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  1. I am so sorry that I haven't been posting recently. My last update was in March, right before April, the start of my College years. Since then, it has been much harder to find a proper balance between school and SimCity 4. But anyway, I have been working on a little something, and I think it would be good to show you. But before that, I must reply to the comments: REPLIES: Tonraq: Thank you for telling me that. It really is great advice for one who is going into new environment with all sorts of new things. jmsepe: Thank you for commenting. Ultimate727: I know! It seems like they're coming like, every day now! tankmank: Thank you for your comment and for your sympathy for the people of Tagawa. kschmidt: Thank you for your comment. Kim Sunwoo: I know, right? It really will look cool! I hope that you are entertained by this Teaser, as well. Sexysark: Thank you for commenting here. Mymyjp: Thank you, Mymyjp! Thank you for cheering me on! TEASER: 1. The next update's downtown area, along with train station. The small city's name will be revealed in the next update! Hopefully, I'll be able to get the next update down soon and be able to deliver a proper update. Thank you for viewing and Sayonara! Comment, and feel free to ask about where I got the mods from! I would also appreciate negative criticism. If there is something you don't like, or something you think that I am doing wrong, please tell.
  2. Southeast Asia

    Our journey to Southeast Asia begins with a trip through the scenic, mountainous landscape of northern Vietnam. For thousands of years, terraces have turned these hillsides into effective farmland - with rice being the staple crop for many. For as far as the eye can see, these terraces stretch on into the distance - a never ending showcase of simple, rural beauty. Our next stop is the mysterious Chocolate Hills of Bohol Island in The Philippines. Some 1,776 brownish-red hills dot the landscape for miles around, and a variety of wild myths try to explain their existence. Some legends state that the hills are the leftovers of massive pebbles thrown by giants many eons ago. Others believe that the hills have a cosmic connection, with each hill representing various stars and planets. No matter what the explanation, they still leave us in awe. The crater lakes of Kelimutu in Indonesia are one of the more remarkable destinations on our journey - the lakes are just as stunning as they are mesmerizing. The mineral rich water that fills each of these lakes changes color many times throughout the year, so each trip is truly a unique experience. Despite the ominous steam that emanates from the lakes, the volcano has actually been dormant for quite some time. Our next stop is the largest Buddhist monument in the world - Indonesia's Borobudur. Rain or shine, it's a truly impressive structure - we're amazed by the sheer quantity of artifacts on display. With over 2,500 relief panels and 500 Buddha statues lining the exterior, we've never seen anything like it before. Reaching the top brings incredible views of the surrounding landscape - but more importantly it signifies the end of a pilgrimage for Buddhists. As we start to head back north, a can't miss destination is Thailand's Phang Nga Bay, tucked away on the west coast of the country. With over 40 limestone islands jutting hundreds of feet into the air, it truly takes your breath away. We grab a boat and find a secluded beach on one of the islands - no better way to spend the day! As our journey begins to wind down, we make sure to visit one of the iconic landmarks of Southeast Asia - Cambodia's Angkor Wat. The world's largest religious monument never fails to disappoint - you could spend years exploring this vast complex. While the views from the outside are truly impressive, the interior is a different story. To our dismay, we find out that much of the complex has been looted in recent years, with bas-reliefs and relics fetching high prices on the black market. It'll take a little exploring around to find the rooms left in pristine condition - but it's certainly worth it. Our final stop is none other than one of the most impressive archeological sites in the world, Myanmar's Bagan. Over 10,000 pagodas were built on this vast desert plain nearly a thousand years ago - with a little over 2,200 remaining today. Despite constant earthquake damage (the ruins are built directly on top of a fault line) - the locals continue to rebuild these treasured ruins time and time again. No trip to Bagan is complete without a hot air balloon ride - despite the steep price, the incredible views for miles around make it a once in a lifetime experience. Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver --- Replies for "Moscow"
  3. Vladivostock.sc3

    Version 1.0.0


    The Russian city of Vladivostock in SimCity 3000. Situated on the far eastern tip of Russia, this city is highly dependent on its industrial harbour and railway. The population consists primarily of a large working class living in concrete-paneled apartment buildings from the Soviet era. Population: 345.672 Created by SimCityHawk
  4. South Asia

    Our journey to South Asia begins with a trip to the countryside - and the timeless rural beauty of the many tea plantations that dot the Sri Lankan countryside. The ones near Kandy are perhaps the most well-known - they've been making the famed Ceylon Tea ever since the British first colonized this area back in the 1800s. As the hillsides climb higher and higher, the strength of the tea leaves increases accordingly - making this one of the strongest teas in all of South Asia. No trip is complete without having a cup first - so make sure you make a stop over at the Ceylon Tea Museum first. The Indian Ocean is one of the most beautiful places on the planet - and it doesn't get much better than the thatched roof resorts of the Maldives. This island country south of India is world-renowned for its sunny weather, pristine beaches, and stunning resorts - from the diving, snorkeling, and windsurfing, there's always something exciting to try out. We now move into India, and our first destination is the famous Ganges River in Varanasi. This is the most sacred river to the Hindus, who make up 80% of India's population - and by cleansing in it, they wash away their sins. All sorts of religious ceremonies and festivals are held here - and for any Hindu, it's a lifelong ambition to make it here at least once. Sadly though, modern times have been tough on the river - pollution levels have reached staggering heights, and it's now one of the most polluted waterways in the world. An ambitious cleanup project is planned in the upcoming years - but little progress has been made thus far. We move north to the capital of New Delhi - where you'll find some of the most stunning buildings in all of India. Our next stop is one of the most unique structures in all of India - the Lotus Temple. This flower shaped Baha'i House of Worship has become quite a famous attraction - with over 70 million tourists visiting since it was first opened back in 1986. Under Baha'i law, all religions and faiths are welcome here - making it a popular social event place in the city. Wanting a centerpiece for his new capital, Indian king Shah Jahan had the particularly impressive Red Fort built in Delhi from 1639 - 1648, which contains a massive complex surrounded by towering red walls. This grand fort holds pavilions, offices, workshops, mansions, expansive gardens, and just about anything else a king could ever need - no wonder he inscribed the words "If there is a paradise on Earth, this is it" inside. (full size link here) Our last stop is the most iconic landmark in all of India - none other than the world famous Taj Mahal. Wanting a grand tomb for his wife, Indian emperor Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in Agra from 1631 - 1648 and covered it with gleaming white marble - and to this day it remains one of the most marvelous buildings on the face of the planet. Starting in 2004, tourists have been able to view it at night - making for one of the most magical experiences imaginable. Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver --- Replies for "South Asia (Preview)" @TekindusT Thanks for the kind words! @_Michael Glad you enjoyed it - thanks! @Jeffrey500 Thank you! There may be another preview coming.. so keep your eyes peeled @kelistmac Thank you @mike_oxlong Thanks for the comment! @tariely Thanks for the kind words Yeah, I paid very close attention to that on the plantation pic, glad you liked it @Akallan Thanks for the nice comment! @raynev1 Thank you, glad you liked it! @kschmidt Thanks for the comment! And good catch too, they certainly do seem to share some similarities! @Golhbul Thank you! Usually when I'm doing exotic updates like this one and others, there just won't be enough existing BATs to make it work - so sometimes I'll have to find some custom models to import into the game with 3dsmax (3d warehouse and cadnav.com are good places to start). More recently, I have been BATing various models w/ 3dsmax - I intend to do this for a number of future updates as well and I hope that I'll be able to get them to a stage where I can release some of them in some sort of pack. As for the Red Fort scene, I sorta combined both methods that I listed above - I started off with some basic models from 3d warehouse, made a number of modifications to them, and I then I made all of the various road pieces and whatnot from scratch with BAT. And finally, big thanks to @Fantozzi, @RandyE, @_Michael, @Pluispixel, @MushyMushy, @v701, @Jeffrey500, @mrsmartman, @CT14, @Yarahi, @kelistmac, @Artimus, @mike_oxlong, @Manuel-ito, @tariely, @Akallan, @raynev1, @Jolteon, @kschmidt, @nos.17, @scotttbarry, @Ducio, @bobolee, @Elenphor, & @svenson for all the likes!
  5. South Asia (Preview)

    South Asia (Preview) For our next destination, we're traveling to an area very rarely seen in SC4... India and South Asia. As you might imagine, it has been quite the hassle finding suitable buildings - but after many, many hours of scavenging around - and even doing some BATing in addition to bringing in some custom models I found... I've been able to track down *just* enough to make it work. The full update is nearing completion, but in the meantime - here's a couple of previews to enjoy One of the most impressive structures in the world... Delhi's Red Fort. (full size link here) One of the many beautiful tea plantations that dot the rolling hillsides of rural Sri Lanka. Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver --- Replies for "Český Krumlov" @mike_oxlong Thanks, glad you enjoyed it! @tariely Thanks! And great work on your CJ as well lately. I've been quite impressed! @raynev1 Thanks for the nice words! @kingofsimcity Thank you Yeah, I've been doing a number of smaller rural/nature type scenes recently for a nice change up, hopefully I'll be able to show some of those off here soon when I find some time. I've been looking for a good place to use that neat little MGB bridge too, happy to finally put it to good use. @_Michael Thanks Throughout the making of this CJ, I think I might have turned into a bit of a Google Earth addict I wish it didn't take so long finding all those close SC4 replacements though, probably the most annoying part of any update @TekindusT Appreciate the comment! I was really trying to capture the "feeling" of the village, it was probably the main thing on my mind while I was working on the update and I think I did a pretty nice job with it @Golhbul Thanks for the comment, glad you enjoyed it! @Akallan Thank you! For scenes like this, small details like those were vital to really bring out the charm and character of the town. @feyss Thanks for the comment! Took a little longer than I expected on this update, though. (RL can be a hassle..) @Simmer2 Thank you! @beenthabeast I've been told that a couple times - I've actually had a couple maps in the back of my mind while working on a few pics Appreciate the comment @Mańkowsky Thank you! And thanks for the shoutout on SCPolska, too @JP Schriefer Thank you! Its really awesome to hear that about my pics as well. That's one of the coolest comments I've gotten so far! And finally, big thanks to @MushyMushy, @kingofsimcity, @mike_oxlong, @nos.17, @matias93, @tariely, @RandyE, @Manuel-ito, @scotttbarry, @CT14, @gigius76, @Jolteon, @Fantozzi, @Pluispixel, @_Michael, @mattb325, @kim026, @Yarahi, @f3cs, @Akallan, @kschmidt, @baltazar23, @GoKingsGo, @Dazzyls, @Ducio, @bobolee, @Marushine, @Odainsaker, @Lazarou Monkey Terror, @feyss, @mrsmartman, @v701, @Simmer2, @Jeffrey500, @Silur, @Don_Pato, @Oerk, @Tyberius06, @Mańkowsky, @Themistokles, @Elenphor, @AlexSLM520, @Dgmc2013, & @JP Schriefer for all the likes!
  6. Asoura - A Japanese village on the sea

    REPLIES : Koriyama I sincerely appreciated your reactions and comments about my last entry. I wanted to thank you all before the replies. @MissVanleider Thank you, I am happy to see that you liked my work ! @MushyMushy I have also spent a lot of time on G.Earth to have this result. It is nice to see it was efficient, thank you ! @raynev1 Haha it is strange ! Living in France I have no problem. This was a song named Yoru no Odoriko, made by the Japanese band Sakanaction (one of my favorites, you should try to listen what they do) @kschmidt Yeah, I noticed that Japanese cities have a very large variety of buildings. They are absoutely not uniform. That is what I tried to recreate. Anyway, thank you ! @feyss "Banality" is maybe not the appropriated word. I just wanted to underline the fact that this city looks like any other one in Japan. I appreciated your remark, thanks ! @_Michael That was one of my goals, capturing the atmosphere. Thank you ! @jmsepe Like I told you in private, this beautiful tower has been created by APTX. Here is the link if anyone else is interested. @korver Thank you very much korver ! @Takingyouthere Yeah I saw that all the main Japanese CJs that I followed a few years ago had closed. That is a pity. I hope to see them opening again soon ! @Ln X Thank you for your comment, it is very nice ! ASOURA - A Japanese village on the sea My holidays end very soon, and then, I will have to pass my exams. I will be quite busy. That is why I decided to post this entry now, only a week after my last one. Asoura is a Japanese village located in the fictional prefecture of Koriyama. Compared to the biggest city of the region, just a few people live here, quietly. It is rare to see strangers aventuring in the area. There is nothing to see, except maybe the authenticity of the Japanese rurality. The inhabitants of this village are mainly fishermen. Indeed, Asoura is located between the Pacific Ocean and a bay which has the same name. To protect the city against the dangers of the sea, a big wall has been built along the beach. In 1994, a famous Japanese photographer flew above the city and took these photos. Asourans discovered for the first time the shape of their village. Today, they are exposed in the city hall. Click and listen ! (Shiki no Uta - Nujabes & Minmi) I hope that you enjoyed this entry ~ Do not hesitate to like and/or to comment !
  7. Koriyama

    All the charm of Koriyama stems from its banality. I would like to take you on a little journey through authentic Japan ~ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2I25AFSBm2g Click and listen ! Welcome to the capital city of the fictional prefecture of Koriyama. About 300 000 people live here, 200 km away from Tokyo. I hope you enjoyed this entry ~ Do not hesitate to like and/or to comment !
  8. SparkleCity Video Journal

    Welcome to a brand new path SparkleCity is going to take, as we construct the region from scratch on YouTube, it's time for @Haljackey to have a little competition. (Note: I only mean that light-heartedly... I do not want actual trouble over amplifying the scale of the Oak Ridges project, seen all 100 episodes, and the major cities will be modeled after that.) Enjoy the viewing experience... and congrats to @CorinaMarie for achieving moderator! Also, the thumbnail is from the Metro Hamilton City journal by @mp01vic do go check that out...
  9. Ancient Far East Village 3

    From the album Ancient Civilizations (S3-14-M)

    An ancient Asia east village.
  10. Tayuki city centre

    From the album Weekly Challenge #20 - Transport Hubs

    We can see an image of Tayuki centre, a heavily urbanized town situated in Kauyenzang suburbs. It used to be a little farmers village, although now, skyscrapers are emerging everywhere. But still, its little central station, which is not big enough for modern times, brings travellers back to the past. I'm sorry for possible gramatical mistakes. Please, help me to improve it

    © RaffAlbert 2015

  11. There has not been an update in about a month. I unfortunately have not had much time, as April is coming up very, very soon, which means the start of my college years, so updates will probably be even more sporadic... --REPLIES-- pinkindustry: Thank you! You may not consider yours Japanese, but real Japanese cities actually look quite similar to yours. But anyway, great job on your cities too! Mymyjp: Thank you for your comment! Tonraq: Yeah, you're right. It's not good to worry. あなたの日本語が良いです!頑張れよ! nas786: Ha ha, quite funny! You have a good sense of humor! And also, thanks for your comment! Paulobergonci: Don't worry, you'll be able to visit Japan one day. jmsepe: Thanks for your comment! NMUSpidey: Thank you for your comment! Tonraq: That's what Kisa Atsuko (on SC4Devotion and here on Simtropolis) said as well. I'll work on it. Kim Sunwoo: Thank you for your comment. 89James89: Cheers, and thank you for your comment! tankmank: Don't worry, it'll come in the next or the one after next update. Ln X: Thank you for your comment. --REPLIES-- Now, on to the update for today! It is going to have a ton of pictures, to make up for my inactivity lately. This right here is a high-up view of the city of Tagawa (田川市、ローマ字:Tagawa-shi, which I think translates to, "Rice Field River City" in English?), a fictional city located in the fictional Tagawa prefecture (田川県、ローマ字:Tagawa-ken). This city was made for the monthly challenge, but however, I did not have enough time to complete the city, as it was only half-way done. So when I got back on a couple of months after the fact, (March) I filled in the remaining space on the 1.8 kilometers of low-level flat-space in the Southern part of the city. However, the Northern and far-eastern parts of the city have yet to be finished, so we may just have updates on those too . Here is the region-view picture now: 1. Here is the first area I will show you. However, the photo right here was taken a few years ago (not real years, as I said above that this was started in January) before the major Tagawa flood, caused from an earthquake in the ocean in the Tohoku region. 2. Another moment from before the disastorous flood came. You can see the rice paddies and the small farm houses off to the side, completely unaware of what is about to happen. 3. Even the citizens of southern western Tagawa who are up on a raised plain are not completely safe from the disaster that is about to happen. 4. Something terrible is about to happen, especially on this low level floodplain, which is closest to the wrath of the water. 5. The disaster that is about to happen is especially bad news for the industry and the powerplant, which powers up the whole Tagawa City area, of many people, who most are on 1.8 square kilometers on the raised plain. 6. The flood has reached land fall! The power lines which lead out inland have been completely submerged, cutting off power to those up north. 7. The flooding has reached the houses. The sirens in the city are blaring. People are fleeing from the home of theirs, and the power plant workers have been evacuated. 8. MIN'NA!!! THE WATER HAS REACHED THE POWER PLANT AND MANY OF THE INDUSTRIAL AREA! FLEE TO HIGHER GROUND AS SOON AS YOU CAN! 9. While the power plant workers survived and the people near it survived, isolated small villages like this got left behind along with the people in them... 10. This small village, which was closest to the river and on the lowest elevation got the worst of it. 11. The water eventually began to take over the whole village. The water begins to seep in toward the dense urban area up on higher land. 12. The water come onto the elevated land, destroying everyone that is in its path. 13.Tagawa Police Officer Tomioka on the horn: "Citizens of Tagawa City, Minami ku (Southern ward), please remain calm and evacuate to the northern parts of the city in which the elevation is higher! Evacuate now to the safe places, Denshi ku and Kita ku up in the north!" 14. Tagawa News: Tagawa News Reporting! Today, on March,11, A huge tsunami has come to the Tohoku region flooding many coastal towns, such as Ishinomaki, Onagawa, Motoyoshi, Kesennuma, Rikuzentakata, etc. The one that we are covering today is the Tagawa tsunami, in Tagawa prefecture. As you can see, Minami ku is flooded, with the water rising at around 4.5 meters high, up here. Below on the floodplain, water levels reached almost 56 meters high. 15. Tagawa News: Despite all of this catastrophe, a man named Tomioka Kazuhito was a hero on this day, giving warning to those farther from the tsunami. He saved many lives on this day. 16. Tagawa News: The waters seem to be receding back in. Debris and other trash is getting pulled back in. 17. Tagawa News: Now some areas of the flood plain have become dry. The water is receeding quickly, taking all the debris it can with it. 18. Tagwa News: The waters have receeded to their normal level. Out of the 66,284 people in the city, there were 4,692 casualties, 2,314 people gone misssing, and 7,456 people injured. Due to water getting inside of the Tagawa powerplant, Tagawa has completely lost power. 19. ...So, 4 years after the tsunami of 3/11, Tagawa has rebuilt some of what has been lost. Slowly but surely Tagawa and other towns like it have been rebuilding what they have lost. Unfortunately, however some things can not be regained... 20. Tagawa now is good and well, and recovering from the incident. The grand re opening of the pedestrian mall just happened today. 21. More re development. 22. 23. 24. 25. Sakurano, Tagawa's second indoor mall to open up. 26. 27. An area near downtown. 28. Tagwa's major train station which sees countless numbers of people each day, and Tagawa's downtown along with the SOGO Mega Mall. There are always tons of people walking around here. 29. 30. 31. An industrial area in Kita ku. 32. Tagawa's new water filtration plant, along with industry. 33. 34. The black and brown building is Tagawa's news station, home of Tagawa News! 35. Another train station in Midori ku. 36. A somewhat new residential area of Tagawa. 37. 38.As one first enters the city from the south, the things that they will first notice first is that there are 3 big, major buildings here: The Aqua Research Institute, the Kitamura Major Art Musuem, and the Tagawa City College. There is also a hotel nearby (pink and gray building) for those who want to stay near it. Located in Minami ku. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. The major highway, leading into and out of town. 44. An urban park. 45. 46. A view of Minami ku (ward) (south of highway) and Midori ku (north of highway). 47.View of Minami ku (South of avenue/highway) Denshi ku (All of downtown, it is the electronic and office industry ward) and Kita ku (north of highway/avenue and of the downtown). 48. All of Mizutagawa ku (Rice paddy river ward), basically the whole flood plain. That was the update. It was quite long, but well worth it for me, and for you guys! Comment, and feel free to ask about where I got the mods from! I would also appreciate negative criticism. If there is something you don't like, or something you think that I am doing wrong, please tell.
  12. Japanese shop 2



    Japanese shop 2, level 2
  13. Version 1.0


    Japanese commercial building, 2x3 with parking spots.
  14. Japanese shop 1

    Version 1.0


    My first building for C:SL. Small japanese shop, 1x1.
  15. Version


    Askol'd Island, located in the Peter the Great Gulf, Sea of Japan, 50 km from Vladivostok to the south-east and 40 km west of Nakhodka (Primorsky Krai). Area is 14,6 км². Mountainous island, and lots of steep cliffs. In the past, the Chinese on the island was mined gold, now the island is located 2 lighthouse and abandoned military buildings. Install: 1. Download Russian or English version. 2. Unzip the contents to a folder: AppData\Local\Colossal Order\Cities_Skylines\Maps (windows 7) 3. Play Game!
  16. B.A.T Work

    For those of you who've have not seen my SC4Devotion MD, then this is new to you.If you look there, you will see some of my B.A.T. Now I have enough knowledge to make better B.A.Ts. Happy looking/downloading! I'm back! With new B.A.T work! (The update will be coming later this week, as it is almost done) The B.A.Ts that you saw previously are now up for download! Hiroshima Peace Memorial Link: TOTO Mall (Will be updated very soon) Link: I am also working on brand new housing set! (Like Kori, Nekopanchi, Kei, etc.) I just started yesterday. The house are mainly based of off houses in Hiroshima. Here is the first house that I have modeled thus far. Here is the first house, modeled: I am hoping to make at least 50 houses and 50 apartments (There is a very big lack of japanese-style apartments, so I will be filling in that gaps.) Please, tell me what you think of it. Don't be afraid to criticize, as that will help me improve.
  17. TOTO Mall (トトモール)

    Version 01


    This is the TOTO Mall, made to fill in the for the lack of Japanese-style malls. I will be making more malls and stores and offices in future. TOTO is a company that sell toilet, the reason that their name is the main one on the big sign of the mall is that they were able to buy that spot, and kind of were able to "rename" the Mall. This mall is probably going to be updated very quickly, for quality reasons. This B.A.T. is a CS$$$, and is a 3x3 growable. This B.A.T. has dependencies: ML Texture. link: http://blog.livedoor.jp/moonlinght/archives/cat_59226.html(Make sure that you scroll down!) Nekopanchi-san's z_zJPN_SideWalk_Mod2.zip. link: http://hide-inoki.com/bbs/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?t=856 Enjoy!
  18. Version 2.0


    Askol'd Island, located in the Peter the Great Gulf, Sea of Japan, 50 km from Vladivostok to the south-east and 40 km west of Nakhodka (Primorsky Krai). Area is 14,6 км². Mountainous island, and lots of steep cliffs. In the past, the Chinese on the island was mined gold, now the island is located 2 lighthouse and abandoned military buildings.
  19. Greetings! I'm Cattail, currently studying abroad, and I play Simcity 2013 from Japan. Anyone else out there who plays during/ around my UTC+9.00 time zone? For example: Australia, Korea, Phillipines, SEA, Taiwan? I'm pretty bummed out by playing alone these days. :/ So I'd be happy if I get to join an active region where people play together, build great works and not just dwell in their little plot of lands and totally ignore the chat. Building and managing a great works alone is pretty meaningless by the way. :/ I play almost daily from around 8pm to about 12am UTC +9.00. So if anyone is interested in inviting me to their party, or would like to play on a region together, let me know. Look me up on Origin: Cattail113. PS: all my other friends are on Steam, and they don't play simcity. Sad.
  20. Chiyoda CBD - Toshima

    Chiyoda CBD - Toshima Chiyoda has three principal Central business districts, the largest and most important is Toshima. The area is home to dozens of skyscrapers and large office buildings. Toshima was the first areas to have height restrictions to be lifted allowing for skyscrapers up to 300m tall to be built, this has resulted in a claustrophobic area with narrow roads and tall buildings. The plaza in front of the black skyscraper is one of the largest open spaces in Toshima and is frequented by people from of the offices during lunch. Replies Militant Radical - Thanks, i hope this will satisfy, until i finish that area Shriefer - Thankyou Huston - Thanks, here is more Japanese density Luiz P. Romanini - Thanks pingpong - thanks, i do think it is a little too tall for that area, i will try to replace it with a house or much smaller apartment building DonVitoCorleone - Thankyou Gugu3 - Thanks Kisa Atsuko - Thanks, they are something that i would love to see improved and expanded upon
  21. Chiyoda Elevated Expressway

    Just something i have been working on, a Japanese city called Chiyoda, this is a little teaser of what i have done already. I hope you enjoy.
  22. Seoul station

    Version V1


    this station is located seoul as old train station it was used till 2004. after this building was changed museum. but this bat will be operate train station . size is 11x4 and traffic capacity is 2000000 person. this bat needs dependency bsc textures vol 1 you can find this on sc4devotion. and if there has some probleum write on my blog. http://blog.naver.com/dlswns2002/100197285940
  23. Version 1


    Before going any further about the description of this BAT this is DmScopio's BAT it hasn't been released here, so I Emailed DmScopio and I was authorized to upload here, this BAT along with others. Overview Pearl River Tower (Chinese:珠江城大厦 or 珠江大厦) is a 71-storey, 309.7 m (1,016 ft), clean technology skyscraper at the junction of Jinsui Road/Zhujiang Avenue West, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, China. The tower's architecture and engineering were performed by Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill with Adrian D. Smith and Gordon Gill (now at their own firm, AS+GG) as architects. Ground broke on the tower on the 8th of September 2006 and construction was completed in March 2011. It is intended for office use and will be partially occupied by the China National Tobacco Corporation. The design of the Pearl River Tower is intended to minimise harm to the environment and it will extract energy from the natural and passive forces surrounding the building. Major accomplishments are claimed to be the technological integration of form and function in a holistic approach to engineering and architectural design. Content The SC4Model, 2 SC4Desc ► 5x5 lots ►Co§§§ with 5800 jobs ►Landmark. Dependencies BSC Textures Vol1 - http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=90
  24. Been playing for a while and it's getting a bit boring without other people developing the other cities in my region. Please add me on origin so I can invite you to my region Origin Username: jonridge8294 Server: Asia
  25. List of Asian Buildings

    Hello everybody! This forum is something missing on Simtropolis. While browsing on STEX I see a lot of Asian Chinese/Japanese buildings. This list is meant for indexing them all. These buildings could be useful for anyone who wants to create an Asian city. Some of the links may lead you to Chinese sites so if you don't understand it like me then use an internet translator. For those who know the language that should be no problem...... This list has just been started so it's not complete yet.If you know good Asian buildings then post it. Now I will start... Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall Dajhong Jhihjheng Gate The National Theater Hall in Taipei China Pavilion World Expo 2010 The National Concert Hall in Taipei Lung Yun Temple Lung Yun Temple ver 2 China Town gate Dong He night market THZ XiangHehLou BGTCN Maitreya Budda Ishimaru Denki summer house parks zhingua zutao China Cityblock pack Yangzburg Castle BlueV part 1 china Yangzburg Castle BlueV part 2 china

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