About This File
We continue our Channel Stream Kit series with this latest add-on subtitled... Go With the Flow. This is a collection of 3 specialty waterfalls to add more variety & glitz to your channel systems while offering more options to allow them to flow down your city's terrain.
The Standard Spillway is very similar to the Stream Kit's original non-texture based waterfall and plops just like the CSK Lock & Waterfall lots. The Spillway is 3 tiles long and self adjusts to any height of slope within its range. As it is not texture-based, it will not stretch to cover extremely high slopes... but it does have a fairly adequate height range of approx. 32 meters.
The Ocean Spillway is a variation of the standard Spillway that can be used to run your channels into game water oceans or rivers. It is only 2 tiles long and plops just like the CSK Ocean Lock lot.
The Garden Waterfall is a unique variation designed to add a bit of eye-catching class to your cities. It has a particularly stunning effect when used where your canals descend into recreational & even commercial areas. Accordingly, it has an increased park & landmark effect equivalent to that of a large park & plaza. It is also night-lighted so your Sims can continue to enjoy it after the sun sets.
Unless your barge captains are adrenalin junkies, we would have to classify these waterfalls as non-navigatable. The spillway falls have warning signs and safety chains to stop channel traffic... and the garden falls could easily be classified as a Class 5 Whitewater adventure.
All 3 lots include a custom waterfall sound effect. They will appear in the Water Transportation Menu along with the other CSK lots. They also have plopping instructions included in the menu descriptions
** This Add-On requires the PEG CSK
**This file currently contains an .exe installer suitable for windows users. These files are in the process of being updated with zip files and this message will be removed once the update is complete.
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