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Another New Town

Discussion in 'City Photos' started by skullz613, Oct 7, 2014.

  1. skullz613

    skullz613 Administrator

    Aug 21, 2014
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    Here I go again :LOL: Another new town due to issues. This time I'm on Rio de Janeiro building what I hope will sprawl out to be a decent sized city. It's still in it's infant stage at the moment. Even CXL Platnium behaves like a badly behaved child so I'm not holding my breath that I get far.
    NewTown02.jpg NewTown03.jpg

    I'm doing what I normally do, letting the city grow naturally.
    kipate likes this.
  2. Peter912

    Peter912 Elite

    Aug 22, 2014
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    Looks pretty nice! I like your way of building, the natural growth of the city. Sadly I cannot build like that (n)
  3. kipate

    kipate Governor

    Aug 23, 2014
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    Oh, that is nice, hence I already liked it weeks ago...
    I have to say that this kind of flat town is amazing,
    I love it!
    Only I dislike these windmills? Why do you use them there?
    First, there are offshore windmills, second, you could
    use some kind of turbines in the water!

    I know about the realism part in every city, though, so if you indeed
    plan to lay the windmills there, because of whatsoever reasons
    that they cannot be placed somewhere else, it's fine...
    It is just my humble opinion that the windmills would look better in the
    flat eastern parts of RDJ map...
  4. Pamascus27

    Pamascus27 Mayor

    Aug 21, 2014
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    Wow I'm impressed! I love how realistic it is with those bushes and trees! Can't wait for the updates (y)

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