Do you play the game Cities Skylines? If you do then you probably use assets and mods from the Steam Workshop to make your gaming experience more enjoyable and allow you to do more with your game like unlocking all 81 tiles and much more. I use modes like 81 Tiles 2 and Extra Landscaping Tools. There are hundreds of mods to choose from but you need to be careful because some are out of date and not compatible with the current game updates and might cause you problems. I only use modes I need to use to avoid conflict problems. I have also created some of my assets for personal use and shared them on the steamworkshop one of them is called AMG – Public Library and has a bigger radius and allows 1000 people to use the library. It’s the same for the schools I created they all have 10000 each. I tried other mods but found them to allow 9999999999 pupils and that can be too much for one area and can cause over-educated worker problems so that was the reason I created my own. I have shared maps I have created like my latest one called AMG-Isles2 using the Boreal Base Theme. It has big waterfalls and a lot of water coming from them and might cause flooding if you mess around with the land too much. The map might be removed and replaced with an updated version at any time. Like me you are probably looking forward to Cities: Skylines II being released on Monday the 24th of October 2023 it will cost £41 for the basic game and £74.99 for the Ultimate Edition on Steam. Some YouTube creators have early access to Cities: Skylines II like Biffa Plays Indie Games I watched his channel and he is very good at what he does and has been playing Cities: Skylines II showing us how the game works and what it will be like. If you like his content and channel subscribe to see more content from him. Cities: Skylines II is still being updated and in the Beta stage so some things might change and might not be the same as what you see in Biffa’s videos.
Often wonder if there is a way to get all of the Cities Skylines DLC for free. If you know where to look using your search engine you might find the right dll files. You have to be very careful because some might contain malware that installs annoying programs on your computer or viruses that take over your computer leaving you vulnerable to attacks from hackers. I obtained the DLC from a Youtube channel and have tested the files and they all work perfectly without any problems so I thought I would share them on my website with you. You can purchase all the Cities Skylines DLC from Steam and will cost you over £160 to download all of them. All you need to do is download the zip files below and extract the cream_api.ini, steam_api64.dll, and steam_api60_o.dll files into your Cities Skylines game folder that should look something like mine. I am using Steam so it will be E:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Cities_Skylines. Remember your SSD or HDD letter will be different to mine. Mine is E:\ because it a another SSD. If yours is on yours is on the same drive as your operating system then it will be C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Cities_Skylines. Having all the DLC will enable you to use all of my game maps like AMG – Winterland and AMG – Isles3. Winterland had a population of 200000 and both maps are still work in progress but you can download and use them. You will need all the mods and assets used with the maps as well and should be prompted to subscribe to them. If you have any problems just let me know via the comment section of the maps or assets on Steam and I will have a look at them.