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TRICKS AND PLAYING TIPS
Millionaire’s Tool: A
businessman’s day is busy and this game makes it easy for you to manage
your city. You can use the screenshot below as reference as we go
through each element within the interface. Your progress bars are all
on top, starting with the orange one at the left that indicates what
level you are at and how many experience points you still need to reach
the next one. Your wealth bars are on the right side. The green bar
shows how much liquid you are in terms of millionaire dollars. Beside
it is the number of millionaire gold you currently have. Your net worth
is indicated in the top middle and if you click on your headquarters,
it will show a run down of your company’s value. Take note that
everything (your buildings, land, gold and money) is translated into
millionaire dollars for you. There are five tools that you will be
using throughout the game: Multi-Tool, Plots, Shop, Road and Destroy.
To do most of the activities, your multi-tool will be used to collect
rent and earnings from your houses and commercial buildings; click
through the other tools; and find out more information on your other
buildings. The Plot tool is needed to buy new land for you to build
your structures. The Shop tool will let you purchase more buildings,
decorations and wonders. The Road tool is self explanatory and good
thing it is free so you can use this as much as you like. Lastly, the
Destroy tool will remove anything you don’t want to be seen in your
city (except your headquarters). As of this writing you can’t move
things around so this tool is to be used when you need to organize your
Houses and Commercial Buildings:
It is your goal to build your city from the ground up. Building houses
and adding commercial buildings will fuel your business. Go to your
shop and choose a house that has been unlocked at your current level.
Mousing over each one will indicate how long it will take to build your
house and the plot size needed to construct it. For commercial
buildings, the area of “influence” is added to serve as a guide for you
to plan ahead and decide where to build it. It is recommended that you
construct it in the middle of an area and leave space around it for
houses. Take note that building each structure will reward you
corresponding experience points to help you level up.
out your Real Estate: Your
houses need to be rented out to people who would like to stay in your
city. Having a variety of houses built will be beneficial in the long
run. There are several contracts available for each house that you can
choose from. An image will appear that looks like a contract above your
house and this means it is empty and the house is ready to be rented.
Clicking on it will open the contracts window. Mousing over each
contract will show your potential income based on the collection time,
experience points you will get after collection and number of tenants.
Each contract you sign will cost you dollars as shown on the window.
You have the option to cancel a contract if needed at any point, which
will refund you 50% of the contract price. Take note that each house
will not have the same unlocked contracts at your current level. For
example, the bungalow can accept students and athletes at level 5 but a
luxurious townhouse can only do this at level 7 and 8. During
collection time, an image showing dollars will appear at the top of
your house. Clicking on it will reward you experience points and the
rental income. Remember to come back as soon as possible since these
contracts expire at a certain time. Your tenants will leave and you
will not get anything if this happens.
Neighbors Upgrade Buildings:
Your friends will continuously build their city and you can help them
increase their net worth. By visiting them, you have the chance to
upgrade 5 buildings a day. Look for houses that are not sparkling and a
green star will appear to indicate you’re good to go to upgrade.
houses can only be upgraded once a day, if another friend has upgraded
them within 24 hours, you can’t upgrade them further. You have to wait
for the opportunity it resets and visit them again. Some of your
friend’s houses can’t be upgraded if there is no contract associated
with it. You are rewarded 10 experience points and 100 dollars for
every house you upgrade.
You can expand your city and buy more land as you progress through the
game. You can expand on each side based on your preference. As you add
more expansions, each purchase will increase in price. Buying land is
expensive at this point amounting to close to 3 million dollars.
businessman needs an advisor to help them run the business. Ronald
Goldtooth or Cindy Jewels are available. Click on their picture at the
bottom to open up the missions window. Each level will provide you a
number of missions to fulfill and will reward you millionaire dollars
or gold. Fulfilling them will help in your cash flow.
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your City for Max Profit:
It’s easy find any available space to construct houses, commercial
buildings, and decorative items. But, without proper planning, you will
end up having a city that won’t maximize your earnings. Here is a guide
and some tips to organize your city so you can increase your net worth
quicker and beneficial long term. Before you start building, make your
mark and claim your city by changing its name. You start off with
Chocolate Fields as the default but you can edit it by fulfilling a
mission provided by your advisor. Take note you can only do this once!
Think of a name before you choose to accept this mission. Building
roads is free so most players would be tempted to build as many as they
can. It should be the last to be built on a certain area. If you build
roads early on, you will have more gaps to deal with and might be
forced to build only bungalows instead of having enough space to
construct higher valued houses. Start by looking at your available
houses and look how much land you need to cover to build them. You can
then look at your commercial buildings and do the same. Count the
squares if you have to. You now know which houses will fit in that land
area. Now, build your commercial building first and place it in the
middle. It’s easier if you buy the plots first to give you a more
visual representation of where it’s going to be constructed. The image
above is where a flower shop will be placed. Since some houses have
been pre-built, you can then use this as your guide and work around
with what you have. Decorations can be placed last once you’ve filled
the area. The example above is a bit of a mistake and the cypress trees
will eventually be destroyed to make room for buildings. By doing this,
you can then maximize the earnings the flower shop. Remember, you can’t
move things around in Millionaire City so plan accordingly. The Destroy
tool should be used only for decorations but avoid using it for high
valued buildings. Eventually you will need to destroy bungalows when
you have the extra cash. This will make room for houses that give you
more rental income. Lastly, including “Wonders” can beautify your city
and increase all of your houses’ income. Since there is no influence
area to consider to get the bonus, you can build them away from houses
or commercial buildings and keep them separate. You can build roads
around them if you like.
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