Looking for friends with attractive Springfields!!!
jarci1 wrote:I am looking for people who care about their city and build attractive and creative Springfields. If you are one of these people please add me. If you just built 700 brown houses in a corner please stay away.
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Deskflip and my friend
I'm proud of mine and it's coming along nicely but I've only been playing a few weeks so it's still relatively small (just finished the power plant). Plus my friends list is full right now.
Mine - teegy93
EDIT. Actually a friend just told me my Springfield was "beer goggle doable" so never mind. Don't add me.
Aww, I like your town!
I like to think that makes my town more "organic". It has grown the way a real town would. I have made an industrial park, a row of city shops and I'm working on the town center. I don't have a Town Hall yet. I have a neighborhood and crooked roads and uneven intersections. I told my wife that reflects my rural upbringing! Most nice Springfields look like cities, mine looks more like a small town.
Add me and see: WarriorAL
I didn't want to define what I consider attractive. Since I posted this there have been more than a few people who added me that I instantly deleted because I hate their city. I like creativity and well-planned myself. I'm okay with people totally rearranging their city but it may or may not be necessary.
I can define what I don't consider attractive:
-Mass groups of brown, purple, blue, white or orange houses
-Houses placed such that they don't enter on to anything at all
-Objects put in places that make no sense
-No regard for position of objects
I consider mine attractive (though I am not even 22). I have seen a few cities that I like better then mine but I won't post them because I don't want them to get flooded. I will admit that there really is no right and wrong.
Currently saving to expand land and build a town and cementary