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First at all,-I´m not new to sc4,I have played it since 2004,but I hav´nt played for some years.
I have played allmost all the new City builders,but SimCity 4 is the only real "build a city" game for me :),-because(and many other reasons) so far I hav´nt reached more than 650.000 population,in a single city,and that was with the latest NAM installed.
I have SimCity 4,-the very first and original on a disc,-but unfortunately I can´t play it on modern computers,so digital SC4 Deluxe it is.
No problem in that,-other than ALL the problems you all know about,-It´s simply unplayable without Mods.
And mods is what this thread is about.If I had the knowlegde to customize a Hospital,or any other buildings for my use, by using the Lot Editor and iLive Reader I wouldn´t make this post,but I simply can´t figure out how to use these great tools.(58 yeays old,and never had an I pad,-or what ever the name are....;))
So here is my little pray for you Modders.
I would really like a Hospital and an Elementary School with a capacity of 9-10.000,and with 3 times the cost for both the ambulance and daily running.
Nothing ells must be changed.Just a lot that act as 3 Hospitals or Schools
I know there´s a load of those costum Civic both here and Devotion,but I hav´nt found anything that fit my "style".
Can YOU do this for me?please?
LBT Plaza Tapatía is an elementary school for your sims, it is based on a mexican-colonial style building located in Guadalajara, Jal. Mexico.
For the stats of this BAT, please read the README FILE.
Special thanks to HEBLEM for modd, lotting and testing this BAT !! also to BERETHOR for helping me test it in game.
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