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View Poll Results: Which created city would you most want to live in? (I only used cities that have been updated)
Perone City (#4, 38, 87, 125) 6 12.77%
Athena (#12, 57, 61, 78, 94, 95, 99, 106, 109, 111, 116, 119, 122, 124, 135) 15 31.91%
San Aguilar (#8, 66) 9 19.15%
Heliconia (#14, 58) 0 0%
Bradonberg (#44, 59, 70) 6 12.77%
New Emporis (#83, 84, 115, 141) 6 12.77%
Arcadia Falls (#35, 53, 85, 104) 5 10.64%
Voters: 47. You may not vote on this poll

 
 
Old 09-08-2010, 04:20 PM
 
Location: Columbus
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I think they ought to make a interactive sim city in which you can create your own city walk the streets and have people look at your city give details like this and then market it. also other people could enter or travel to your city. make it 80% cuputer simulated people and 20% real people.
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Old 09-08-2010, 04:23 PM
 
Location: Columbus
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man with this paper u would think this is a real city how did he do that.
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Old 09-08-2010, 07:59 PM
 
Location: Detroit's Marina District
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Wow, it looks like things are a-changin' in Brandonberg. Once again, loving the newspapers. How is flood restoration coming along?
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Old 10-09-2010, 11:56 AM
 
Location: Detroit's Marina District
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Bumpty-bump.
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Old 10-09-2010, 03:48 PM
 
Location: Boston, MA
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City name: Lexington
City population: 735,183
Metro population: 5,927,846
White %: 15
African-American %: 55
Hispanic %: 15
Asian %: 15
10 tallest buildings heights in feet: 1000, 821, 659, 634, 612, 598, 557, 532, 495, 457
Buldings >950 feet tall: 1
>800 feet tall: 2
>650 feet tall: 3
>500 feet tall: 8
Sports teams: Soccer (The Romans), Baseball (Highlanders), Basketball (Kings), Football (Closers)
Hockey (Chrystals)
Yearly weather averages: Very Hot 67 average. Located South-west of LA.
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Old 10-09-2010, 03:53 PM
 
Location: Boston, MA
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OOPS! I meant South-EAST
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Old 10-09-2010, 04:53 PM
 
Location: STL
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New Emporis City File:
Area: 60 sq. miles
Population Density: 12,000 ppsm
Population: 720,000

New Emporis Metro File:
Area: 600 sq. miles
Population Density: 6,000 ppsm
Population: 3,600,000

Weather Averages
Month: High/Low - Rain (inches)
Jan: - - -58/43 - - - -2.0
Feb: - - -62/47 - - - -2.0
Mar: - - -65/50 - - - -2.4
Apr: - - -69/54 - - - -2.4
May:- - -72/57 - - - -2.4
Jun: - - -76/59 - - - -1.6
July: - - -79/62 - - - -1.6
Aug: - - -75/58 - - - -1.6
Sep: - - -72/55 - - - -1.2
Oct: - - -68/53 - - - -1.2
Nov: - - -65/50 - - - -1.2
Dec: - - -61/46 - - - -2.0

The attachments are sattelite photos of the New Emporis area.
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Create you own city!-berlin-1280091889.png   Create you own city!-berlin-1280091975.png   Create you own city!-berlin-1280091933.png  
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Old 10-09-2010, 10:39 PM
 
Location: East Bay Area
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City Name: Oceanside City, Ca
Population: 485,000 - 785,000
Climate: Mediterranean
Temperature High/Low: Winter - 63/48, Spring - 68/55, Summer 79/65, Fall - 63/55
Demograghics: One of the most diverse cities, 35% Black, 30% white, etc.
Median Household Income - $58,000
Median Family Income - $68,000
Per Capita Income - $63,000
Crime: Ranked 12th in violent crime
Geography: 78.2 square miles of land, 22.1 square miles of water
3/5 Flatlands, 1/5 Foothills, 1/5 Hills
Divisions: East covers 35%, West covers 25%, North covers 15%, South covers 10%, Hills covers 10 %, Downtown covers 5%.
Economy: Headquarters of Ask.com, Kaiser Permanente, AT&T, Clorox, Dreyers, Haagen Daz, T-Mobile, University of California, Sony Computer Entertainment, Pandora, Pixar, Dreamworks Animation, Oracle, Bank of America, Gap Inc., Electronic Arts, Intel, Macy's
Residents: 31 millionaires live within the city
Education: 25 Highschools, 75 elementary schools, 35 middle schools = 76,000 students
100/135 schools are public, others private or charter.
12 community colleges = 60,000+ students
2 Universities:
University of California, Oceanside City = 31,000+ students
California State University, Oceanside City = 23,000+ students
Sports:
MLB - Waterfront Stadium, Capacity of 35,000, 5 League Championships, 90% chance of a sellout
NFL - Waterfront Stadium, Capacity of 75,000, 4 League Championships, 86% chance of a sellout
NBA - Downtown Arena, Capacity of 20,000, 2 League Championships, 97% chance of a sellout
NHL - Downtown Arena, Capacity of 20,000, 3 League Championshipt, 85% chance of a sellout
Tourist Attractions/Notable Features:
Most open parks per capita
Regional forest
A Large Mall
2 Beaches
Largest urban saltwater lake in the country
Large freshwater lake
Space and Science Center
3 Museums
Large Downtown - Tallest building at 700ft. +
475+ Bar/Clubs
500+ restuarants
25 Marinas - Central location for boating
2 Historical theaters
3rd Busiest Seaport
7th Busiest Airport
4 Casinos
Large Zoo
Large Aquarium
the Big 4 Sports
7 Performing Art Centers
Oceanside City Feels like and Borrows From:
San Jose, Ca
Oakland, Ca
San Francisco, Ca
San Diego, Ca
Los Angeles, Ca
Oceanside City Would Look like:

http://news.nationalrelocation.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/san-diego_harbor.jpg (broken link)





http://sfbayaep.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/snapshot-2010-02-11-22-25-50.jpg (broken link)

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Old 10-10-2010, 10:41 PM
 
Location: You Already Know: San Diego!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Stephen1110 View Post
City Name: Oceanside City, Ca
Population: 485,000 - 785,000
Climate: Mediterranean
Temperature High/Low: Winter - 63/48, Spring - 68/55, Summer 79/65, Fall - 63/55
Demograghics: One of the most diverse cities, 35% Black, 30% white, etc.
Median Household Income - $58,000
Median Family Income - $68,000
Per Capita Income - $63,000
Crime: Ranked 12th in violent crime
Geography: 78.2 square miles of land, 22.1 square miles of water
3/5 Flatlands, 1/5 Foothills, 1/5 Hills
Divisions: East covers 35%, West covers 25%, North covers 15%, South covers 10%, Hills covers 10 %, Downtown covers 5%.
Economy: Headquarters of Ask.com, Kaiser Permanente, AT&T, Clorox, Dreyers, Haagen Daz, T-Mobile, University of California, Sony Computer Entertainment, Pandora, Pixar, Dreamworks Animation, Oracle, Bank of America, Gap Inc., Electronic Arts, Intel, Macy's
Residents: 31 millionaires live within the city
Education: 25 Highschools, 75 elementary schools, 35 middle schools = 76,000 students
100/135 schools are public, others private or charter.
12 community colleges = 60,000+ students
2 Universities:
University of California, Oceanside City = 31,000+ students
California State University, Oceanside City = 23,000+ students
Sports:
MLB - Waterfront Stadium, Capacity of 35,000, 5 League Championships, 90% chance of a sellout
NFL - Waterfront Stadium, Capacity of 75,000, 4 League Championships, 86% chance of a sellout
NBA - Downtown Arena, Capacity of 20,000, 2 League Championships, 97% chance of a sellout
NHL - Downtown Arena, Capacity of 20,000, 3 League Championshipt, 85% chance of a sellout
Tourist Attractions/Notable Features:
Most open parks per capita
Regional forest
A Large Mall
2 Beaches
Largest urban saltwater lake in the country
Large freshwater lake
Space and Science Center
3 Museums
Large Downtown - Tallest building at 700ft. +
475+ Bar/Clubs
500+ restuarants
25 Marinas - Central location for boating
2 Historical theaters
3rd Busiest Seaport
7th Busiest Airport
4 Casinos
Large Zoo
Large Aquarium
the Big 4 Sports
7 Performing Art Centers
Oceanside City Feels like and Borrows From:
San Jose, Ca
Oakland, Ca
San Francisco, Ca
San Diego, Ca
Los Angeles, Ca
Oceanside City Would Look like:








Those pictures are San Diego skyline. Don't you know that the tallest building in the San Diego skyline is The America Plaza, 500 feet?
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Old 10-10-2010, 10:52 PM
 
Location: East Bay Area
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Yes I do.

I said it would look like San Diego's skyline.
The pictures provide the idea of what it would look like, in the same essence as a format.
Thus, in Oceanside City, some buildings would be taller.
Along with the fact that Oceanside City borrows
From 5 different cities.

Last edited by Stephen1110; 10-10-2010 at 10:55 PM.. Reason: Detailing
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