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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 948d ago | article

Working Up SimCity Wealth

EA writes:

"Hello again everyone! Previously, I talked to you about how roads affect density and how you get a city started in SimCity, so today I want to talk about how to make your city grow in Wealth. Wealthy Sims bring with them high rises and skyscrapers, as well as needs that others Sims will hardly complain about. Despite having a lower population density, these Sims are more demanding, and much harder to keep around. In the end, wealthy Sims can be a boon to your city, providing significantly more income than other Sims if managed well, or a burden if you aren’t up to the task." (PC, SimCity)

Credit url: joystiq.com
claud3  +   948d ago
i will still go on about this... Why solo online only, makes no sense

you have lost another gamer

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