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      Got the wrong discs? Or didn't receive them in the mail?   06/20/2018

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Somewhere in near Tokyo, Japan, resides a small yet bustling city; Ido.


Though most of its residents work near Tokyo, more businesses are steadily alluring its own residents.


In the outskirts of Ido resides the poorer residents, most of them work in either local shops or farms.


Only a few people can afford in these houses as these cost around ten million yen. Despite this pricing, the area's education is ranked the lowest in the prefecture. Therefore, only old citizens live here.


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[color=#ff0099][b]Stunning as always![/b][/color]

[color=#ff0099][b]It looks as though the area was spared by the tsunami.[/b][/color]

[color=#ff0099][b]Love the mixtures of architectures and that waterfront is beautiful.[/b][/color]

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[b]Fox;[/b] I guess it does. :P Thanks for the comment!

[b]SimCoug:[/b] Thank you!

[b]Schulmantor:[/b] Thanks man!

[b]10^13:[/b] It was intended to be a small city, there is not enough content to make a decent urban landscape like Tokyo. (Maybe there is, but I'm too lazy. :P ) Thanks for the comment though!

[b]Jacob Guajardo:[/b] Thanks!

[b]ggamgus:[/b] Thank you!

[b]Hazani Pratama:[/b] Thanks man!

[b]dabadon5:[/b] Thanks man!

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[b]Topgun232:[/b] Who knows? Maybe there are less intelligent people than the typical one we all know and love. :P Thanks for the comment though.

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excuse me, where can find the small buildings on the third pic (behind the cross shaped building) and the Japanese houses as well? thank you.

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[quote name='crisul10' timestamp='1345045696']
excuse me, where can find the small buildings on the third pic (behind the cross shaped building) and the Japanese houses as well? thank you.
You can find these on "simcity force" its a japanese simcity website though its not easy to navigate (its all in Japanese) lol. Somewhere I have a link to their BAT section but not on me now... But if you check the simtropolis forums there are some links for japanese bat hunting... Or search forums with
'Japanese Bat Hunting' it should take you to relevent sections Look for anything to do with 'BBS' thats their file shareing section :-)

The houses are quite cool some replace the Maxis ones meaning you can really build a realistic asian city. Unfortunantly for me I recently built a new PC and it dosn't seam to replace the maxis buildings there not sure why :-(

Good Luck

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Link for jp Bats

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