2016 — High Rossferry City reboot. 2014 — The status of High Rossferry City at this time. High Rossferry City is still active after working on the city minecraft mediafire 2011.

We are still expanding the city, High Rossferry City with new buildings, houses and infastructure. High Rossferry City is on Bukkit 1. And will remain there until Bukkit 1. Then we plan to issue a new version of the High Rossferry City World Map. We will then also release a new version of High Rossferry Resource Pack x265, for you to download. Every building is accessible and built in a realistic way.

There are many quirks and funny hidden area’s. We are working on it since June 2011. Our goal is not to create a city as fast as we can, our goal is to make it perfect in every little detail. And architects like Mies van der Rohe and Rietveld. There are many references to art, science, music and movies, all over the city. Although he’s not as much involved with architecture as Dydtor, his interest is very much there and the creativity he uses for his job also helps to shape High Rossferry City.

He’s always working on multiple projects at the same time. Given the depth of High Rossferry City, from little details to the grand shaping of the entire world, he’s the one to always keep the overview and the main focus of the city’s design. If you want to share or use this world map or the resource pack in any way, modified or otherwise, ask permission. Minecraft content and materials are trademarks and copyrights of Mojang AB and its licensors. High Rossferry is not affiliated with Mojang. Sildur’s Shaders is a shaders pack that focuses on options. Many shaders packs out there have some heavy limitations, such as only working for Microsoft operating systems or only functioning on higher end computers.

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