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Feedback wanted: Where are you getting stuck?
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I'm getting stuck at around a population of 8000. Can't seem to get beyond 8200. I do a lot of variation on my zoning and I've even brought colonies back from large debt by changing zoning. That has helped increase the population along with making the habitats as large a possible. My current max size is 410 meter radius by 410 meters long cylinder with end caps of -0.2. I improve access to the zones with an extensive road system. I help the colony remain profitable by making sure there is an abundance of zoning for farming. Particularly for low and medium density. I have rarely/never seen anyone build on a high density farming zone so I don't use those anymore. I typically wind up with an annual income of around $500 million and my colonies have available funds of a $1 billion or more. I've noticed that farms are the only thing that produce income via exports in this game. None of businesses are the type that would have exports.

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Athena
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(12-22-2017, 04:34 PM)JoeStrout Wrote:
(12-22-2017, 04:15 PM)AthenaRoberts Wrote: I second the motion to add an indicator for water usage!  :-)

OK, OK!  Smile  In the meantime, I recommend planting some trees.  Trees and grass will turn brown when water is tight, so you can use that as an indicator (well, in addition to the big blinking water icons on the buildings, of course!).

I agree. That's usually been my guide.  That and people complaining about a lack of water or the quality of it.
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RE: Feedback wanted: Where are you getting stuck? - AthenaRoberts - 12-22-2017, 04:35 PM

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