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This add-on for the original release of SimCity adds three different alternate looks to the game: Future U.S.A., Future Europe and Moon Colony. Gameplay is unchanged by installation of the Graphics Set, but all in-game graphics and text are replaced. Buildings all look different, and the various events and disasters are reinterpreted and given a different flavor.

Requires SimCity Graphics Set 2: Future Cities is an addon for SimCity, you will need the original game to play.

 




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