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A certain Sim City enthusiast who goes by the moniker Skimbal has created a set of 3D-printed buildings based on the virtual urbanisms of “favorite computer game of all time” Sim City 2000. Modeled on Google Sketch-Up and printed at ten times the scale to allow for greater detail, the colorful set of architectural touchstones fit together in multiple combinations to form a gridded tabletop metropolis that can be assembled and disassembled with ease.

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