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Re: Home Tycoon: Feedback and General Discussion

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why does the Cilantro have a better horn than the GS 828? The horn for the GS is so light you cant even hear it but the Cilantro has a blaring horn. It would be nice to have a better horn for the GS 828? What do you think?

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Re: Home Tycoon: Feedback and General Discussion

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I love this game.

 

MY ONLY COMPLAINTS ARE:

 

You cannot move your buildings around.  You can destroy them and lose your money that you paid for.  That is not fair.  It took me 4 hours of purchasing and destroying buildings to set up my city the way I wanted it BEFORE I REALIZED that I was losing money I paid out of my own pocket and repurchasing the same items again and again and again when I relocated my buildings.

 

So, I then purchased ANOTHER NEW CITY so that I could start over.  BUT, it is the same atmosphere PLUS it does not start from scratch with your purchased buildings and missions.  It is CONTINUED from the other city.  What a rip.

 

I am so disappointed with this!

 

Now, my cities are all messed up cause I REFUSE TO DESTROY ANYMORE BUILDINGS (JUST TO RELOCATE THEM) AND LOSE MY MONEY.

 

Other than that, I feel the game is great.

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Re: Home Tycoon: Feedback and General Discussion

Oct 7, 2012

LunarEmerald wrote:

The new top city is 1,368,837.

 

A city only has 256 tiles and the building that can fit the most people is 7100. That makes 1,817,600 the absolute most a city could hold. But that number can't be achieved because your city needs roads, water and electricity. These massive cities also demonstrate that employment rate is a meaningless statistic that doesn't affect the development of your city.


Now 1,658,308. That's gotta be close to what's physically possible.

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Re: Home Tycoon: Feedback and General Discussion

Oct 7, 2012

mwf77 wrote:

Quick question so i just finished the mission where you have to place 6 maple tree subdivisions and i did that and i got the next phone call but skipped through it now theres no more phone calls and idk what im supposed to be doing D:


Try checking your Planner Mode in the office and see if there is an "!" (exclaimation) in the middle icon under ACTIVITY. Then choose the activity with the "!", if there is one. I hope this works for you.   :smileyhappy:

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What is the 7100 building? Do you purchase it?
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Re: Home Tycoon: Feedback and General Discussion

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jjmcg28 wrote:
What is the 7100 building? Do you purchase it?

Luxury Life Tower. It costs 45 coins.

 

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Re: Home Tycoon: Feedback and General Discussion

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Have a question about the workers, currently we can have 30/30 workers, If we were to buy the one where you have 100+ workers, do we keep them, or do we have to buy more workers everytime.

In other words, if I buy say 100 workers, do I keep them forever?
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Re: Home Tycoon: Feedback and General Discussion

Oct 7, 2012

@ TJMVoyager

 

No you have to keep buying more workers, we can only keep the original 30, which I think is major BS. :smileymad:

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Re: Home Tycoon: Feedback and General Discussion

Oct 7, 2012

RiverCreek wrote:

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I love this game.

 

MY ONLY COMPLAINTS ARE:

 

You cannot move your buildings around.  You can destroy them and lose your money that you paid for.  That is not fair.  It took me 4 hours of purchasing and destroying buildings to set up my city the way I wanted it BEFORE I REALIZED that I was losing money I paid out of my own pocket and repurchasing the same items again and again and again when I relocated my buildings.

 

So, I then purchased ANOTHER NEW CITY so that I could start over.  BUT, it is the same atmosphere PLUS it does not start from scratch with your purchased buildings and missions.  It is CONTINUED from the other city.  What a rip.

 

I am so disappointed with this!

 

Now, my cities are all messed up cause I REFUSE TO DESTROY ANYMORE BUILDINGS (JUST TO RELOCATE THEM) AND LOSE MY MONEY.

 

Other than that, I feel the game is great.


Didn't Hellfire aready replyed 'bout this? can't remember what reply is that


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Re: Home Tycoon: Feedback and General Discussion

Oct 7, 2012

What Home Tycoon isn't: (Sim City preview) 

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