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Maps Auckland v2 1.1

Auckland with and without a Google sat image

  1. skullz613
    Compatible:
    • CitiesXL 2009
    • CitiesXL 2011
    • CitiesXL 2012
    • CitiesXL Platinum
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    • Full Resources
    • RHM Friendly
    • Interchangeable Only use one patch file at a time!
    A better Auckland map was requested by bmikolajko
    This one is RHM2 friendly as long as you don't increase the height of the bridges :)
    I created a Google map version one as well but this time with the satellite overlay.
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    Click the spoiler below to see the rest.
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    SAT
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    Installation
    Put the .patch into the Pak folder of your Cities Xl
    Google maps have GM in the patch name.

    Build on the Google map and then swap it for the normal one when you have finished.

    As normal, delete the trees in the water.
    TIP: Right click the bulldozer thumbnail and move the slider up to increase the bulldozer size

    Installation Pre-requisite:
    XLNation_UserInterfaceMod

    Copyright 2015 skullz6.13 This item is not authorized for posting on Steam, except under the Steam account named skullz6.13
    Mr.X², Supersnake and kipate like this.

Recent Updates

  1. Auckland v2 1.1

Recent Reviews

  1. Mr.X²
    Mr.X²
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    excellent map, indeed :)
  2. Anonymous
    Anonymous
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    A pleasure for my eyes! As I like Auckland very much
    (except for all the NZ NIMBYs saying that they don't want
    to give up space when government wants to
    densify the population), I must say that this overworked version
    is done in an excellent manner, regarding the trade-off
    between detailism and playability!