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Cape Coronado | Developing Communities

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The development of communities in the Cape Coronado Suburbs is underway...

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Every house lot you see in each and every one of these pictures was compiled in Lot Editor.

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As you can guess, this took a lot of work. Especially since most props are HD. So on that note I hope you enjoyed this small update!



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It's called the Pyraen Terrain Mod. It's made of all HD textures, and I'm looking for it, for you right now. :-)

~EDIT~

Here you go, be sure to download all files, and in numerical order, otherwise you wont be able to open the game:
1.[url="http://www.toutsimcities.com/downloads.php?download=1637"]http://www.toutsimcities.com/downloads.php?download=1637[/url]
2.[url="http://www.toutsimcities.com/downloads.php?download=1639"]http://www.toutsimcities.com/downloads.php?download=1639[/url]
3.[url="http://www.toutsimcities.com/downloads.php?download=1640"]http://www.toutsimcities.com/downloads.php?download=1640[/url]
4.[url="http://www.toutsimcities.com/downloads.php?download=1641"]http://www.toutsimcities.com/downloads.php?download=1641[/url]

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You've done an amazing job with the LE!The street in front of the houses looks great.Yes that hard work paid off well . :yes: :ohyes:

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This is easily one of my favorite city journals. The HD stuff looks amazing, and I know how even a small area can take forever to put together. It's beautiful!

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Regarding that lotting, heres a neat fact: each house backyard is about 1 and 1/5 tiles, squared. The houses and their backwards are slightly offset, and most lots have a slightly different size to increase realism. Because in real life, fences are not always [i]exactly [/i]where they should be. On top of that, the houses overhang onto the street like in most of the wealthy Canadian suburbs.

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