June 22nd, 2004, 08:55 PM
ya, a lot of u guys and gals put up skyscraper after skyscraper in ur cities.
How about the realistic citites, ya no, about 40 skyscrapers and thats it with a loy of freeways and wide open airports. you people also make mountains around the sides omly. I live in Baltimore MD, and half the metro are are hills w/ medium sized offices. If yall have any of these for sc4 or sc3000ul, plaese post them. I feel like my region is too realistic. :bash: :doh:
June 22nd, 2004, 09:53 PM
Realistic is great. Some people just go for population and bragging rights. I think everyone gets caught with the population bug, and you want to get as many ppl as possible, but still remain a nice looking, realistic city. As for making a city on lots of hills, well you make it. Post pics of it. Would be great to see what kind of vision u have in mind :)
June 23rd, 2004, 04:31 PM
well, my parents are divorced . one computer has internet, but no sc4, and the other has no internet but sc4... sorry.
but other people should post their cities that have about 1/2 mil. ppl in the region and that have large suburban areas and lots of highways!!! :)
June 23rd, 2004, 05:02 PM
i don't build that type of city because i've lived in cities like that all my life; it's boring. bland.
i'd rather build a realistic city...by Chinese standards.
this isn't to say i don't have any "realistic" cities, by American standards, i just don't have any pics of them, or spend much time on them (unless they're a suburb of a larger city.)
heh, and Baltimore's hardly rough mountainous terrain.
different strokes for different folks.
June 23rd, 2004, 07:38 PM
June 23rd, 2004, 09:31 PM
Take the screen shots on the computer with SC4. Edit/shrink the pics to a smaller file size or something (under 200 kB for sure) in JPEG form, put them onto a floppy disk. Take the disk to the computer with the internet, upload to a webhost, and voila.
June 24th, 2004, 12:56 AM
yeah, kinda like this:
anyway, whenever i get bored with overpopulation, i've thought (in the future) to do a realistic American city.