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Ayeshteni said:...and from Switzerland.
How about a specific Japanese set? (and yes an Italian set would be nice )
what about Dutch and Scandinavian?..YodaMaster said:Houses in byz11 are just recolored with light grey windows and doors (and domes are smaller too).
i made these sets while I was on holidays. I'm quite busy now... and making a set is not very difficult but really time consuming.
On the ToDo list:
italian (and/or venitian)
well, I probably think that North European cities could have, as cool-toxic said, special churches with broaches or something. It will be really very very nice.Trin Tragula said:I'd say northern european cities fit the current standard city style well enough. Better to focus on getting the mediterrenean and the balkans right...
YodaMaster said:Good point, but I'm afraid colonies sprites are reserved for MIN and MUS tags (or a bug?). Waiting for an answer in Bugs Thread...