Description:childrens playground, just a simple base with 3 activities, a slide off of one side, a tunnel slide off the other, and a pole with two swings off the other.
Wants:include dimensions, and make an IDW for each part, and an IDW for the assembled playground, each part of playground a different color. something like the sketch in the picture attached
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