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    Manado, North Sulawesi, ID
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    City building games, food, travel, and music

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  1. Project X

    Inspiration for my city Wonderful city you have!
  2. Ashmayu Island

    WELCOME TO ASHMAYU ISLAND CITY I'm working on a new city map. It's dramatic yet very very workable as the topography of the land is flat on some areas. I am planning to make it a nice paradise! It's the map of Pacific Island 2 by Maculator (https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=425719281) ENJOY Aaron
  3. Fort Nieuw Amsterdam blocks

    Uhm. I'm pretty sure that isn't the game's blur at all but... No, it's in game effect. I zoomed in and then used first person view. The blur effect would be locked and it stayed blur regardless of the zoom length. Thank you! hahaha, it's not the best one lol, but thank you
  4. Fort Nieuw Amsterdam blocks

    @Tonraq Thank you for your kindness @Art128 Haha i know that i need to take it with a different angle but i i can't change the tilt shift once i was in FPM mode.
  5. Fort Nieuw Amsterdam blocks

  6. Fort Nieuw Amsterdam blocks

    hahaha i am a newbie, i don't know the rules yet
  7. Little Plaza

    Thank you i love taking tilt shift pictures
  8. I enjoy playing Cities Skylines.. The details are just amazing!

  9. Mogisrej From Above

    -=Mogisrej From Above=- This is my third city of Cities: Skylines... The Mogisrej Island is a hidden tropical paradise that was first settled by European adventurers. The first district is the Fort Nieuw Amsterdam ditrict, where the European themed buildings are located. As this is the first district, currently it's the biggest and the most dense district housing high density buildings and important government buildings as well as landmarks. As the city grows exponentially with the commercials and forestry industries, more people come and they settle more inward into the island, so that they can produce timbers more easily. They were the second wave of cims migration and settled at the area that's now called Beatrixweg with its forestry industry Klappercompagnie. These districts act as an suburban area, with its strong community feel where everyone goes to the same place and work at the same place. The third migration wave is the cims from surrounding islands. As the city of Mogisrej thriving, it attracts more and more people to work at the forestry industries. These new migrants settle up in the mountain area and they bring their housing style with them making it a non-European district. These people are uneducated and they work long hours at the forestry industries... -I will keep updating my city and hopefully it'll be a nice one Aaron
  10. Watoeventje city

    Hi Ben! Thanks for your feedback. I am sorry that i haven't been online foooor almost a year since May 2014. I just haven't played that much recently. Well, i have done more to the region to be posted here actually, but my laptop was stolen a couple of months ago :/ i lost everything. Well, i'm still saving up and will purchase a new laptop soon. But this time, i think i will play City: skylines. I'm really looking forward to be more active in the community here and to post more in near future. Have a nice day!
  11. Watoeventje city

    Welcome to Watoeventje __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The city is located at Niewtana'api (New fire-land) region served as a capital city of the region. Founded by the Sir Alexarius Bart Watoeventje in 1556 that made this fishing village to be a port to accommodate spices and minerals to be shipped to the metropole. Nowadays, the city has turned itself to a service based city specialising in tourism and gambling, which bring fortune to the city for about $10,000/hour. Education system is very good (4.5 star) but the tech level is still medium, as there is no university yet in the region. The healthcare system is good as it's free for local citizens but it's not advanced yet. As a gambling city however, this city has created many criminals. Most of the criminals are taken care at the facilities but there is no crime prevention service in the city. Main transportation systems are private cars, public buses (two main bus depots), a seaport and two train stations to transport people. There is congestion in rush hours and on Beatrix Weg (the entertainment centre of the city, which consists of three big casinos, malls, and other landmarks). There are two avenues that connect the city, the main avenues of Alexander and the boulevard of Pierre at the shoreline connecting industrial zone to the downtown area. There are 120,000 inhabitants in the city and the most appreciated segment is the minority of high-wealth citizen as they receive free blocks of luxurious condominiums, have zero percent income tax, and unlimited amount of luxurious sportscars. Most of them are highly qualified foreigners from Nortsflands. The medium-wealth citizen is the second class citizen and they make up the majority of the population, most of them are Christian and mixed race of oriental, aboriginal and caucasian. They are called local Vaturenese. They receive free governmental service but the ownership of private cars is limited and they suffer from the high price of apartment blocks and competition with the foreigners. The most unwanted population is the low-wealth citizen because they were construction workers and fishermen came from Bra'apatua Island and most of them are the aborigines, which suffer from racism, favouritism, and high cost of living. They used to live in Batukhotorua (now Central Park) in a very bad condition (slumps). Most of them are lowclass workers and criminals. As the city has become a rich, international and capital of Niewtana'api region, most of the buildings are in high density, the standard of living is high and the cost of living is even higher. It is connected with two train stations, two bus depots and a seaport. The city is divided into six districts, Pierre (high residential and commercial district located along the shoreline), Central Park (old name Batukhotorua, which means dirty stones), Koningenstaat (consists of old colonial buildings like City Hall, national library, national college and the Central Church), Beatrix Weg (casinos, malls and landmark strips), Chinatown (downtown for medium wealth, CBD area, city entrance and the train stations), and Walenguni'an (industrial, utilities and low-wealth area). VIDEO TOUR OF WATOEVENTJE http://youtu.be/qPVfW2NFfZw __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Clockwise from upper left: 1. City Hall (Watoeventje Raad) It was built in 1919 after the population demanded local's representatives to the colonial ruler. Nowadays, as a corrupted democratic society, there is at least one protest occurs every day. 2. Central Park and the Birdview of Watoeventje New high wealth business, casinos and residences were built 25 years after the city's independence in 1974, the slums were demolished and planted with trees after multiple floods that hit the region. 3. The Central Church (Gereja Sentrum) The Gereja Sentrum (old name, Oude Kerk) was built in 1697, 5 years after the first arrival of some missionaries. Later in 1850s it was reconstructed and stays till today. 4. Train Stations (Watoeventje Train Stations) The Watoeventje train station was finished in 1932 to transport spices, minerals and coconuts to the seaport later to be shipped to the metropole. As it is located at the old downtown of Watoeventje, the past Chinese immigrants were settled near the train stations to conduct business. They still live surrounding the area and have founded a large Chinese temple in 1941. 5. Skyline of Watoeventje (Pierre Boulevard) Founded as a fishing village in 1556, it has rapidly evolved to a tourism and gambling city in 2014. Completed in 1995, the new secondary avenue (Pierre Boulevard) has been helping to ease transport flow and beautify the shoreline as it was used as a fishing port and full of slumps and trashes. 6. Main Avenues (Alexander Avenues) The first avenue was built in early 1900s and it had brought 500 deaths. Named after the brutal dictator Alexander Pierre, this big avenue has become the icon of the city to remind hardship of the past citizens. _____________________________________________________end_________________________________________________________
  12. Asmara Island

    Asmara islands, a tropical island paradise. It's a heaven for everyone. Heaven for workers, heaven for billionaires, heaven for tourists, and heaven for the devils. Using Tropical Bohomi Map