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Cities XL Platinum __FULL__


Cities XL allowed players an option to play on a persistent online virtual community known as a planet which required a monthly subscription fee. As a member of a planet, players were able to build their cities in a virtual world populated by other subscribers, trade resources such as electricity with other players, work together to create structures such as the Eiffel Tower, and visit other cities as an avatar and host events.




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The terrain is composed of height maps, textures and a normal map. Instead of creating new tools, Monte Cristo relies on existing third-party tools like EarthSculptor, World Machine and GeoControl to generate unique realistic terrain before importing it into their terrain-editing software. In addition, middleware like SpeedTree has also been used for in-game afforestation. In an interview on September 11, 2007 Philippe Da Silva announced that Cities XL would include a large variety of maps and landscapes, which would allow players a greater depth with the types of cities they wanted to create.[12] A pre-released screen shot of an Aspen map confirmed that Cities XL would include snowy landscapes.


Build cities, shape a world.Cities XL Platinum lets you design, build and link up cities of all shapes and sizes around the Cities XL planet!Build more impressive cities than ever before! Cities XL Platinum offers a huge variety of over 1,000 buildings and constructions (including 50 brand new structures), that you can freely place on...


Build cities, shape a world. Cities XL Platinum lets you design, build and link up cities of all shapes and sizes around the Cities XL planet! Build more impressive cities than ever before! Cities XL Platinum offers a huge variety of over 1,000 buildings and constructions (including 50 brand new structures), that you can freely place on more than 60 gigantic maps, offering varied terrain and an incredible level of detail.


Take on the role of virtual mayor and find solutions to the problems faced by modern city planners like energy shortages and public transportation. Answer the growing needs of your citizens and find the perfect balance between various services such as housing, recreation, and employment. Specialize your cities and set up a trade network with neighboring towns to ensure large-scale financial success with an increasingly complex network of cities!


far better in my opinion. The cities you can create are far more realistic than simcity. There are plenty of simple to install mods to help balance game play to your liking and plenty of cool buildings. Definitely recommend CitiesXL over Simcity.


Hi all, I'm not going to buy Simcity 2013 because it does not have some features which I expected it to have. So I'm thinking of buying Cities XL.. But not sure if I have to buy 2012 or 2011 is enough. What's the difference between two? (apart from $20 difference on amazon).. Also, does it have city to city road connectivity through the borders? like SC4? (i.e., cities share its borders, and how we connect to our neighboring cities is under our control). Any advice would be appreciated!


Buy Cities XL Platinum. Cities XL doesn't have region view. It has planet view where you have random maps on a planet. You can trade and share resources with other cities on the planet. If you want more info then you may want to check out XLNation which is the largest Cities XL community out there.


There are no regions in Cities XL. However the cities are really big in and of themselves so you don't really need regions. Plus there's a planetview where you can trade resources. Get Cities XL Platinum. It has Cities XL 2011 + Cities XL 2012 + 50 new buildings.


Build more impressive cities than ever before! Cities XL Platinum offers a huge variety of over 1,000 buildings and constructions (including 50 brand new structures), that you can freely place on more than 60 gigantic maps, offering varied terrain and an incredible level of detail. .Take on the role of virtual mayor and find solutions to the problems faced by modern city planners like energy shortages and public transportation. Answer the growing needs of your citizens and find the perfect balance between various services such as housing, recreation, and employment. Specialize your cities and set up a trade network with neighboring towns to ensure large-scale financial success with an increasingly complex network of cities!


It becomes a game of whackamole, with alerts popping up and groups complaining all the time, but quickly disappearing when they are drowned in lots of lovely money. Electricity too expensive for people? Throw down another power station. Throw down two! Or start trading with other cities. Even when issues go ignored, it takes a long time for the repercussions to kick in.


Human exposure to particulate matter emitted from on-road motor vehicles includes complex mixtures of heavy metals from tyres, brakes, part wear, and resuspended road sediment. The purpose of this study was to determine the concentrations of 14 platinum-group and other traffic-related heavy metals in road sediment within the metropolitan area of Guangzhou, China, with a view to identifying their sources and assessing the extent of anthropogenic influence on heavy metal contamination of road sediment.


Guangzhou, which is the capital of Guangdong Province in China and is part of the Pearl River Delta (PRD) region, is the largest industrial center in China and one of the fastest growing cities. The city has experienced a tremendous increase in motorized traffic volume since 2000, with above 1.5 million vehicles on the road. Rapid economic development over the past three decades has brought great prosperity to the region, but has also led to environmental problems. The decline in regional environmental quality since the late 1980s has spurred extensive research in the area, including that of the concentration, distribution, partitioning, sources, and enrichment of heavy metal contaminants (e.g., Wong et al. 2003; Duzgoren-Aydin et al. 2006a,b; Duzgoren-Aydin 2007; Lee et al. 2007; Li et al. 2009). In particular, recent studies of road sediment in Guangzhou have reported that the level and extent of Zn contamination is more severe and widespread than that for other trace metals such as Cd, Cu, and Pb (Duzgoren-Aydin et al. 2006b).


The primary objectives of this preliminary study were to (1) determine the concentrations of 14 platinum-group and other traffic-related heavy metals in road sediment collected from different urban settings within the metropolitan area of Guangzhou, China; (2) identify the natural or anthropogenic sources of these heavy metals using multivariate statistical analysis; and (3) assess the extent of anthropogenic influence on heavy metal contamination of road sediment using enrichment factors (EFs).


It has been well documented that the elemental composition of road sediment can reflect mixed origins, including geogenic and a wide range of anthropogenic sources (e.g., de Miguel et al. 1997; Duzgoren-Aydin et al. 2006b). Therefore, it is difficult to ascribe a specific source to heavy metals in urban environments. In this study, multivariate statistical analysis was used to identify the sources of platinum-group and other traffic-related heavy metals in road sediment from Guangzhou.


This study analyzed the concentrations and sources of the platinum-group and other traffic-related heavy metals, including Pt, Pd, Rh, Cr, Mn, Ni, Cu, Zn, La, Ce, Mo, Cd, Pb, and Ba, in road sediment samples collected from Guangzhou. The mean concentrations of these heavy metals are higher than corresponding background values measured in soils in China. This was particularly true for Pt, Pd, Rh, Cd, and Zn, for which we obtained significantly higher concentrations than background values. 041b061a72


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