"We build this city, we built the city on rock 'n' roll"
Welcome to the year 2050. You, the viewer of this Mayor Diary, are now inside a small spacecraft. You are going to Hope-1, the first extraterrestrial city made by the Sims. Here is Hope-1 from high.
Let's get closer. Remember how small and out-of-interest was in the last update? Well, let's say that the robotic building machines made their miracle
Prepare for landing. This is the spaceport of Hope-1, small but effective.
Let's take an electric taxi and explore the colony. Here is the older part of the colony, with plenty of block of flats and shops. You will also notice some small industries.
No matter how rich or poor you are, you are always welcomed to Hope-1. Here are some homes, small and bigger.
And here you can see the park, an open area for the colonists to meet and talk. You will also notice the police and the fire stations, as well as the P.Q.C (Primary Quantum Computer).
And here are some shops and offices.
It looks a bit empty and quiet, but always that sometimes what you see is not what you get.
Let's take this road. We are now passing the farmer market and the water cleaning device.
East from the central Hope-1, we'll see the Martian farms. Colonists need food, plenty of food, but you don't need to take over the whole planet for some food. Just dig underground
Some domed, underground farms.
Some Sims like to live here.
If you think that apartment buildings next to farms is not realistic, go to 2010 and explore some Greek villages. Besides, you are on Mars
Let's go south, to see a small industrial district.
And at last, the garbage management system of Hope-1.
From the next updates, we'll learn more about Hope-1. This is just a small idea of living on Mars. More are coming soon, so stay tuned
(Who knows? You may prefer to live on Mars than on Earth )