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Ten Maxis Match "Value" Mirror Recolours

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Uploaded: 22nd Aug 2007 at 1:35 AM
Updated: 28th Jun 2009 at 7:32 AM - Repaired the broken image links

Ten Maxis Match "Value" Mirror Recolours


These downloads contain recolours of the base game "Reflective Glass Mirror", also called the "Value" or simply the "Cheap" Mirror, that sells for §100 and has an Environment value of 1.

The mirrors in SDmirrorvalue_krampt.zip match the four cabinet colours of the base game Krampt Industries Value Counter that sells for §140, as shown above.

As shown in the two pictures above, the SDmirrorvalue_culture.zip collection matches the five cabinet colours of the base game Counter Culture Surface that sells for §200. In addition, a white recolour is included that matches the white counter itself.

For more in this base game Maxis Match series, please see the 8+ Maxis Match "Value" Mirror Completion Set.

You may include these recolours in any uploaded lots, whether for free or pay - although it would be nice if you included a credit in the description and sent me a PM. Apart from using them in lots, I would prefer that you not upload these collections or portions of them elsewhere, if only because such duplication can cause confusion.

Additional Credits:

SimPE 6.0, which makes it all possible
Corel WEB.PhotoPaint, for making the recolours
Microsoft Photo Editor, for re-attaching the back to the mirror and for file conversion
BaseGameStarter Pro, so handy for testing base game compliance and speeding up the development process
Attribute Change 5.30, used to adjust a file's date and timestamp, which puts the recolours together in consecutive order, with the most recent recolour being the one furthest to the left. Thus the mirrors are arranged in alphabetical order within the catalogue popup display from right to left. You might also want to keep each collection in separate subdirectories, which will also keep them together in the catalogue display.