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Hello all , after a couple of days on his mods, I finally add possable way on the water, a big thank you to my Team




How to install?

1. Make sure you have downloaded and Installed Project Akar :

2. Download the mod.
3. Right click the rar file > Extract
4. Copy and paste the package file into your SimCityData folder.
5. All roads place under “WaterWays” Submenu.


What's New 2.0


  • 23-08-2014
  • Frist Version Initial Release

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