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  1. U.S. Skylines

    Yo Philly! It's Philly in SC4! They all look spectacular, but I'm super happy to see my hometown in SC4!
  2. Show Us What You're Working On

    Guys... to tell you the truth, I've barely worked on SimCity 4 at all. I really do love the game, and the city I've been working along is great so far. But right now, I have college to deal with, and I do have other things I work on in my spare time. I really wish I could have more time to work on my city, but I don't think it's very high on my priority list right now. I also realize it's been quite a while since I've been on Simtropolis, and since I last posted, my beloved Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl! When that happened, I lost all self control and ran around the neighborhood screaming with no shoes on. It was absolutely spectacular.
  3. Japan

    Nice work, as usual. Japan's a really beautiful country, isn't it. I'd love to go to the Far East. The only question: would you rather go to China or Japan?
  4. Canada

    Nice update. You covered a lot of the 2nd largest country in the world in one entry. That alone is pretty impressive. There's actually a running joke (that I didn't start, for the record) in my family that I'm Canadian, because I apologize too much and like hockey. I personally don't think I apologize too much. I do like hockey, although my favorite team is the Flyers, my local team. Either way, I'd like to go north of the border to Canada, especially Montreal. Speaking of Hockey, I notice the Bell Centre in Montreal, the NHL's largest. Where did you get that?
  5. Show Us What You're Working On

    I decided to give up on New Camden and try something different. Not that I didn't like New Camden (although I don't like anything I made), I just had a lot of problems with it. Most notably, glitches. Lots and lots of glitches. Including but not limited to: spaces I can't put anything on, taking forever to load, not saving, not doing anything when I hit save, and more. Anyway, I decided on something a bit more low-key. New Camden was more of an US East Coast city. No matter what I do, every city I build will be like my hometown of Philadelphia in some way. What I'm working on is smaller, but has some well-built up parts to it. I call it Maple City. Here's the densest part of downtown. On an unrelated note, does anyone have any tips for botanical gardens? I wanted to build one in this city.
  6. Toronto

    Nice! You know, I'm not that far from Toronto. It may seem further than it is because it's in Canada and I'm in the U.S, but it's reasonable to go up to Toronto for a long weekend. I must ask though, where did you get the First Canadian Place?
  7. Los Angeles

    Excellent as always. I like the variety of environments shown here, more than usual. But with a city like LA, you can expect that.
  8. Ask a forumer anything...

    No, unfortunately. I wanted to learn French because I like it, but one thing lead to another and I stopped. C'est la vie. What's your worst airport experience?
  9. Why should the person above you be banned? V2

    Banned because of whales.
  10. Rome (Pt. 2/2)

    You know what's great about this series? How you use buildings that aren't actually in the place and still make it look authentic. Like how the US Custom House from NYC is next to St. Peter's Basilica. It's not there in real life, but it's done so well that it looks authentic nonetheless.
  11. Guess Who's Next V2

    Yep. Philforhockey?
  12. Why should the person above you be banned? V2

    Banned because there's not as much activity here as there used to be.
  13. Rome (Pt. 1/2)

    Love it. I've never been outside the US, but I'd love to visit Rome, the Vatican in particular. And this is as good as they always are.
  14. Roman Empire (Pt. 3/3)

    That's a lot of Ottomans. And I like how the Hagia Sophia is still the Maxis landmark, but you've removed the minarets. I guess it makes it more historically accurate.