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Old Posted Dec 25, 2006, 7:10 AM
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6º My Hong Kong

It's finally here; i wanna know what you think about my city (again):

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Old Posted Dec 25, 2006, 7:05 PM
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awesome....
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Old Posted Dec 25, 2006, 8:50 PM
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needs more mountains and accurate placing of BOC, 2IFC, etc...otherwise it's cool, although i like your Miami better.

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p.s. how long does it take you to make these cities? i'm about to embark on a fake "Commienation," with cities inspired by Moscow, St. Petersburg (Leningrad,) Volgograd (Stalingrad,) Chernobyl/Pripyat, Novosibirisk/Siberian cities, Pyongyang, and Berlin/Dresden.
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Mmmm... it could be; they're in the right place, as i saw in the aerial pictures, but it could be. About the terrain, i always have problem with it, and it's so difficult to do "real-looking" mountains with Simcity.


P.D.:Anyway... it takes me between 1 and 4 weeks to do these cities.
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Old Posted Dec 26, 2006, 4:50 AM
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Love playing sim city, but my cities have never gotton as big as that one above. Wow.
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WOW but where are the mountains???
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There's mountains but they are hard to see it with all that vegetation. Without that vegetation they would look like dessert, but it needs more mountains, i agree.
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wow!!! i cant believe i missed this one!!! incredible!!!
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