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G'Day Simtropians,

 

Today I am presenting a map requested by Emanuel, thanks mate. It is of Monterrey, capital of the Mexican state of Nuevo León.

 

See me up CLOSE and personal.

 

This is a real world map and was produced with dem and satellite data. It is terrain and scale accurate and measures 57.344km x 65.536km. It's in .SC4M format and 16bits and requires one has either Wouanagaine;s mapper or terraformer installed to inport it.

 

Links and instructions are included in the readme. (always free)

 

I think that's all.

 

Cheers




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