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  1. San Francisco

    Today, we're taking a look at another one of the United States' iconic cities - San Francisco. This hilly city sits on a peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay in Northern California - and since it's founding in 1776, it's evolved into a cultural, commercial, and financial center. With plenty of famous landmarks and attractions dotting the city - it's also one of the country's top tourist destinations as well. We'll start the trip off in the city's Central Business District - with a number of the city's tallest buildings like Transamerica Pyramid, 555 California Street (formerly Bank of America Center), and 345 California Street in full view. A view of San Francisco's stunning skyline at nighttime. At the center of the city's skyline is the distinctive, pyramid shaped Transamerica Pyramid. Upon its completion in 1972, it was the world's 8th tallest building - and even though it's not the tallest skyscraper in the city anymore (since surpassed by the 1,070 ft. Salesforce Tower, completed this year), it's still the most iconic. We venture out of downtown and onto the city's infamously hilly streets - and it gets especially steep on Lombard Street. This street is famously known for a one block stretch where it zigs and zags down the hillside - and these 8 hairpin curves have given it the title of "The Most Crookedest Street In The World". The crookedness serves a purpose, too - as it was intended to slow down vehicles and to reduce the steep gradient of the hillside, all while offering incredible views of the city. Located northwest of Lombard is the stunning Palace of Fine Arts. Constructed in 1915 for the Panama-Pacific Exposition, this Greco-Roman palace and attraction - complete with a rotunda and columns - has remained one of the city's most popular landmarks ever since. Art exhibitions are still shown regularly, and it also serves as a park and popular wedding destination. Our next destination can be found on top of the city's steep Telegraph Hill - the beautiful Coit Tower. Built as a gift from the late socialite Lillie Hitchcock Coit, this 210 foot tall art deco tower has remained an icon on the San Francisco skyline ever since its opening on October 8th, 1933. For our next destination, we catch a ferry ride at Pier 33 to visit "The Rock" - Alcatraz Island. This small island in San Francisco Bay was developed in the mid 1800s with military fortifications, a lighthouse, and most famously - a prison. Once a small military prison, it quickly grew in size and served as a federal prison from 1934 to 1963, housing some of the country's most hardened criminals like Al Capone. The rugged terrain and frigid water made it the perfect place for inmates - and the unforgiving punishments handed out here gave it a harsh reputation. Although it's been abandoned for decades - it's still one of the city's most well known landmarks and tourist attractions. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is located in the heart of the city and is another one of the city's most distinctive landmarks - the current building was constructed in 1995 and houses some 33,000 pieces of artwork. It's one of the world's largest modern and contemporary museums - any visit here is sure to inspire the mind. The earthquake of 1906 brought much devastation to San Francisco and its skyline - and the old city hall was one of its most prominent buildings brought to rubble. The new San Francisco City Hall, re-opened in 1915, has remained an icon on the skyline ever since with its distinctive Beaux-Arts Dome rising 307 feet above the city. Last but not least is the city's most iconic landmark - the legendary Golden Gate Bridge. This 8,981 foot long suspension bridge spans a narrow straight connecting San Francisco Bay to the Pacific Ocean - and has been open for traffic since 1937. Despite the name, the bridge is actually painted in a brilliant "international orange" color, and it makes for a truly stunning sight, day or night. Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver Previous Update: "U.S. Skylines" Thanks to @Cyclone Boom, @Silur, @Krasner, @art128, @Toby Ferrian, @RobertLM78, @CorinaMarie, @Handyman, @mrsmartman, @tonyr, @redfox85, @simmytu, @Androgeos, @bobolee, @The British Sausage, @jakis, @raynev1, @ESP15, @nycsc4, @kingofsimcity, @tariely, @scotttbarry, @MAW, @Odainsaker, @mike_oxlong, @feyss, @Simmer2, @etg-nc2nyc, @9gruntsand1hammer, @ByeByeBayou, @aciaKa, @Elenphor, & @_Michael for all the likes!
  2. Passau Island - Teaser 2

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Still a work in progress and dripping in-game when I get a spare hour or two which is rare.... Hope to showcase some more over the coming weeks and months. But the below gives an idea of what I'm working on
  3. Hello, I'm building a metropolitan area in SimCity 4 which contains the cities of Townsville, Craterville, Power Line City, Hill Valley, etc. There are some city names I don't like in already built cities that have potential, but I don't like the names of the certain cities that I'm going to customize. Is there a cheat code in SC4 to change the name of an already existing city that's built? Please let me know. Thanks, citybuilder234
  4. Lagos

    Today, we're taking a trip to Lagos, Nigeria - home to some 21 million people, it's not just Africa's largest city but also one of the largest cities in the world. As you'll see in the pictures below - the streets here can get unbelievably crowded, and played a part in the country moving its capital to the more centrally located (and more spacious) city of Abuja in 1991. The city has continued to grow since then however - and has further developed into a financial center for all of Africa. While today, Lagos is a city known for its sprawling markets, crowded housing districts and busy streets - there was a time when the city was a little less chaotic. Here in 1910, the city was just beginning to grow - with the first steam tramways crossing the streets. By the 1960s and 1970s, the city was growing rapidly and quickly became known for its intensely crowded streets - and Nnamdi Azikiwe street in the heart of the city is one the city's busiest. Markets like Idumota Market spill out onto the streets and can make traveling anywhere quite difficult. Another view of Nnamdi Azikiwe and Idumota Market in the 1980s. While the streets are usually crowded at all times of the day - it gets especially bad during rush hour, and you could be stuck in a traffic jam for hours behind an endless stream of yellow Danfos buses. There's a reason why they call them "go-slows". We move forward to current times to take a look at one of the city's most iconic landmarks - the Lagos Central Mosque. Opened for worship in 1988, its distinctive Ottoman style minarets can be seen from nearly everywhere in the heart of the city. Close by is another one of the city's most important markets - the sprawling Balogun Market, widely recognized as one of the best places to buy fabrics in the city. For our next sight, we're making a brief stop on the mainland - where it's a common sight to see wood merchants and sawmills dotting the shorelines. There's a number of bridges crossing the lagoon to get here - with the most stunning being the Third Mainland Bridge, which wraps around the perimeter of the shoreline for nearly 40,000 feet, and is usually filled with the city's iconic buses. We head back South across Lagos Island to take a look at the city's Central Business District. Many of the country's most important corporations, financial institutions, and major commercial banks are headquartered here, and it serves as a financial center for all of West Africa. For our last scene, we're taking a glimpse into the future to visit the city's Eko Atlantic development, being built on the city's reclaimed Atlantic shoreline on Victoria Island. This new development will house some 250,000 residents and include a variety of commercial and financial developments as well, leading some to call it a modern African Wall Street. While the development won't be completed for years to come - it still gives hope that it will transform the city into an even larger financial hub. Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver - - - Thanks to @scotttbarry, @_Michael, @AsimPika3172, @Handyman, @Krasner, @CorinaMarie, @jakis, @mike_oxlong, @Manuel-ito, @redfox85, @raynev1, @Toby Ferrian, @Angry Mozart, @tariely, @Silur, @pcwhiz24, @bobolee, @matias93, @Odainsaker, @9gruntsand1hammer, @Huggy-Bear, @Androgeos, @Elenphor, @kschmidt, @SC4L0ver, & @RobertLM78 for all the likes on the preview!
  5. Hello, I just saw this image and thought of sharing with the SC4 community. We can use this underpass system in our cities. I know many of you already use the NAM underpass though. Thank you
  6. Japan

    Today we'll be taking a look at one of the world's most beautiful countries - Japan. With an impressive mix of new and old structures, landscapes, natural wonders and more - there's plenty here to keep you in awe. Our tour begins with a trip to the famous Itsukushima Shrine in Hatsukaichi, located near Hiroshima on the western side of the country. It's one of the country's most sacred sites and popular tourist destinations - its 45 foot high Torii Gate is truly breathtaking. We travel east to Kyoto, the former capital of Japan - where we'll visit one of the country's most iconic landmarks: the famous Golden Pavilion. Originally completed in 1397, this site has been a symbol of Kyoto for centuries. Despite being completely rebuilt in 1955, this famous Zen temple still retains its charm and beauty - and its famed gold leaf exterior attracts plenty of tourists. Japan is a country that's also known for its stunning countryside - and its rice paddies are one of the country's most famous sites. With nearly 80% of the country covered in mountains, terraces like these can be seen for miles around. Japan is also one of the world's largest tea producers - and beautiful tea plantations are a common sight in the countryside. Not too far away is another one of the country's most iconic sights: Mount Fuji. Standing 12,388 feet tall, it's also an active stratovolcano with the last eruption coming in 1708. This legendary mountain has also been a pilgrimage site for centuries and is considered one of the country's most sacred destinations. With nearly 40 million people in its urban area, Tokyo is the largest urban area not just in Japan but also the entire world. Formerly known as Edo, it became the country's capital in 1868 and has transformed into a global economic and financial hub. The city is filled with stunning landmarks, such as it's famed Shibuya Intersection. This "scramble" intersection is said to be the busiest in the world and every light sends hundreds of people in every direction. The next stop is one of Tokyo's famous landmarks - the Tokyo Tower. Completed in 1958, it stands 1,092 feet tall and is the country's second tallest structure. The observation deck offers extraordinary views of the city - and is a must visit for anyone traveling to Tokyo. Our final stop is Tokyo's famous Shinjuku skyline - located in the heart of downtown, it's filled with stunning modern high rises and is especially impressive at nighttime. Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver - - - Big thanks to @Toby Ferrian, @CorinaMarie, @Simmer2, @nRVOUS, @mike_oxlong, @Krasner, @jakis, @The British Sausage, @matias93, @simmytu, @Odainsaker, @feyss, @Prophet42, @RobertLM78, @kingofsimcity, @9gruntsand1hammer, @tonyr, @Handyman, @redfox85, @Angry Mozart, @weixc812, @bobolee, @Marushine. @scotttbarry, @AndisArt, @Edvarz, @PaulSawyer, @Fantozzi, @SC4L0ver, @ESP15, @Huggy-Bear, @Josh6, @Kim Sunwoo, @TekindusT, @f3cs, @Dgmc2013, @Elenphor, @mrsmartman, @Akallan, @Fargo, @kschmidt, @JP Schriefer for the likes on the preview!
  7. Version 1.0.0

    97 Downloads

    Tariel-Kazuki Street Stalls v1 & v2 I recenty uploaded the lost original, which I have been using liberally for years. With some problems, though, that I thought would be nice to save new users from, like missing props ; also, the pieces were not lighted, which is my personal bugaboo. Last but not least, I would have liked the v2 pieces to have some indication of direction, therefore I added some SPOT arrows in my relot. So here is a new version of Kazuki’s lots, trying to solve those little problems. I just licked them up and lit them and gave them new menu icons. All Hail goes to Kazuki for making them in the first place. You don’t need the original but it’s here. Those are neutral lots, eyecandy only. _____________________ Dependencies : BSC_MegaProps_Gascooker_vol1.dat http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=397 NetworkAddonMod_Props.dat : In NAM 32 and up PorkieProps-Vol1.dat http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/11421-porkie-props-vol1-european-street-accessories/ PorkieProps-Vol2.dat : https://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/11420-porkie-props-vol2-seasonal-street-trees/ RVTNightlights (included) SPOT_C-rc100.dat (for plopping directions) https://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/24509-spot/ Tamorr_Family_Prop_v1.dat in Tamorr’s Resource 2.05 : http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/21940-tamorrs-resource/ wmp_power_props01.dat in WMP Power Lots : http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/26376-wmp-power-lots/
  8. Version 1.0.3

    185 Downloads

    I recenty uploaded the lost original, which I have been using liberally for years. With some problems, though, that I thought would be nice to save new users from. (1) the bus stop never showed up, (2) neither did the dirt circle for the trees (the original used the Invisible One…) ; (3) they were not well lighted, which is my personal bugaboo. Also, last but not least, (4) I never knew exactly on which side the street barriers were, and had to re-plop several times to get them right. So here is a new version of those Kazuki lots, trying to solve all those problems, with a little bit of SPOT to help with the plopping. All Hail goes to Kazuki for making them in the first place.I just licked them up and lighted them and gave them new menu icons. You don’t need the original but it’s here. NB : if you have a Sandstone Mod, it will replace the Maxis pavement. NB2 : In case you are wondering, no, the bus stop is not functional, sorry. It is now ! ------------- BSC_MEGA-Props-CP Vol01.dat : http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=1180 Murimk stands-simple.dat : https://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/25681-murimk-bicycle-props-with-mmp-bikers/ JENXPARIS_Prop_Pack_VOl02.dat : http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=1612 NetworkAddonMod_Props.dat : In NAM 32 and up PorkieProps-Vol1.dat : http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/11421-porkie-props-vol1-european-street-accessories/ PorkieProps-Vol2.dat : https://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/11420-porkie-props-vol2-seasonal-street-trees/ RVTNightlights (included) SG_BusStop04.dat (if you’re not already using SG Bus Stops. Which maybe you should. They’re about the only ones reasonably to scale, with WMP’s and the RTMT) : in SG Bus Stops : http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=1618 SPOT_C-rc100.dat (for the plopping directions) : https://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/24509-spot/ Tamorr_Family_Prop_V1.dat : in Tamorr’s Resource 2.05 http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/21940-tamorrs-resource/ wmp_power_props01.dat : in WMP Power Lots : http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/26376-wmp-power-lots/
  9. Terrain comparison

    I'm interested in emulating SimCity terrain generation for a LEGO project I am working on. Could someone explain the differences between SC3K and SC4 terrain? IIRC, SC3K has three vertical slope levels, and can only model right angles and 45 degree angles. How are things different in SC4? Does SC4 also limit you in this way? Thanks.
  10. Passau Island - Teaser

    I've been rather time poor lately but have been able to progress Passau Island and it's almost ready for showcasing! In the meantime.....here's some teaser shots. Passau Island has only be possible thanks to the fantastic high-quality content created by @Diego Del Llano @kellydale2003 @Reddonquixote @mattb325 @on001222 @Xyloxadoria @SimFox @Cockatoo @Huston and @JP Schriefer
  11. Hello everyone! The SC4 BAT - Open Discussion, and Lot Editor and Plug-In Manager forums are in the process of being merged! The new forum is named the SC4 BAT & Lot Workshop. We believe this will have several benefits: In the last few years, there has been a great growth in lotting and lot development threads. Yet those development threads are tucked away into a subforum. This will bring more visibility to lot development threads, and it will make it easier for people to visit their favorite development threads, whether they're BATing or lotting threads. BATing and lotting exist in the same custom content continuum. Every BATer also has to do lotting tasks. Many lotters BAT their own props. Some people make substantial BATs with elaborate lots, which blur the line of whether it's a lotting project or a BATing project. Having everyone together might even inspire more collaboration! The forums are slower nowadays, and combining the two forums would make one single more vibrant forum. What will happen to the old lot forum? First, every single lot development thread, no matter how big or small, will be moved here, along with any other substantial threads. They will automatically be sorted chronologically with the BAT threads. In the near future the old lotting forum and the threads remaining within it will stay where it is, and if there's a particular thread that you feel should be moved over, you can ask a moderator either through pm or posting in this thread, and we can move it. Then, the old lotting forum will be moved to an archival section of the website. At that point, if you remember a thread that you'd like to be moved, you can still ask a moderator to find and move it over for you. We're not moving every single thread because most of the threads in the lotting forum are "quick question" type threads, which would drown out the BAT and lot development threads. While we're merging forums, we'll also be reorganizing the stickies. "BAT - Getting Started Guide / FAQ / Resources / Help" consolidates the existing Mega FAQ thread, the troubleshooting threads, plus a new comprehensive getting started guide (still under construction). It's pretty ridiculous that there are three different threads for posting BAT problems in. The old troubleshooting threads are still valuable resources and they are linked to in the new thread. But while they have a decade's worth of BAT problems and solutions, a lot of it is outdated, and the thread overall is cumbersome. As questions and answers are posted to this new thread, it will become a more relevant and easier to browse body of knowledge. For lotting, a new sticky will be made in the same spirit. In the meantime, you can find links to the old lot forum stickies in the spoiler tag below: I don't know how long it will take us to get everything into its final state, but hopefully it won't be too long!
  12. Japan (Preview)

    Japan (Preview) For our next destination, we're traveling to another one of the world's most beautiful countries - Japan. We'll be taking a look at some of the country's most stunning landmarks, skylines, landscapes and more. I'm getting close to finishing it up, but in the meantime - here's a little preview of what's to come Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo Itsukushima Shrine, Hatsukaichi Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver - - - Previous Update: "New York City" Thanks to @Toby Ferrian, @RobertLM78, @The British Sausage, @CorinaMarie, @nRVOUS, @_Michael, @bobolee, @redfox85, @Tyberius06, @Manuel-ito, @matias93, @9gruntsand1hammer, @mike_oxlong, @Finnbhennach, @jakis, @PaulSawyer, @bladeberkman, @Handyman, @ESP15, @Fargo, @Krasner, @SC4L0ver, @Prophet42, @Urban Constanta, @tonyr, @RandyE, @mrsmartman, @feyss, @scotttbarry, @Oerk, @raynev1, @Jonas_Chaves, @Ling Ziming, @f3cs, @Elenphor, @Seppi93, @Angry Mozart, @juliok92012, @Pluispixel, @mattb325, @andisart, & @Akallan for all the likes!
  13. TLDR; SimCity4 runs perfectly in wine 3.0 on Arch Linux. NAM 36 does not. I have installed the GOG version of SimCity 4 Deluxe on Wine 3.0 (32bit) and it runs perfectly. When trying to install NAM 36 all goes well until right after Cleanitol runs. Below is (I think) all relevant information. Any ideas on how to get this installed? Please note: I do not have access to a Windows machine. OS: Arch Linux x86_64 4.14.15-1-ARCH Wine: 3.0 Wine Bottle: $ env WINEARCH=win32 env WINEPREFIX=/home/doctor/wine/sc4 wineboot -u Install SimCity 4: $ env WINEARCH=win32 env WINEPREFIX=/home/doctor/wine/sc4 wine /home/doctor/Downloads/setup_simcity4_deluxe_2.1.0.9.exe Run SimCity 4: $ env WINEARCH=win32 env WINEPREFIX=/home/doctor/wine/sc4 wine "C:/SC4/Apps/SimCity 4.exe" -intro:off -CustomResolution:enabled -r1920x1080x32 -CPUcount:1 -f Install NAM 36: $ env WINEARCH=win32 env WINEPREFIX=/home/doctor/wine/sc4 wine /home/doctor/Downloads/NetworkAddonMod_Setup_36.exe Network Addon Mod 36 Setup launches: Click on Next Click I Agree Click Next Select Complete Standard Installation, click Next Click Install Cleanitol Popup, click OK Cleanitol Ran successfully, click Quit Delete file: C:\users\doctor\My Documents\SimCity 4\Plugins\Network Addon Mod\BSC Cleanitol T..... Flash forward 1 hour and Installer is still stuck at Delete file: C:\users\doctor\My Documents\SimCity 4\Plugins\Network Addon Mod\BSC Cleanitol T..... Kill NAM 36 Installer, Destroy SC4 Wine prefix, Recreate SC4 Wine prefix, Reinstall SC4 Install NAM 36 Attempt 2: $ env WINEARCH=win32 env WINEPREFIX=/home/doctor/wine/sc4 env WINEDEBUG=warn+heap wine control Double click on Add/Remove Programs Click on Install Browse to and select NetworkAddonMod_Setup_36.exe Click Open Network Addon Mod 36 Setup launches, click on Next Click I Agree Click Next Select Complete Standard Installation, click Next Click Install Cleanitol Popup, click OK Cleanitol Ran successfully, click Quit Delete file: C:\users\doctor\My Documents\SimCity 4\Plugins\Network Addon Mod\BSC Cleanitol T..... Flash forward 1 hour and Installer is still stuck at Delete file: C:\users\doctor\My Documents\SimCity 4\Plugins\Network Addon Mod\BSC Cleanitol T..... Kill NAM 36 Installer, Destroy SC4 Wine prefix, Recreate SC4 Wine prefix, Reinstall SC4 Post on forum. Terminal Output: 0033:err:richedit:ReadColorTbl malformed entry 0033:err:richedit:ReadColorTbl malformed entry 0033:err:richedit:ReadColorTbl malformed entry 0033:err:richedit:ReadColorTbl malformed entry 0033:err:richedit:ReadColorTbl malformed entry 0033:err:richedit:ReadColorTbl malformed entry 0033:err:richedit:ReadStyleSheet skipping optional destination 0033:err:richedit:ReadStyleSheet skipping optional destination 0033:err:richedit:ReadStyleSheet skipping optional destination 0033:err:richedit:ReadStyleSheet skipping optional destination 0033:err:richedit:ReadStyleSheet skipping optional destination 0033:err:richedit:ReadStyleSheet skipping optional destination 0033:warn:heap:validate_block_pointer Heap 0x110000: pointer 0x109672c is not inside heap 0033:warn:heap:HEAP_ValidateInUseArena Heap 0x110000: invalid in-use arena magic 003d66ab for 0x2161a0 0033:warn:heap:validate_block_pointer Heap 0x110000: pointer 0x109672c is not inside heap 0033:warn:heap:HEAP_ValidateInUseArena Heap 0x110000: invalid in-use arena magic 003d66ab for 0x214bb8 0033:warn:heap:validate_block_pointer Heap 0x110000: pointer 0x109672c is not inside heap 0033:warn:heap:HEAP_ValidateInUseArena Heap 0x110000: invalid in-use arena magic 003d66ab for 0x12c0900 0033:warn:heap:validate_block_pointer Heap 0x110000: pointer 0x109672c is not inside heap 0033:warn:heap:HEAP_ValidateInUseArena Heap 0x110000: invalid in-use arena magic 003d66ab for 0x1bd478 0035:fixme:heap:RtlSetHeapInformation (nil) 1 (nil) 0 stub 0038:fixme:heap:RtlSetHeapInformation (nil) 1 (nil) 0 stub 003a:fixme:heap:RtlSetHeapInformation (nil) 1 (nil) 0 stub 003a:fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x2597a4c) stub 003a:fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x24afa98) stub 003a:fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x1a35164) stub 003a:fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x1af65e8) stub 003a:fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x1958f2c) stub 003a:fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x1010a0d0) stub 003a:fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x1275de0) stub 003a:fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x173c440) stub 003a:fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x374e60) stub 003a:fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x10c1508) stub 003a:fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x1e2225c0) stub
  14. Hello fellow SimCity-lovers. The mod "God Terraforming in Mayor Mode" doesn't work when I have installed it. It simply doesn't show up on the left menu as it should. I have SimCity 4 Deluxe bought on steam. Does any of you know how I can make it work? Thanks in advance. You can see the mod here:
  15. I joined to find out how to play this again. I found in the installing old sticky, but in Section A, it just says once it's downloaded, .. next... Well this is the bit I'm stuck on. On win10 it won't load. I have seen on fb page someone wrote some instructions, how to bypass windows things. I'm not that technical! I just want to play the game again, surely it's not difficult! How do you all play it? Have you all done this technical bit to bypass the window10 fault/system, thanks in advance
  16. 2018-01-15_200454 - Simtropolis.jpg

    Waiting a new sea port Thanks to - Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot ----------------------------------------------------------------
  17. New York City

    After taking a look at historic New York City - we'll take a look at this incredible city in the modern day. The Statue of Liberty is one of New York City's most iconic landmarks - originally bronze when it was completed in 1886, it turned green over the years due to oxidation and has greeted millions of immigrants coming into the United States. The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the city's most famous landmarks - at the time of its opening in 1883, it was the world's longest suspension bridge and quickly became known across the globe. Lower Manhattan boasts some of the world's most incredible skyscrapers. In the early 1900s, Art Deco high rises like the incredible Woolworth Building dominated the skyline, and the entire area quickly became an important financial and business hub. Today, Lower Manhattan continues to grow upwards with buildings like the World Trade Center complex after the original twin towers fell on September 11th, 2001. Snowy days can be quite stunning in New York City - especially among the high rises of Midtown Manhattan. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is one of the city's most unique and beautiful buildings - designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, it's been a popular attraction since its opening in 1959. Since its opening in 1857, Central Park has been an oasis in the heart of the city and one of its most popular destinations. The United Nations Headquarters was completed in 1952 by architects Oscar Niemeyer and Le Corbusier. The complex has served as the official world headquarters of the UN ever since. Madison Square Garden is one of New York City's most famous venues - from professional basketball, hockey, boxing, concerts, and more - there's always something going on here. The Empire State Building was opened in 1931 - standing 1,250 feet tall, it has remained an icon of the city ever since and is particularly striking at night. A mosaic of Midtown Manhattan at night - one of the world's most awe-inspiring skylines. Thanks once again to everyone for your support throughout the course of 2017! Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver - - - Previous Update: "Historic New York City" Thanks @SimRico, @9gruntsand1hammer, @Urban Constanta, @matias93, @art128, @RobertLM78, @Tyberius06, @simmaster07, @Odainsaker, @kingofsimcity, @nRVOUS, @gviper, @bobolee,@Probidence, @redfox85, @CorinaMarie, @JP Schriefer, @Fargo, @Silur, @tonyr, @scotttbarry, @bladeberkman, @PaulSawyer, @gigius76, @jakis, @Manuel-ito, @ESP15, @Toby Ferrian, @Handyman, @Elenphor, @mike_oxlong, @aegian, @Finnbhennach, @The British Sausage, @Akallan, @Jonas_Chaves, @RandyE, @kim026, @raynev1, @Tonraq, @Ling Ziming, & @rathefalcon for all the likes!
  18. Hello! Does SC4 on Steam support 16:9 resolution, or 1366x768, who knows? The Game is here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/24780/SimCity_4_Deluxe_Edition/ Thank you!
  19. Historic New York City

    For my last two updates of the year, we're taking a look at one of the world's greatest cities - New York City, in the past and in the present. Today, we're going back in time once again - to take a look at historic New York City, primarily in Midtown Manhattan. Pretty much all the pictures will be set in 1935 - but I went even further back with a few. We'll begin with a look at one of the city's most iconic landmarks - the Statue of Liberty. Opening in 1886, it was originally a stunning bronze color like depicted - but as oxidation set in over the years, it transformed into its trademark green by the 1920s. The Plaza Hotel is another one of New York City's most iconic structures - since its completion in 1907, its been one of the city's most opulent and extravagant hotels. Horse drawn carriages were the primary way to get around when it was first completed and they were a common sight on the streets. The Chrysler Building was opened in 1930 and is one of the city's most beautiful Art Deco skyscrapers. For a brief period of time, it was the world's tallest building - only to be surpassed by the Empire State Building a few years later. The stunning Empire State Building was world's tallest building from 1931 to 1970 - and to this day it remains one of the world's most iconic skyscrapers. It's one of the city's Art Deco masterpieces. The Sherry-Netherland is another one of New York City's Art Deco gems. Opening in 1927, it rises 560 feet over Central Park and is one of the city's most beautiful hotels. Grand Central Terminal was opened in 1871 and has been one of the city's most crowded transportation hubs ever since. Bryant Park dates back to 1847 and has been one of the city's most popular spots ever since. The surrounding New York Public Library was added in 1895 and is currently the world's fourth largest library. The buildings of the Rockefeller Center were completed in the 1930s and are another fine example of the city's Art Deco style during this period. The stunning Waldorf-Astoria Hotel was completed in 1931 and was the world's tallest hotel for over 30 years. The nearby Chanin Building was opened in 1929 and was widely known for its beautiful brick and terra-cotta facade. The Helmsley Building is another one of the city's most recognizable buildings during this period - and is known for the road running directly through it. Times Square has long been one of the city's most crowded and popular destinations - and is surrounded by beautiful buildings like the One Times Square Building. The Brooklyn Bridge is another one of the city's most recognizable landmarks - first opening back in 1883, it finally gave the people of the city a way to cross the river without using the ferry. New York City used to have one of the country's most extensive el-rail lines - throughout the early 1900s they were widely used, but soon fell into disuse and were eventually torn down. A couple of snowy and rainy days in New York City. Some more assorted views of Manhattan. A few more nighttime views from across the city. One of the many beautiful parks that dot the city - Madison Square Park. Located in the heart of Manhattan, Central Park dates back to 1857 and has been an urban oasis ever since. An overview of stunning Central Park. Finally, a few overviews of Midtown Manhattan in all its glory. Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver - - - Previous Update: "Mosaics & Bonus Pictures" Thanks to @RobertLM78, @CorinaMarie, @Tyberius06, @Handyman, @SimRico, @Haljackey, @kingofsimcity, @RandyE, @redfox85, @tariely, @Manuel-ito, @scotttbarry, @Silur, @jakis, @Krasner, @art128, @PaulSawyer, @The British Sausage, @Dgmc2013, @Toby Ferrian, @Tonraq, @Ling Ziming, @mike_oxlong, @raynev1, @mrsmartman, @_Michael, @bobolee, @bladeberkman, @Odainsaker, @Oerk, @Simmer2, @Maloskero, @SC4L0ver, @Akallan, @9gruntsand1hammer, @Jonas_Chaves, @Don_Pato, @GoKingsGo, & @rathefalcon for all the likes!
  20. Mosaics & Bonus Pictures

    Mosaics & Bonus Pictures A collection of some of my favorite buildings and cities from across the globe that didn't make it into other updates this year - enjoy! The Grand Canal Venice, Italy Commerzbank Tower Frankfurt, Germany Shanghai World Financial Center Shanghai, China Tokyo Skytree Tokyo, Japan Transamerica Pyramid San Francisco, California, USA Downtown Chicago And finally, a couple more mosaics and panoramas from Sydney. Every New Year's Eve, Sydney is home to one of the world's most amazing fireworks displays. Its truly a sight to behold. Note: As with a number of my other updates, lots of custom models had to be imported into the game from various sites like 3d warehouse. Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver --- Previous Update: "Canada" Thanks to @redfox85, @Toby Ferrian, @matias93, @Manuel-ito, @Dgmc2013, @Fantozzi, @SC4L0ver, @bladeberkman, @art128, @PaulSawyer, @bobolee, @Tonraq, @Ducio, @scotttbarry, @CorinaMarie, @RobertLM78, @Handyman, @raynev1, @Haljackey, @mike_oxlong, @RandyE, @jakis, @Ling Ziming, @mrsmartman, @MAW, @_Michael, @kingofsimcity, @Simmer2, @Silur, @MandelSoft, @Tyberius06, @Finnbhennach, @juliok92012, @JP Schriefer, & @Oerk for all the likes!
  21. Hello Mayors OK, I thought of sharing this with you all. I am following a different strategy this time for my cities. I didn't used this strategy before. Have a look at this blog post. A quick 1min read https://mysc4blog.wordpress.com/2017/12/23/dreamland-city-update-1/ Thank you. Feel free to share your thoughts
  22. how to solve the problem of the game slowing down when building a subway station or subway lines? it takes like half a minute to switch from subway station to other tools (or vice versa)
  23. Canada

    After taking a look at Toronto, today we'll be touring the rest of Canada, another one of the world's most beautiful countries. Our tour starts off on the Eastern shores, in the Newfoundland province. The small town of Red Island Harbour is quite picturesque - and the locals here make their living off some of the richest fishing grounds in the world, the Grand Banks. Wintertime can be quite beautiful - if you're lucky, you might get to see a unique wonder that rarely occurs across the globe: pancake ice. We travel south to Nova Scotia - where lighthouses dot the coastlines. One of the most famous ones is Peggy's Point Lighthouse - built in 1868, it's one of the areas most famous landmarks and one of Canada's most photographed lighthouses. Our next stop is Quebec City. Located on the banks of the Saint Lawrence River, Quebec's capital is one of the most historic cities in all of Canada, and in fact is the only North American fortified city north of Mexico whose walls still exist. It's most famous landmark however is the stunning Château Frontenac - built in 1893, this grand hotel is one of Canada's most spectacular buildings. Not too far away is Montréal, the most populous city in Canada's Quebec province and the second largest city in the country. After Paris, it's the largest primarily French-speaking city in the world. Since it's founding as a small colony on Montréal Island back in 1642, it's transformed into an international metropolis ever since. Our next destination is the capital of Canada - Ottawa. The centerpiece of the city is Parliament Hill, an impressive collection of buildings which house the Parliament of Canada. Our next stop will be on Canada's southern border with the United States - where we'll get to see one of Canada's most amazing natural wonders, Horseshoe Falls. At night, these famous falls are illuminated in a rainbow of colors, turning the whole area into a spectacular light show. We travel into Manitoba where we'll take a look at it's largest city and capital - Winnipeg. Known as the "Gateway to the West", the city is a railway and transportation hub and has a vibrant downtown area. Canada's great prairies are superb for farming - and have made Saskatchewan known as the breadbasket of Canada. Small rural farms like this one can be seen virtually everywhere. We head into Alberta, stopping in the "Gateway to the North" - Edmonton. This city of nearly 1 million is home to one of North America's northernmost skylines, filled with highrises like the 441 ft tall ATB Place (formerly known as the Telus Plaza). Our next stop will be in Northern Alberta - in the city of Fort McMurray. Due to its location near valuable oil sands, massive industrial complexes have sprung up and smokestacks can be seen for miles around. We head north, venturing into the Arctic - visiting the capital of the Northwest Territories, Yellowknife. Located on the northern shore of Great Slave Lake, it's the only city for hundreds of miles around - and wintertime can be especially brutal here. The YK Centre sign has been an icon in the city for decades, tracking the frigid temperatures. With temps reaching as low as -51 C - make sure you dress warmly! As we travel further north into Nunavut, the temperatures drop even further - the local Inuit hunters who live here make igloos their home, and have done so for thousands of years. They do a great job of shielding them from the elements - and from the occasional nosy polar bear, too... Iqaluit is Nunavut's capital - its a city filled with simple yet beautiful architecture. Colorful houses and unique structures like the igloo-shaped St. Jude's Cathedral make this city of 7,700 people stand out. Iqaluit's name literally means "many fishes" - and has long been a prominent fishing location, but stocks have been declining in recent years. We travel back south, and along the shores of Great Bear Lake is where we'll see one of Canada's most awe-inspiring sights - the Northern Lights. Also known as Aurora borealis, these colorful lights in the sky are the result of electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the earth's atmosphere. Our last stop in the Arctic is the Mackenzie River delta - where we'll get to see one of Canada's most unique natural wonders, the Pingo. These mounds of soil are filled with a core of expanding ice and usually a small pool of water at the top - and when the ice melts, the pingo collapses. Their name originates from Inuvialuktun word for "small hill" - and can reach huge diameters, sometimes as many 2,000 feet wide. Our next stop is Calgary - the largest city in Alberta and home of the Calgary Stampede. The city's skyline has seen expansive growth in recent years - giving it one of the most impressive skylines in all of Canada. The towers of Eigth Avenue Place (completed in 2011 and 2014) rise above the city - they're some of Canada's most spectacular skyscrapers. For those wanting to get away from it all, there's no better place than the Canadian Rockies. Stunning lakes like Moraine Lake are nestled between pristine forests and towering peaks - and their turquoise color (caused by glacial flour) is truly mesmerizing. We make our way to Canada's western coast, stopping to take a look at some of the totem poles that dot the shorelines. The ones here at Stanley Park in Vancouver are one of the country's most visited tourist attractions, and are one of the most recognizable cultural symbols of Western Canada. Our last stop in Western Canada will be Vancouver's downtown - it's one of Canada's best, filled with sleek and modern buildings like the Bentall Centre. Despite a little rain, it's truly one of Canada's most beautiful cities. Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver --- Previous Update: "New Zealand" Thanks to @Handyman, @Dgmc2013, @PaulSawyer, @Edvarz, @redfox85, @CorinaMarie, @JP Schriefer, @_Michael, @Jonas_Chaves, @BruceTedder, @Urban Constanta, @RobertLM78, @bobolee, @bladeberkman, @Odainsaker, @art128, @The British Sausage, @scotttbarry, @RandyE, @Manuel-ito, @Toby Ferrian, @jakis, @Bastet69008, @mrsmartman, @Elenphor, @raynev1, @nRVOUS, @Ling Ziming, @Tonraq, @Finnbhennach, @Tyberius06, & @Oerk for all the likes!
  24. PHOTO-TOILETS - End of development or not ? We see many free websites die.. Frog, Photobacket , Imgur ... What to do., friends ? Too bad that we can't see thousands figures in old manuals for SC4. There are many great things died with FROG, Photobacket and others the same ... We have lost thousands of drawings in this fight. Someone has a recording of the deceased beginning. But all this is very sad ...
  25. What is the Perfect Positive Tax for RCI? I got this chart but I think this one is for SC2013. Do we have or can anyone help me with a complete detail or chart for SC4? Thank you
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