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Maps Beirut 1.0

Beirut with and with out a map overlay

  1. skullz613
    • CitiesXL 2009
    • CitiesXL 2011
    • CitiesXL 2012
    • CitiesXL Platinum
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    • Full Resources
    • Interchangeable Only use one patch file at a time!

    To keep the mountains at a decent height, I did not flatten the map to much. The waters is a bit low along the coast line but should not cause any problems.
    For the map overlay I used a Bing map because Google Maps are not up to date with some areas.
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    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.
    NOTE: To see the map overlay better you need your graphic settings to be on high and turn off the Atmospheric Display.

    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:

    Copyright 2015 skullz6.13 This item is not authorized for posting on Steam, except under the Steam account named skullz6.13
    LaPacifica, Pjsantos, Mr.X² and 2 others like this.

Recent Reviews

  1. aldu38
    Version: 1.0
    Thans !! I really like Beirut !!
  2. arkoudogatos
    Version: 1.0
    Very Nice Map!!!!
  3. wawaah
    Version: 1.0
    the topography is just wrong, Beirut is a hilly city where slopes emerge just after the coast line
    1. skullz613
      Author's Response
      Your welcome to make a better map! To replicate every little hill is impossible. I could of put hills everywhere but then people would say its to hilly to build on.
  4. lguzman2011
    Version: 1.0
    I am not sure if this is your first Map that you created, but it really looks great. Thanks