Better time than ever to say thank you to all those that have replied to my updates over the passed few days. I'd like to reply, so here we go.
Benedict: Thanks for stopping by, yes, its quite immersive to think that these images have all been taken on a mobile phone.
DCMetro34: Your correct, it is conventional rail but it looks a lot like GLR to be honest. I will have a lot more on the transport in the next few updates, so stay tuned for that.
emperordaniel: Thanks for visiting both major updates so far! SimCity 2000 was where I first played simcity, its very similar to it, and I think that might be some of the allure of playing this game. Nothing beats 2000
hahei: Thanks for visiting, hope this gives you some inspiration for your own cities. And feel free to post some images in the comments section of your own cities!
And now onto the rest of the update:
As we have all come to know, photoshop editing SC4 images has become a favorite pastime of many people here. And so I bring you a few photoshopped images of Sim City for iPad.
This is just a filler update, something to pass the time until my next major update, but I think the outcome isn't too bad. I may look at doing this a bit more if it is successful.
Also, if you have played this game, I would be very interested to see your attempts at making a city. So please, post images in the comments section of your cities, it will be very interesting to see what people have come up with
A view of the railway line running through the residential district. Notice some of the SimCity 4 architecture...
Closer view of the railway line. Running through the arts district now.
My largest mosaic yet, this shows from the ocean to the other side of the map.
Thank you for sticking around, hope you enjoyed these images. I will be back in a couple of days for an update on the transport system. Until then, hope your all well, and share some images if you have this game too