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Discussion in 'Game Play Support' started by mercato, Jun 5, 2020.

  1. mercato

    mercato Unskilled Worker

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    Hi, how does the city view its resource needs?
    My city has 2600 inhabitants.
    It produces 2.3 heavy industry tokens, with a requirement of 1.3.
    Unemployment is at 6%
    All other resources are balanced.
    Is there a way to increase the need for heavy industry?
     
  2. Project_Oz

    Project_Oz Mayor

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    Water used by ->Farm ->comercial building.
    Water/waste/oil/ electricity (no’t sure and can’t ENTER the Game to test) ->Heavy industry->manufacturing + office->high Tech.
    All industry, and rezidențial building (don’t remember comercial building) generate Money That you use to pay FOR leisure, roads and new buildings
     

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