ERBAUEN SIE STÄDTE, GESTALTEN SIE EINE GANZE WELT Bei Cities XL Platinum können Sie Städte aller nur erdenklichen Formen und Größen auf dem Cities XL-Planeten designen, erbauen und miteinander verbinden! Erbauen Sie noch beeindruckendere Städte als jemals zuvor! Bei Cities XL Platinum erwartet Sie eine riesige Auswahl an über 1.
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11. Dezember 2014

THE CITIES XXL TEASER TRAILER

The world's largest city builder is back!

The Cities XL franchise returns with Cities XXL: a bigger, better city builder pushing the city limits to the edge of your imagination, as seen in the stunning world reveal trailer. Running on a vastly improved game engine, Cities XXL offers classic and extended city-building content, including over 1000+ buildings, 70+ maps including new landscapes and environments, and ecological features making CitiesXXL the 'greenest' Cities XL game yet.

Discover in the first Cities XXL video the sprawling cityscapes and city-life in action, to get a sense of the scale and grandeur of the game:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVdOHaei_uQ

As you'll see in the video, CitiesXXL lets you design and build a sprawling metropolis across many different landscapes and maps, with varying available resources - from oil to fertile farm land - to keep the denizens of your city content. Featuring four classes of citizens spanning four densities of housing, you'll watch as your cosmopolitan paradise grows from a quiet suburban town to huge economic powerhouse.

With varying road-sizes, including curved roads, bridges, and tunnels unlocked from the start, you'll be able to plan the entrance to your city and its layout before you start plotting its city-scape. As it grows, take advantage of a unique richly detailed street-level view, and meet the citizens as they drive to work, ski, play basketball, or even parachute of the top of towers in unprecedented detail for the genre.

Cities XXL features low-level city management mechanics, such as local air and noise pollution levels illustrated with the new stream-lined UI, and beauty hot-spots suitable for holiday locations to supplement cash-flow.
At citizen management level, you'll be able to track a person's route to work in order to best manage transport from sea, underground and over-ground rail, or air. Cut-down on traffic queues with the park and ride and busses, or even bike hire - reducing that carbon footprint!

Now with Steam Workshop support and streamlined modding, it has never been easier and quicker to share and download user-created content for a Cities XL game. With Cities XXL, you'll be able to use widely available free tools online to create your content and upload it to the Steam Workshop, for all players to download it right through Steam!

To find out why Cities XXL helps you to build a bigger, better world, see the feature break-down below:

  • Over 70 huge maps across multiple terrains and landscapes, from the tropics to the mountains and all in between.
  • Region specific roads to match your country: French, English, German, etc.
  • Over 1000 buildings, many with civilian activity animations to enjoy at street level
  • Greener options for the environment conscious, such as the park and ride, bike hire, and ability to upgrade industrial buildings to reduce emissions
  • Unprecedented detail for the city builder genre, with multiple sky-boxes to choose from and a dynamic time-of-day
  • Steam Workshop support to easily create, share and download new content

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Über dieses Spiel

ERBAUEN SIE STÄDTE, GESTALTEN SIE EINE GANZE WELT

Bei Cities XL Platinum können Sie Städte aller nur erdenklichen Formen und Größen auf dem Cities XL-Planeten designen, erbauen und miteinander verbinden!
Erbauen Sie noch beeindruckendere Städte als jemals zuvor! Bei Cities XL Platinum erwartet Sie eine riesige Auswahl an über 1.000 Gebäuden und Bauwerken (darunter 50 brandneue Strukturen), die Sie nach Belieben auf mehr als 60 gigantischen Karten mit verschiedenen Terrains und unglaublich vielen Details platzieren können.

Übernehmen Sie die Rolle eines virtuellen Bürgermeisters und stellen Sie sich der Lösung der Probleme, vor denen alle Städteplaner heutzutage stehen, zum Beispiel Energieknappheit oder öffentlicher Nahverkehr. Tragen Sie den wachsenden Ansprüchen Ihrer Bürger Rechnung und finden Sie die perfekte Balance aus verschiedenen Faktoren wie Wohnungsbau sowie Erholungs - und Arbeitsangeboten. Spezialisieren Sie Ihre Städte und bauen Sie ein Handelsnetzwerk mit Nachbarstädten auf, um dank eines ständig komplexer werdenden Netzwerks von Metropolen Ihren finanziellen Erfolg im großen Rahmen zu sichern!

Hauptmerkmale:

  • Über 1.000 verschiedene Gebäude
  • 60 gigantische Karten
  • Kümmern Sie sich um die Anliegen Ihrer Bürger: Arbeitsplätze, Wohnraum, Freizeit und noch vieles mehr
  • Managen Sie einen großen Wirtschaftsraum

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • OS: WINDOWS XP SP3/WINDOWS VISTA SP1/WINDOWS 7/WINDOWS 8
    • Processor: AMD/INTEL 2.5 GHZ
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB 100% DIRECTX 9 COMPATIBLE ATI RADEON HD 3850/NVIDIA GEFORCE 8800 OR HIGHER
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 9 GB HD space
    • Sound: COMPATIBLE DIRECTX 9.0
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24 von 33 Personen (73%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
10.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Dezember 2014
Das Spiel selbst finde ich garnicht so schlecht, die Performance jedoch wird immer miserabler, um so größer die Stadt wird. Dies führt dazu, dass ich es nicht auch meinem System spielen kann.

Mein Pc:
Grafik: ATI Radeon R9 270 IceQX² (2GB GDDR5)
CPU: AMD A10-7850K (Taktfrequenz: 4x3.70GHz, Turbo: 4x4.00GHz)
RAM: G.SKILL 16 GB (2133 MHz, CL 9)
Festplatte: WD SE 2TB (7200 upm)
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4 von 7 Personen (57%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
10.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. März
Eigentlich klingen die Features des Spiels ziemlich gut. man kann riesige Städte bauen, Skigebiete errichten, Urlaubsresorts bauen, komplexe Strassen- Metro- und Busnetze konstruieren und das alles in großen, abwechslungsreichen Landschaften. Das Problem ist nur: All das macht kaum Spass. Einerseits hat man immer extrem viel Geld, andererseits schafft man es kaum, alle Bedürfnisse der Bewohner hinreichend zu befriedigen. Zwar gibt es sehr viele detaillierte Statistikkarten, so sieht man zwar, dass dort und dort zu wenige Einkaufsmöglichkeiten vorhanden sind, allerdings kann man da gegen nichts unternehmen, egal wie viele Geschäfte man noch baut (Nur ein Besipiel.) Deswegen ist das Spiel schnell ziemlich frustrierend. Man bekommt auch keinerlei Angaben, wieviele Arbeitskräfte genau in einem Gebäude Arbeiten können, oder wie viel eine Farbik produziert, man sieht immer nur ob man zu viel oder zu wenig von einer Ressource hat. Deswegen ist es extrem schwer zu planen. Die Bedienung ist an sich einfach, man kann vieleckige Gebiete bauen, die dann automatisch optimal ausgefüllt werden (meistens). Auch das Handelssystem ist gelungen: Man kann zwischen den unzähligen Städten, die man auf seinem Planeten gründen kann, mit Ressourcen handeln.
Die Grafik ist soweit gut, die Landschaften und die vielfältigen Gebäude sind detailliert. Jedoch ruckelt das Spiel spätestens ab 500.000 Einwohnern in der Panoramaansicht extrem, auch auf meiner GTX 760, und das rechtfertigt die Grafik keineswegs. Da hilft auch mein Sechskernprozessor nichts, da die Simulation eh nur einen Kern ausnutzt.
Positiv zu verzeichnend ist auch der gute Mod-Support.
Zusammendfassend kann man sagen: Eigentlich ist das Spiel im Kern gut- aber dadurch, dass man kaum konkrete Zahlen bekommt, wird es schnell unmotivierend, da man die Bedürfnisse der Einwohner kaum vollständig befriedigen kann.
Mein Tipp: Kauft euch das Spiel jetzt nicht, wartet bis Cities: Skylines rauskommt, welches ja einen ganz guten Eindruck macht.
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8 von 16 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
32.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 20. Dezember 2014
Grafik good,Performance very Bad if the City getting larger.
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73 von 81 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
22.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. November 2014
I will recommend this game, but be cautious. This game gets insanely difficult, and fast. Once you get access to basic utilities, like water, power, and oil, it can be so easy to bankrupt your city by trying to offer all of these to your city at once. This game runs on supply and demand. If you're producting a lot of oil, and your city can't pay for it (not that your city won't demand it; they just won't be able to pay for it), your city will lose money by extracting more oil than what it can pay for. This goes with about a dozen different resources the game takes into account. You can also have not enough resources. This makes things rather complicated, because you will always run into a scenario in which your city needs more resources than it can pay for, even if you trade with other cities.

Your city will always be plagued with problems once you get to a significant population. Traffic is always a problem. Always. There is no way to really mend the traffic problem. The tourism also really doesn't make much sense to me.

However, I recommend this game because it's kind of realistic. You can't make everyone happy. You can't "pre-plan" your city by making interstates in a town with 200 population. You have to build your city up and then create those, causing you to have to re-route traffic and demolish structures so you can work on your interstate system, which is a headache I bet most leaders in transportatioon have. You will have to have a ghetto and also a rich population. Your citizens will get bored. The game is also beautiful and zooming into ground level gives a lot of awesome views.
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136 von 186 Personen (73%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2 Personen fanden dieses Review lustig
23.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Oktober 2014
I'd love to give this a thumbs up, here is why I won't:

The game is great! Its fun, realistic, and you can create economies. Its definitely the best city simulator I have played.
But. And this is a big butt (*s♥♥♥♥er*)

Its so bugged and glitched out that after a little while it becomes impossible to play. Too many aspects of the game have bugs that are game breaking. For instance (and this is the most frusturating) after a while, trading with the AI company is beyond worthless, its actually harmful to trade with them because the glitch makes it that you have to pay to get rid of your goods, as if they were plague infested. I don't mean pay as in like a tarriff, I mean as in you pay as much to sell your good as they should to buy it. If you can't trade you can't expand, and if you can't expand the game is done.

Fun, but broken. Please fix. Until then, don't buy this game.
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110 von 147 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
0.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Dezember 2014
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Graphics:
+ colorful game world
+ many different house models
- barely animated versions (residents, vehicles)
- many buildings not animated (ferris wheel!)

Atmosphere:
+ from the distance lively cities (road!)
- in the close-up happened to little
- feedback only in text windows without speech

Sound:
+ unobtrusive music
- who like to pause
- hardly sound effects (only when clicking on some buildings)
- total sound spartan

Balance:
+ comprehensible connections
+ many Procedure documentation
- difficult to estimate how many buildings of a type you should build

Start Position:
+ different resources
+ different types of landscape
- otherwise no differences
- start-up phase always the same

AI:
+ populations respond to changes
+ realistic impact of your decisions
- no life of their own individual residents

Units:
+ residential building in different quality and density
- different production do not affect (agriculture!)
- too few special buildings

Endless Game:
+ huge cities possible
+ ideal for optimizer
- no variation due to special events
- no intermediate goals

Game Size:
+ solo playtime around 20 hours
+ very large cities possible
+ various export goods
- boring trade
- relatively few types of buildings

Multiplayer: no multiplayer

The original game of Monte Cristo was taken over by the publisher Focus Home Entertainment and expanded. The basic gameplay remains: We always start our metropolis with a simple road to the edge of the map, a town hall build it, and then follow all the steps that we already know from Sim City. Creating a residential area. Create business district. Creating industrial area. There are also a few special buildings such as amusement parks and police stations, schools and fire departments. We know all before Cities XL, and unfortunately, we meet the same quirks.

Our biggest challenge in the game is the balancing of all parties. People want security, a job, free roads. The industry seeks workers and customers. And we need money and many residents to unlock gradually new building possibilities. Since there is only one free game, we have to put our own goals. Focus has indeed built one of these new-fangled successes system, but that is incorrect: With about 30,000 inhabitants, we get, for example, the cheering message "You have built your first apartment building" Ever irritate us many of the earlier so helpful feedback messages!. "The roads are completely blocked," reports a text window excitedly. But when we show the road load, everything else is just a tiny portion of red, green.

If the roads then you should be clogged times but to help the new semi-new buses and subway. Bus Stations build super simple: build terminus, click breakpoints in the streets, click the latest to the last stop - finished the round or commute. If you like, still sets the bus size, ranging from small gasoline-standard bus up to the double bus. If you have created the lines halfway sent your residents commute between home and work from then good. Especially the unskilled workers squeeze into the buses, while management and senior executives sniffed climb into her car and mosern about traffic jams.
Very expensive, but boring is the new subway. The simple fact you move underground, by connecting the endpoints. Done. If you want to see the expensive trains times, you have to click an endpoint - and will be disappointed, because the game staring them the tunnel, including web then just about the city graphic that looks strangely artificial.

The above aside, I really enjoyed my time with Cities XL Platinum. The tutorial is a competent overview of the game's features, and there is a lot of freedom here, a city exactly how you wanted to search. The variety of areas and building types is impressive, and the graphics engine can without batting zooming of an overhead satellite view in an on-the-road visibility hand.

Score: 62 / 100
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59 von 80 Personen (74%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Dezember 2014
Nice graphic, not bad gameplay, awful optimization, so just when your city grows(and it happens over 5-6 hours), playing becomes impossible. Despite the hardware you have. It just will lag. And nothing can be done with it, nobody plans to patch it. Every year this game is sold with great discount, and naive customers throw out their money. So I highly warn you against purchasing this game.
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31 von 37 Personen (84%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
16.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. Oktober 2014
I have been a fan of build and manage games ever since Populous came out on the Amiga, after that came Sim City (they were both relased 1989) and then kinda got tired of them or should I say, i grew up, Sim City got more bells and whistles, Monster invasion and crap never appealed to me.

Cities XL Plat is a hardcore city building game, it's realistic to the point nothing in a city can ever be stagnant or it fades away, the better the city the faster the problems, trying to fix to many issues, gets you new ones.

As many of these games its about keeping a balance and anticipating where once you grow your new problems will arise.

I read some negative reviews cant say I agree with any of them, as a city building game its really fun and probably has 50-100 hours of gameplay before you feels it has nothing more to give you, Sim City has more bells and whistles, but this game has hardcore realism, it reminds me of Banished.

Stability i am not sure about, no problems at all so far, intel/nvidia, nothing special.

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26 von 31 Personen (84%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
106.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. Oktober 2014
TLDR: A great city building game that could've been the best for years to come. There are too many issues though.
I still rate it 3rd for me after Simcity 3000 and 2000.

Beware of the compatability issues, performance issues, bugs and illogical things (the save menu WTF).

The city building is solid and all the info you need is available. Sometimes the city's management information is a bit hard to find, but it's there. You don't have to lay down power lines or water pipes, which I didn't like at first, but got used to. The roads can be curved in any way you want which is really cool.

The game is easy at first and the tutorials are good (not voiced though), but there is a big difficulty jump when your basic utility facilities aren't enough for your city anymore. The city will start to demand more electricity, fuel, water and waste disposal very suddenly. Also when you start building high density stuff the demands go up quite a lot.

The game also seems laid back and fun instead of taking itself super seriously. Just like Simcity 3000 did (And Simcity 4 didn't). It doesn't mean it makes the game any worse as a simulator, but more fun to play.

Graphics look really nice and are freely rotatable and zoomable 3D. You can tilt the view upwards/downwards with only 2 presets though.
I can't really get why some people complain about the graphics.
You can zoom in to see the details, which I didn't really care at first, but I found it's really cool to see your cities from the street level in the "postcard" camera mode.

Sounds are what you'd expect in a city builder and music suits the game nicely. The intro song does play a bit too much though.

I have not run in to any compatability issues with Win 7 64bit, but there are many people reporting them on the forums.

And the to the negatives:
The game runs fine when building a small city, but when the city size reaches 500k people or so it brings any computer down to below 10FPS in some situations (like making bus lines or zooming way out).
It runs only in single threaded mode, but also must be optimized poorly. Some tweaks to the game files help, but not enough to make building big cities fun.

There are some bugs like sometimes the trading does give or take more money than it should, some special building names or descriptions not showing up properly and one or two sounds not playing properly (police station is one).

And then there are these logical issues. When you click a diskette image in the menu that is labeled "Save" and in the following interface click a save thumbnail, it LOADS the save instead of saving (there is a confirmation dialog, but it's too easy to just click ok). Also it overwrites the autosave instantly at that moment.
There are more of these issues, but they're just annoyances, not wasting hours of city building!
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54 von 84 Personen (64%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
7.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. Oktober 2014
Its a great game, however with the huge memory leaks, the longer you play (or load a long playted map) the worse the lag gets, eventually it will just chain crash.

Started using 2 gigs, ended when it maxed out my 16 =\
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28 von 44 Personen (64%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. November 2014
I've read reviews and in the game Community Hub stating "Lags/Memory Leaks"
I'm like "yeah, not with my rig!

*facepalms*
I've got a very nice rig that handles NBA2k15, and other high end games. 16GB DDR3 RAM 1600Mhz and a 6 Core AMD processor XFX AMD Radeon HD 7770 graphics.....

When i hit the main menu, the game was lagging....barely responsive....then it was fine. I started the tutorial, at first, things were fine...then it started freezing, stuttering. I alt tabbed and checked task manager. Sure enough, ONE CORE of he processor was MAXED OUT and the ram was quickly filling up. ALL USED by this game...I tried to set the Affinity of the game, no luck. It was using ONE CORE of my 6 Core Processor.
I can't play it waste of money and one hell of a memory hog.

STAY AWAY!
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28 von 44 Personen (64%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
14.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 1. Dezember 2014
For its quality, the game should be called Cities XL M - Early Access (alpha).

This game was fun but very disappointing. The save feature doesn't work and the game is too slow with even a small city of <25,000 people. I saved my game multiple times with different names while I was playing. The game eventually slowed down so much that it was frustrating to play. I saved again, quit the game and restarted it. When I restarted it only a single autosave from hours ago remained. This game does not meet the barest standards of quality.
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14 von 19 Personen (74%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
18.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. Oktober 2014
After the big disappointments the last 2 Sim Cities were this game is just what you need to scratch that city planning/building inch. Once you get the hang of it, and understand how the supply/demand and resources work in this game you are set to do pretty much anything you want. The mode where you can handpick any buildings is the best part IMHO, something I always wished vanilla Sim City 4 had.
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5 von 5 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
241.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. September 2014
I love this game the modding comunity has given life to my creations and this games life...the lag does exist. Simply back out of your city and reenter takes 3 minutes...problem solved. You can also change your computers cores while playing this game and it will not crash. This game should of been made to support multicore, but it didn't so I work around it and it is a game that has given me allot of enjoyment.
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7 von 9 Personen (78%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
28.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. November 2014
Good game, what Simcity 2013 lacks can all be found here, though the visuals won't be as good.
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10 von 15 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. Oktober 2014
A good game, and fun from the very start of gameplay. The tutorials are very good at explaining how to use MOST of the features, however some require some experimentation to be able to master. Overall, a good game, however the optimisation is not the best, and the game can get very slow with framerates when you start to get larger cities. I would say that this game is better than a possible alternative Sim City 2013, of which I have played for a considerable time more than 100 hours. This game has got one way streets, a vast range of landmarks, and a good menu structure, and I would recommend it to all people who like city planning or building simulators. I would give the game a 6.5/10 due to the lack of optimisation overall.
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15 von 26 Personen (58%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
4.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. Oktober 2014
It's what the New SimCity should have been

Is good looking, can be played offline, has huge maps and alot more challange.
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
6.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 16. November 2014
Good Game. Just complicated enough but not to complicated.
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
63.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. Oktober 2014
Really awesome city builder, completely recommend to anyone who wants to build an amazing dream city of their own to as customizability is insane. also not to mention one of my favorite aspects too is the mods which if you do get this game GET SOME MODS theirs a site called XL Nation and they got add-ons beyond imagining from the community. they got buildings, plopables (props and scenery), even some mods that allot stuff like free camera and even adding features in your city that were not in the game at all like Promenades, air and sea ways and even railways, bus and bike lanes, and the list just goes on. So for this city builder all I can say is some stability issues like what past people said like if your city gets too large lower your graphic levels unless you want major lag. other than that though it’s a great city builder, maybe not the entire best but also a real nice sim city supplement for those disappointed with EAs recent release too or just for people looking for a more modern SimCity like game to adapt to if they wana try something different. 8/10
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. März
Just great. If I ever want an update to this game
I have to pay for the updated version.
Biggest ripoff ever.
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