Date Added:Jan. 18, 2006
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Easy you can chop,slice,dice what you need
none for what this is
saves time building each building. with this I just have to add detail
It does work if you already have software like Bryce.
The abrupt resolution change cannot be good for your computer. Probably just speeds up the generatio a little, why bother?
I liked it because it worked but I didn't like the temporary resolution change and it is probably confusing if like me, you don't always read the 'Read Me' file first.To make it work you have to use the f letter key on your keyboard [between D and G] with the down arrow and spacebar keys to perform the function of regenerating a city map and making a copy of that map in the software folder.
That was fine however, the bitmap created had to be converted to a jpeg and imported into Bryce 5.5 after creating a new terrain. To do that you click the mountain icon, [3rd top left], then E for edit, then in editing tools click picture, then load, then navigate to and import the city map, copy and paste imported map from 1st to 2nd window,click apply and and your map should appear in the centre screen and your city in the preview on the right. Click the tick on bottom right of your screen to import into your original terrain. You can then render the image, then click edit at the top of your bryce screen and then the little arrow at the side to bring down the materials pallette to add texture of some sort to your selected city.
All this is not very obvious to anyone who downloads this software expecting a city to unfold before them. Perhaps that is the most annoying thing about it.
To start off, every time this program starts, it changes the screen resolution to something like 640x480. In fact, it is so small, the screenshot you see when you click the "View Larger" button at the top of this page is actual size! After it accually runs, it's useless! All it does is fill the small screen with circles and squares.
Reply by jkat1 on July 31, 2011
Try this: When you get a desired cityscape, open MS Paint (Win only) key on PrntScrn & go to Paint and click Paste. You can size without pixelating. Then put the image in PS and size not more than 15% larger if desired. You can save any variation while working the software.
Does exaclty what it says and does it well.
The people moaning below didn't read the description properly. It says that it generates files to import into Bryce, and it does.
It changes your screen resolution but that takes seconds to change back so not really a problem.
makes it simple to create cities in bryce - notto be used standalone
It does exactly what it says. It creates bitmaps to import into BRYCE and does it well, It never said it would make 3d landscapes by itself.
It changes your resolution instead of making a window.
none, it totally sucks
if there was a "0 star" option, i wouldve chosen it. all the program is is just a bunch of randomized circles and squares, and it puts your computer screen into an 800x600 size. if you click the download button, you're just wasting your time.
Reply by mrscience00 on August 19, 2006
The randomized circles and squares can be imported into Bryce terrains, which create realistic cityscapes when rendered.
When I started it in was in a really weird resoulution which I could deal with but then I realized there was no program it was just a ton of multicolored blocks!!!!????....
Reply by archangel22 on December 29, 2007
Before you use a product you need to:
a. Read the instructions listed in the publishers description
and b. Own the product this program is meant to supplement.
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|Publisher web site||http://bentibbetts.net/|
|Release Date||January 18, 2006|
|Date Added||January 18, 2006|
|Category||Graphic Design Software|
|Subcategory||3D Modeling Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server, Bryce terrains|
|Downloads Last Week||1|