Post Your City Screens here!

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Re: Post Your City Screens here!

Postby PauliXL Se » 17 September 2010, 14:56

@Starance:
Wow...beatiful city,
I want to see more pictures and the growing of that city
green, green, green is everthing in that city: http://www.citiesxs.net/forum/index.php ... 531.0.html

Don´t read the text, when you can´t german. Look at the pictures
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Re: Post Your City Screens here!

Postby Skimbo » 20 September 2010, 16:37

@Sandr_o2002: great city :)
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Re: Post Your City Screens here!

Postby Winter Dragon » 21 September 2010, 08:34

Three images from my current project, Dragon Isle.

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Re: Post Your City Screens here!

Postby Philemon » 21 September 2010, 09:14

wow.

what's about these watery bridges?? :ugeek:
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Re: Post Your City Screens here!

Postby Winter Dragon » 21 September 2010, 09:24

I like to fish on a sunny day so I chucked a couple of platforms out there. They're also used to calm choppy seas as that particular part of coast is full of razor sharp rocks and strong currents, the platforms help settle things down somewhat to get ships into port safely. :)

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Re: Post Your City Screens here!

Postby mr-tom » 21 September 2010, 09:30

But... *how* did you do that?

Or are there little invisible islands?
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Re: Post Your City Screens here!

Postby Winter Dragon » 21 September 2010, 09:44

So long as the depth of the sea floor doesn't exceed the max height of the bridge, you can build out onto the water. You cannot build below the water level but you can build the bridge flush to it, which is what I did.

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Re: Post Your City Screens here!

Postby mr-tom » 21 September 2010, 09:50

How strange. I had no idea you could do that.
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Re: Post Your City Screens here!

Postby Winter Dragon » 21 September 2010, 10:03

I made those in January so I'm a bit hazy on exactly how I did it, I think you have to start the bridge at a decent height on land and keep that height a bit into the water before you can lower it to water level. That worked in a test I did just now, then there is a limit to how far out you can build at water level until it says "no more!". Certain bridge types won't work either, anything with girders under the road deck won't let you.

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Re: Post Your City Screens here!

Postby mr-tom » 21 September 2010, 11:02

Thanks.

I'm just astonished that it lets us terminate the bridge on water.
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