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The one thing I hate about this game (unless there was something I'm missing here) is when you try to start a new region, it either has to be all land or all water. If you want your own rivers and streams, you have to make them yourself. It's so time consuming.
my terrain only takes 10-15 mins..
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my terrain only takes 10-15 mins..
I'm picky. LOL
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There are actually several sites that can help you with tutorials, mods, and anything SC4 related. First and foremost is Simtropolis.com. A lot of good info and files there, albeit DL times can be problematic. They have a thread dedicated to an issue they've had for months. SC4 Devotion and SimPeg4 is similar and have some files that may be unique to their site.

There is a huge community out there and lots of people still play this game/simulation. There have been issues with performance but you should be able to find your answers on the forums at Simtropolis.

Yes, Tux this can and will run on Linux. If you geek Tux then you will find some comrades at Simtropolis.

I still have my game from several months on my other boot drive but I think I will try and install in on the Win 7 64 bit side to see how well it holds water.

Quick tip No.1: Read the Omnibus on Simtropolis and check out the collection of SC4 utilites on SC4tools.co.uk.

Quick tip No.2: Look for the Startup Manager utility on Simtropolis. This will allow you to configure your mods and startup options in a lot easier way than manually taking mods out of your mods folder or adding switches to your startup string. I will look for the link to it and post i here.




http://simtropolis.com
http://sc4devotion.com
http://simpeg.com
http://www.sc4tools.co.uk/

You will find the Simtropolis Omnibus here
Edited by bfe_vern - 12/8/10 at 1:57pm
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There are actually several sites that can help you with tutorials, mods, and anything SC4 related. First and foremost is Simtropolis.com. A lot of good info and files there, albeit DL times can be problematic. They have a thread dedicated to an issue they've had for months. SC4 Devotion and SimPeg4 is similar and have some files that may be unique to their site.

There is a huge community out there and lots of people still play this game/simulation. There have been issues with performance but you should be able to find your answers on the forums at Simtropolis.

Yes, Tux this can and will run on Linux. If you geek Tux then you will find some comrades at Simtropolis.

I still have my game from several months on my other boot drive but I think I will try and install in on the Win 7 64 bit side to see how well it holds water.

Quick tip No.1: Read the Omnibus on Simtropolis and check out the collection of SC4 utilites on SC4tools.co.uk.

Quick tip No.2: Look for the Startup Manager utility on Simtropolis. This will allow you to configure your mods and startup options in a lot easier way than manually taking mods out of your mods folder or adding switches to your startup string. I will look for the link to it and post i here.




http://simtropolis.com
http://sc4devotion.com
http://simpeg.com
http://www.sc4tools.co.uk/
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There are actually several sites that can help you with tutorials, mods, and anything SC4 related. First and foremost is Simtropolis.com. A lot of good info and files there, albeit DL times can be problematic. They have a thread dedicated to an issue they've had for months. SC4 Devotion and SimPeg4 is similar and have some files that may be unique to their site.

There is a huge community out there and lots of people still play this game/simulation. There have been issues with performance but you should be able to find your answers on the forums at Simtropolis.

Yes, Tux this can and will run on Linux. If you geek Tux then you will find some comrades at Simtropolis.

I still have my game from several months on my other boot drive but I think I will try and install in on the Win 7 64 bit side to see how well it holds water.

Quick tip No.1: Read the Omnibus on Simtropolis and check out the collection of SC4 utilites on SC4tools.co.uk.

Quick tip No.2: Look for the Startup Manager utility on Simtropolis. This will allow you to configure your mods and startup options in a lot easier way than manually taking mods out of your mods folder or adding switches to your startup string. I will look for the link to it and post i here.




http://simtropolis.com
http://sc4devotion.com
http://simpeg.com
http://www.sc4tools.co.uk/

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You can find SC4 Startup Manager 3.0 here. The download link is at the bottom of the post. SimCity Kurier is the host and is a german site and of good reputation among SC4 in EU.

I've updated my post above with the Simtropolis Omnibus link.
Edited by bfe_vern - 12/8/10 at 1:58pm
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Man, I really want to get into this and build up an awesome region haha. WITHOUT CHEATS unlike you guys.
Here's a thread that may help you out.
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Updated OP.

Thanks for contribution bfe_vern
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DLing Region maker.. looks amazing so far
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