I need water badly as well as other resources. My city is at 130k and all of the above is gone. People join then leave and ive got no one to purchase necessities from. I have enough problems running my own city without having to worry about creating others to farm from. A single player with ai controlled cities is desperately needed. I literally have no water and have had to pause my city.
I did TRY building a neighbor city but it kept freezing within a few minutes. What a bust. --- 4 more years? Sigh.....
#2darkace77450Posted 3/6/2013 2:15:18 AM
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#3Paint_ChipsPosted 3/6/2013 2:54:02 AM
Which maps have 0 access to water? --- Steam ID: MegaMek
#4RepublicanThug(Topic Creator)Posted 3/6/2013 8:03:44 AM
Which maps have 0 access to water?
The ones that use it all within a few hours of SUCCESSFUL city expansion I suppose. It HAD water when I started and within a population of 110k to 120 k it dried up. --- 4 more years? Sigh.....
#5IAmGobPosted 3/6/2013 8:05:43 AM
I was hoping for AI controlled cities in my region as well.... :( --- GT-IAmG0b That's a Zero...
#6Lunacy182Posted 3/6/2013 8:08:29 AM
Can't you get supplies shipped in from the global market? I thought I saw something about that in the tutorial. I'm not sure though, I wasn't paying attention. --- The above text is the opinion of the poster. "How do I screen shot real life?" - Xeeh_Bitz
#7RepublicanThug(Topic Creator)Posted 3/6/2013 8:12:07 AM
Can't you get supplies shipped in from the global market? I thought I saw something about that in the tutorial. I'm not sure though, I wasn't paying attention.
I get oil that way but for some reason not water. And that would probably be astronomically expensive since water is TYPICALLY everywhere --- 4 more years? Sigh.....
#8Gibbs0o0Posted 3/6/2013 9:56:01 AM
Wouldn't that make water super cheap since high supply, low demand? --- XBL: G1bb0s
#9Dave_is_my_namePosted 3/6/2013 9:59:11 AM
Can you start another city in your region and share water that way?
#10RepublicanThug(Topic Creator)Posted 3/6/2013 10:03:39 AM
Wouldn't that make water super cheap since high supply, low demand?
Well I dunno but in my real life freight costs are typically based on weight not availability.
And I tried starting other cities but it freezes everytime --- 4 more years? Sigh.....