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Zeroing City V.4 - New version of Dukes

Started by Uzil, January 31, 2011, 01:03:00 PM

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Hello members of sc4 devotion long ago that I played sim city 4 and it is time I show you my project which I hold most dear.  :)

Zeroing City V2.0

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Hey Uzil! Congratulations to this really great start of your Mayor Diary! I really enjoyed your first pictures...I especially like your suburbs and the way you designed the coast. Keep up the good work and I will have a look at this MD regularly, I think.


And this is your first M.D.? Looks pretty cool &apls &apls &apls
However your pictures are a bit too large. Make sure that the max width of any image be 800 pixels.
Good luck with your M.D. (don't forget to backup your creations), and have fun. I'm looking forward for the next updates :)
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Nice start!  And your translations of French to English adds flavor.



McFactory..  :D

Besides that, I'm diggin your start!  :thumbsup:


The suburb looks cool! How much do I need to buy a house there? $%Grinno$%
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I see some really great pictures there. Looking forward to the next update. :)
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This is really cool! I especially find it interesting because I played the games!


very nice work, looks very realistically shabby in those ghettos.
Skin that smokewagon and see what happens!

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Thanks for your comments !

A new video of Broker was published.

See HD video on you tube


Map of eastern Zeroing City and the current urbanization :

Tomas Neto


The McFactory industrial factory gave me a little chuckle.....great work.

Robin  &apls
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Hi everyone ! I didn't have posted since a moment, because I've loosed the totality of my game, City and Plugins include.
But, since few months, I've started a new City, always named Zeroing City ( :P ), and see it in picture :

Integral city map (without empty tiles) :

(Click on the pictures for see in High Definition)

Current population : 3.046.000 inhabitants

Start the city with the neighborhood of FortHeigts

QuoteFortHeigts is a central neighboorhood of the city, his population is in majority middle class and he is traversed by the High Speed Rail.

(Click on the pictures for see in High Definition 1080p )

Next, neigboorhood of Broker, and hope you like it :thumbsup:


Very nice so far, and the choice of buildings are perfect. ;D Keep up the good work. :thumbsup:

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Zeroing City on Devotion ? $%Grinno$%

Love the region view :thumbsup:

Ol.S / Benoit

Nice to see you here :)
Great pictures as always !
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Thanks for your encouragements  ;)
As promised, here is the neighborhood of Broker :

QuoteQuick History,
Broker is the poorest neighborhood of Zeroing City, it is populated by immigrants, minorities blacks and Hispanics is the privileged place of the local mafia. Traditional industrial area polluted much of the neighborhood, and proximity to Acter does not help matters, the area is covered with a brown sail 341 days a year, which explains the yellowish appearance of the images. Still, the mayor did his best to improve our industry and constantly fight against crime by adding the number of police, such as squats near the old canal now become a residential area perfectly respectable.

(Click on the pictures for watch them in full HD 1920x1080)

Your comments are welcome  :)


i like it, it looks great!  nice use of buildings and transportation.  the park and canal fit in very well too.