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Old Posted May 13, 2013, 10:46 PM
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I thought I'd share a couple more pictures of my town. I have added a couple more buildings.

National Gallery, Berlin


A design I made when I was 13 for the rebuilding of the WTC. Slightly changed to fit better into Minecraft.




Two new additions: Century Plaza Towers, Century City and the former General Motors Headquarters, Detroit






Three new buildings i haven't named.




A view of the historic town






The view from the observation deck of the City Hall


One of many HighLine Stations


One of the many Subway Stations


Inside my Mob Grinder Building


Crystal Pallace Center


The view down Main Avenue towards North.


A bridge leading into the desert


A little desert city i built








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Old Posted May 14, 2013, 11:06 PM
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Added another stadium and rooftop parks.
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Old Posted Mar 5, 2014, 4:06 AM
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Earlier this year I built an assortment of various skyscrapers which I named "The Architecture Gallery." Here are some screens:


A render I made using Chunky: the gallery as seen from the top of "30 Block", which will be explained later.


The "Mine Warner Center", as seen from the street.


30 Block, otherwise known as the GR (General Redstone) Building. It's a 1:1 scale model of the GE Building!


The Duluth Inn, a re-build of Duluth's Holiday Inn. I modified the parking structure over Holiday Center so, as you can see, it boasts a large garden.


The "Duluth Block", a re-build of some of Duluth's finest buildings.

Of course I have many buildings in the gallery that are more unique, however I don't have many pictures of them and at the moment I'm posting this I don't have much time to gather more. If anyone is interested in the gallery, here's a link to the world save:

http://www.planetminecraft.com/proje...cture-gallery/
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Old Posted Jun 10, 2014, 12:20 AM
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With the new map Generator, I thought I'd create a new World and copy my Buildings into it to create a new City

My progress so far:

A view over the Ren Cen (my first Building) looking to the World Trade Center


The Maccabees Building with LA City Hall in the background (Both built to scale!)


Looking over Login Town. The Hochzeits and Opern Turm in the background


The Top of the World. My Cities tallest building the Opern Turm


My work in progress: The Fisher Building also built to scale




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Old Posted Jul 15, 2014, 2:27 PM
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Is this game free or do I have to pay for it? I can only afford a $10 game atm.

Anyway it seems like the game has superb graphics and then a 1980s video game graphic at the same time?
Looks interesting. The only city building game I'm playing is Simcity 4. Citylife and Cities XL aren't that great.

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Is this game free or do I have to pay for it? I can only afford a $10 game atm.

Anyway it seems like the game has superb graphics and then a 1980s video game graphic at the same time?
Looks interesting. The only city building game I'm playing is Simcity 4. Citylife and Cities XL aren't that great.
Minecraft is $26/$27. Honestly, I'd say it's worth it- I have spent countless hours on the game since I downloaded it, and all updates are free. I would definitely consider saving up for it.
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432 Park Avenue Minecraft:

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I love the post. I have a giant city on mine craft Xbox One. It's so realistic
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Old Posted Sep 7, 2016, 12:56 AM
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The old, original gallery...


And the new Gallery 3.0.



The second gallery with the original ported in and updated with materials of higher quality. A third render, set at night, is in the works. Also added in Gallery 3.0 are four new buildings.
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