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CJ 万维市(wanweishi)

旅游工业城市

  1. wanwen1122
    Population:
    586000
    Map:
    snowlake
    Game Version:
    • Cities XXL 2015
    群山小城,大概两个月的时间完成的

    Images

    1. cxl_screenshot_wanli_0.jpg
    2. cxl_screenshot_wanli_1.jpg
    3. cxl_screenshot_wanli_2.jpg
    4. cxl_screenshot_wanli_3.jpg
    5. cxl_screenshot_wanli_4.jpg
    6. cxl_screenshot_wanli_6.jpg
    7. cxl_screenshot_wanli_7.jpg
    8. cxl_screenshot_wanli_8.jpg
    9. cxl_screenshot_wanli_9.jpg
    10. cxl_screenshot_wanli_10.jpg
    XOUSTE, backofthegarden and kipate like this.

Recent Reviews

  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous
    3/5,
    或许不应该怪你,因为用这张地图制作这样大一座城市确实不太容易。但事实是,巍峨的群山抹灭了CBD的威严,而山脚简单的处理方式使得城市与环境难以取得协调。第五张图如果细细观察就会发现,在建筑的侵蚀下,山峰的走形到最后必须突转急下才能抵达地面,这在现实中是不可能存在的(极易引发泥石流和雪崩)。您真的不应该选这张地图的。
  2. kipate
    kipate
    3/5,
    Good start so far! I like the harbour area as well as the skyline. On top of that, your work with the highways looks quite professional, good job!

    What I dislike are the steep roads in the hilly districts. Why did you not make serpentines instead? Or tunnels for the railways? That would have taken a bit more time, but it would make the city look a lot more realistic.

    良好的开始为止!我喜欢海港地区以及天际线。除此之外,你与高速公路的工作看起来很专业,好工作!

    我不喜欢的是在丘陵地区的陡峭的道路。你为什么不做蛇纹石?或隧道的铁路?这将需要一些时间,但它会使城市看起来更多的现实。
  3. backofthegarden
    backofthegarden
    5/5,
    Great post modern city, I always have a hard time deciding where to begin and end the man made vs natural shoreline in a city. interesting use/placement for the airport, non intrusive but with its own small "commercial" center as is to be expected.