2x2 Park Menu lots that can be used in the the NAM avenue roundabout. There are 3 more 'Control Tower' themed lots, and 3 different park lots, one is an amusement type using the Maxis Tilt-a-Whirl ride, one a forested rest-place with a gazebo, and the other a decorative grassy park. All the lots use Maxis props and lighting, and have unique Park Menu icons.
All lots have the same stats:
Park Effect: 10 over 10, Landmark Effect: 20 over 10.
Power Consumed: 20 MWh, Water: 10 gph.
Monthly Cost: 50§
Minimal water and air pollution.
The landmark effect is a bit higher as they are feature parks, the 'Control Tower' lots having an imaginary civic function in controlling city traffic. The roundabouts are part of the Network Addon Mod (NAM) which is specialized for transit and traffic networks, but the lots are stand-alone and can be used separately as park lots. If using the NAM bulldoze the default lot in the center of the avenue roundabout and plop one of the 2x2 lots. Any 2x2 lot can be used.
The dependency file is located on SimCity 4 Devotion (SC4D) on the following linked page:
Maxis Lot Editor (LE) Tool and Addons
Install the 'Roundabout Variety Pack Lots' folder in the zipfile to the 'SimCity 4\Pulgins' folder in user 'Documents'.
FAB Diagonal Industrials
Type: Landmark (I-M) Menu: Landmarks Lot size: 1x1 (overhanging building prop with right angle 45 degree trapezoid footprint) Plop cost: 50 Bulldoze cost: 10 Capacity satisfied: 23 Prop family: 1, 2, 3, 4 story buildings in HD Variations: Left and Right versions Theme: 19th century/early 20th century/brown brick/W2W Night lighting: Maxis About:
Here is the first release in the Fractional Angle Building series, the FAB Diagonal Industrials. They fill the space next to any diagonal network. Mirrored left and right versions are included.
The buildings use a prop family with between one to four stories appearing randomly on placement.
2/19/2017: v1.0 release
The Air Filter cleans polluted air by sucking it through a dense volume of special vegetation which captures airborne particles.
This small lot is fitted for NAM roundabouts, and has air pollution reduction capabilities far greater than other parks and trees.
Air pollution is reduced by 250 over a 20 tile radius, which is more than a coal power plant. It costs §835 to plop, and §225 per month.
Unfortunately, because of the way pollution works in the game, traffic pollution isn't affected.
The air filter is not a cheat lot. While it can overcome air pollution (at a cost) it cannot overcome bad city planning.
1x1 park lot. MaxisNite and DarkNite night versions. DarkNite requires the Day and Nite Modd.
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