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Freshwater Valley 1.0

A nice map with a river, lake and some mountains. Enjoy.

  1. The Funky Monk

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  2. CraCkeR JaCk

    CraCkeR JaCk Elite

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    And yet another masterpiece by the Almighty.
     
  3. gecko001

    gecko001 Skilled Worker

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    Noob question: how does one install a map?
     
  4. The Funky Monk

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    Just download it and put it in your paks folder like the other mods. You can create a folder inside the paks folder for maps and mods or have folders for each individual modders like I have done.
     
  5. gecko001

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    Easy and straightforward. Awesome, thanks for the quick response!
     
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    Thanks man. That's what I plan to do. It has heaps more space to build a big city than bootleg river had.
     

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