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by Webnme2 on May 4th 2012

CitiesXL2012 - Hanse

Early development of the City of Hanse. Created with CitiesXL 2012
Check out the Hanse Gallery in the links below for more images.


CitiesXL 2012

Review: Summary  |  Basics  |  Game Play  |  Tips and Thoughts  |  Quibles - Critique  |  Resources  
More Topics: Facebook Cover Art  |  Icarus City Journal  |  Icarus Gallery  |  Hanse City Journal  |  Hanse Gallery  |  Farcus City Journal  |  Farcus Gallery

 

Cities XL 2012 – Farcas Gallery

 
These images are from the City of Farcus created with CitiesXL 2012. Farcus is a farm/food industry city supporting two other cities. Click on a thumbnail image to see a larger image.

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City of Farcus - Showing Urban Area Nestled in Hills

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City of Farcus - Showing Small Residential Area for Farm Laborers

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City of Farcus - Map of Farm Area Showing Farm Labor Residential Area

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City of Farcus - View Down Valley of Farming Areas

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City of Farcus - View Down Valley of Farms

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City of Farcus - View of Farm Areas and Valley from corner of map.

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City of Farcus - Close-up of Farms in Main Valley with Farm Residential in Background

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City of Farcus - View from Further Down Farming Valley

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City of Farcus - View of Urban Area

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City of Farcus - View of Urban Area at Map's Edge

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City of Farcus - View of Urban Area in Valley

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City of Farcus - Road Junction in Small Urban Area

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City of Farcus - Another View of Urban Area

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City of Farcus - Map of Urban Area and Farms

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City of Farcus - Map of Farms

 

CitiesXL 2012

Review: Summary  |  Basics  |  Game Play  |  Tips and Thoughts  |  Quibles - Critique  |  Resources  
More Topics: Facebook Cover Art  |  Icarus City Journal  |  Icarus Gallery  |  Hanse City Journal  |  Hanse Gallery  |  Farcus City Journal  |  Farcus Gallery

 
 

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The author's first experience with computers was with Fortran IV. Wow that's ancient. After graduate school, he taught history for a number of years at a community college before becoming an attorney. In 1997 he changed careers to become a web developer/designer with an interest in all things web related. He currently maintains several dozen websites. This is his personal blog. The opinions expressed are his own.

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