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About Jolteon

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    Foot Soldier
  • Birthday December 25

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    Hateno Village, West Necluda, Hyrule
  • City-building game(s)
    SimCity 4
    Cities: Skylines

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  1. I've played it. While it is a good game, I've found that it, like many other space games, is a fairly shallow experience. I'd definitely be up for a multiplayer game sometime though. I only have the base game.
  2. My only complaint is that you might have overdone the filters a bit, especially on the daytime shots. Other than that, I like what I'm seeing.
  3. http://sc4devotion.com/forums/index.php?page=16 Found it by scrolling down a bit.
  4. That setting disables all advisor popups.
  5. I don't think that mod is very useful anyway; You can disable the advisor popups in the game settings. But if you'd rather use the mod, here you go:
  6. I tend to build futuristic or semi-futuristic cities ranging from vast pincushions to smaller, more rural towns and various poorer settlements. Lately I've also been building significantly less dense cities. I've been told my cities tend to have a south-east Asian look to them, though that is for the most part unintentional, the only real exception being my choice of SAM style and various Japanese BATs I sometimes use. I do try not to restrict myself to one particular building style, but instead try to depict a future in which various cultures (and as a result, various building styles) have mixed to form what can probably be described as an absolute mess.
  7. From the album Jolteon's Picture Dump

    Compressed image. High quality version (20.1 MB)
  8. That building is from the original SimGoober canal set, while the rest are from Callagrafx's version of it. The water is part of the model, and can't be edited easily.
  9. I used to do the same, until I decided to just get rid of my desktop icons completely.
  10. Yeah, that is a feature I'd miss too. Maybe we could ask the Discord devs to add Simtropolis integration?
  11. It has most of the same features as our current chat (and even some we don't currently have), but not the direct link to someone's profile. I might be completely misunderstanding you right now, but: You can use the browser app just fine without registration, it's only required if you want to download and use the completely optional desktop app.
  12. Registration is only really required if you want to use the desktop application though.
  13. Yeah, I feel that would be the best option (or one of them, at least). I could even volunteer to run it, if Dirk would rather invest his time elsewhere, I do have a lot of experience with Discord after all. Of course, this is all his (and probably the admins') choice.
  14. I still recommend Discord. You can have up to like a billion channels, so we could have a channel for everything, and there's even voice chat for those who are interested in that.