UPDATED 9th June 2011
Welcome to Sandpoint
World Name: Sandpoint
World Size: 2048x2048
Number of Lots: 120
Commercial Lots: 77
Residential Lots: 43
Occupied Lots: 0
Number of Residents: 0
It uses all Expansions and stuff packs upto Generations.
Find all the secrets in this most compelling world I've made so far. Sandpoint is not just a world, it's adventure neighborhood full of secrets and treasures. Unlock the secrets of this world, or just relax and play the world like any other world. A beautiful city nestled on the side of some breathtaking Scenery, including an active volcano, a golf course, and of course the old derelict mine.DOWNLOAD LINK
When you view the link, click Add to game not save file, currently seems to be some update compatibility problem with the save button
Lets start with some bad news, not usual the best thing to do when you are about to showcase a world, I could not get the Sky clouds to stick in the world after uploading. Instructions on how to add the sky will follow on thread below this, for people who hate following instructions and messing about with caw files the saved game that will be released soon will already have the sky sorted out for you.
I was wondering on how to showcase a world, should I show individual lots, in the end I just take about 30 pictures of the world, so here you go, no you don't after view 30 picture I narrowed it down to my favorite pictures:-
The Salish Tribes, specifically the Kalispel and the Kootenai built encampments on the shore of Lake Pend Oreille every summer, fished, made baskets of cedar, and collected huckleberries before returning to either Montana or Washington in the fall. The encampments ended before 1930.
Sandpoint is play tested, contains a nice selections spawners, many new features from the new expansion set and dungeons.
In August 2006, Sandpoint and the Panida Theater were host to the first international film festival in Northern Idaho. The Lakedance International Film Festival, as it is now known, has become one of the largest of its kind in the Northwestern United States, with around 50 independent movie screenings at The Panida Theater and other venues, and other film related events. This festival, along with The Festival at Sandpoint, and Lost-in-the-50's, among other events, continue to build Sandpoint's reputation of being an arts and culture capital of Northern Idaho and the Inland Northwest.
Nestled at the base of the Selkirk Mountains in North Idaho's Panhandle region, the community of Sandpoint can be found 60 miles south of the Canadian border and 75 miles northeast of Spokane, Washington. With a population of approximately 6,000 residents, Sandpoint is located in a land of uncompromising natural beauty on the northern shore of Lake Pend Oreille (pronounced Pon-da-ray).
A spectacular, glaciated body of water 43 miles long, Pend Oreille is the fifth deepest lake (1,158 feet at its greatest depth) in the United States with 111 miles of shoreline. Its pristine waters are a major factor in the community of Sandpoint's high ranking as a premier tourist destination.
Local businesses in and around Sandpoint include Litehouse (a national salad dressing manufacturer), Coldwater Creek (a national clothing and apparel marketer), Encoder Products, and Percussion Aire (medical instrumentation).
Since 2002, Sandpoint has been home to Quest Aircraft the manufacturer of the Kodiak, a ten-seat, single-engine, turboprop airplane designed and produced to meet the needs of missionary and humanitarian organizations that travel to remote regions of the world.
Sandpoint,Idaho has a dry-summer continental climate (Köppen Dsb) with cold, snowy winters and hot, drier summers. The record low was −37 °F (−38 °C) on December 30, 1968, while the record high was 104 °F (40 °C) recorded on both July 20, 1923 and July 24, 1994.
Please be aware there is going to be 2 version of Sandpoint a Nightlife and Generations version, some of the photo are from one version or other, there is a few slight differences in the world lots, but the basic world is still the same.
Many thanks for viewing.