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Hi community of Simtropolis!

This is my first topic! Sorry for my bad english, but like the title says i'm in searching for active players! What i mean for active players is that he can play at least once at week for 2-4 hours!

I have more than 700 Hours in that game, but if you respect some rules all of you can join! I hope there are someone that still playing this game, but i feel i'm the last one who playing "serious".

Nickname Origin: Superivan94

Add me and if i didn't invite you send me a pm!

Info:

Server: Europa Occidental 1 / Western Europe 1 ( dunno how in the luncher is written )

Region name: OverSpringTropolis

Map: Granite Lake

Available slots: 9/10

Theme: There are no particular theme but i will like to see some style set like British Style Set, German etc...

Ban: All building are ok!

Rules:

  • Try to comunicate in chat, if you have also a simple problem with fires try to ask some extra firefighters trucks :)
  • Try to resolve all your problems with your city before ask a new territory
  • You must ask to me first to claim a new territory
  • Max 2 territory for 1 player with one city 10 years old
  • Try to learn from who have more experience don' t give up if yours city is full of problems. Try to visit other cities, become inspired from them, build your city again from scratch; for sure one of us will give you some money to do so!
  • Remember that high number of citizen does mean anything! try to build a functionat city and wonderfull to see for us! I want to take some photos to share in some social at the end :D
  • Please respect this rules and others, thak you so much

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