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As everyone knows, there are TWO God's Mod. One before founding a city and another after. Sometimes you start a city and realize that you forgot to plant an enormous amount of trees. On the first God's Mod, trees are free, on the other one they will cost you a packet. Many other examples come to mind, with the terrain leveler, for instance.
Here is a solution : once in the founded city, choose Ctrl+Alt+Shift and click on the God's Mod. And presto, you got the first God's Mod !
How many people knew this trick ? Hoping I'm not deluding myself.
By Ln X
It's about time there was some utility love in this forum. If you have a power facility, water facility or garbage facility then this is the topic to post it in!
I shall start with a small recycling centre in the middle of some rural suburbs.
Another one would be the hydroelectric dam I created in Faverdale.
Avenue Roundabout Fillers
This package contains four avenue roundabout fillers for use in the middle of avenue roundabouts. Six lots are available to choose from.
Note that you must plop the avenue roundabout first, demolish the middle four tiles then build the roundabout filler in the middle of the roundabout.
Stinking and humid, this pedestrian underpass should have been closed down a long time ago, as this place is mostly just used as a hangout for hoodlums, criminals and bums.
This fountain has huge oversized gold and silver coins at the bottom of the fountain. The fountain walls and bottom are all covered in beautiful mosaic patterns.
These are just your average roundabout pieces, nothing special about them, and can be used anywhere and everywhere from downtown areas to suburbs. There are 2 different versions. One with just a curb, grass and signs, and one with rails added.
Name: Avenue Roundabout Filler - Trashy Pedestrian Underpass Menu Location: Misc. Transport Lot Size: 2x2, overhanging building Custom Menu Icon: Yes Plop Cost: $128 Monthly Cost: $3 Bulldoze Cost: $100
Name: Avenue Roundabout Filler - Fountain Menu Location: Misc. Transport Lot Size: 2x2, overhanging building Custom Menu Icon: Yes Plop Cost: $144 Monthly Cost: $15 Bulldoze Cost: $100
Name: Avenue Roundabout Filler - Generic No Rails Menu Location: Misc. Transport Lot Size: 2x2, overhanging building Custom Menu Icon: Yes Plop Cost: $144
The Willis Tower, built as and still commonly referred to as Sears Tower, is a 108-story, 1,451-foot (442 m) skyscraper in Chicago, Illinois, United States. At completion in 1973, it surpassed the World Trade Center towers in New York to become the tallest building in the world, a title it held for nearly 25 years. The Willis Tower is the second-tallest building in the United States and the 14th-tallest in the world.
The version I chose to re-lot, not well-scaled and lacking night-lighting, but the texture and color was right for re-lotting.
A better scaled version with Maxis night-lighting:
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