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

      For those who opted for physical discs -- if you donated between April - June and you received the WRONG discs or NO discs in the mail, please email stexcd@simtropolis.com and include your donation info such as Paypal transaction ID and we will get this rectified!


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Iron works, textile mills, bakers, meat processing and brewers line the rivers. Coal particulate matter settles on top the river, waste is dumped into the river, steamers plying the river throw hot coals into the river. Yet more is to come...the environmental abuse will get worse. As this is only the early 19th century. The late 19th century has yet to arrive.

The late 19th century will bring more to this river more waste as the population booms, more coal matter in the river as steel production flourishes, and a new hazard of oil by-products will enter this river turning it into a toxic mixture with explosive potential. The railway will bring more land into development and plummet agriculture prices bringing about a population boom.

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Regional pop approx. 300,000. So, for a historical perspective lets assume railways didn't exist until post 1830


New York City 1830 pop: 242,278

London 1830 pop: 1,600,000 huge for a city of that time.

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Maybe I do I didn't check that. But I installed regular nam without specifying the traffic routes I wanted ultra of course. So I don't no what the generic nam traffic routes gives you I guess just standard, so I'm hoping to avoid briefcase icons.

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Lot of work in this city. I like specially the industrial areas.


I'd like to advice you to turn of the grid, the menu and the automata when taking screenshots. It will make your images look even better ;-)

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Okay Sunwoo kamsahamnida (thank you). I will try that next time. Gelajeman, jeegum hanguek a lo gongbu chincha mani issayo. Janun yakunja hangguek salam. yasat nyan jae yaja chingu. janun Canada salam. (Translation: however I'm studying lots of Korean now. My fiancée is Korea person. My girlfriend for 6 years. I'm a Canada person.)

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