Advisor Qa Clues On Some Basic Simcity Strategies

We are very fortunate to have all the Advisors of SimCity 3000 Unlimited gathered here to answer some frequently asked questions we've heard from mayors around SimNation. We hope this forum is helpful. Remember, the Advisors also make themselves available to answer questions at www.SimCity.com. Keep up to date with the ins and outs of burning policy issues by checking in regularly. So, ask away. Whichever Advisor feels he or she can answer the question will jump right in. Q How do I make money...

Simcity 3000 Density

What actually builds in the Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Airport and Seaport zones is up to the Sims. You are merely placing restrictions on types of buildings, kinds of business, and zone densities. But remember, zoning an area Dense Residential doesn't necessarily mean that high-rise apartment buildings will immediately appear. You will not see zones develop to their peak capacity until you have created conditions that spur demand for those zones. Keep your eye on your RCI Demand...

SIM

SimCity 3000 Unlimited offers nine types of power plants, though not all of them are available all the time. They must be invented first Each power plant has a different cost, generates a different amount of power, and produces some level of pollution. You need to decide which is best for your city's needs. If you can afford it, it's worth spending the extra money to lower pollution, but there will be times when you have no choice but to cover your Sims in black soot. As power plants age, they...

Simcity Building Architect Plus Building Basics

Road construction is a breeze. You've got parks, marinas, airports, and skyscrapers. Gus Oddman, your Utilities Advisor, is very impressed with your grasp of electrical subsystems. You have built a city. Several, in fact. But you are an ambitious mayor. You would like to leave a lasting imprint on your city. The SimCity 3000 Building Architect Plus offers you mayoral immortality. How can your Sims forget you when they live, work, and shop in buildings you have...

Water

Click on the Meet button on the Main Toolbar. This is where you'll go to meet with an Advisor or Petitioner. 2. Select the Utilities Advisor and select Briefings from the drop-down menu. Briefings contain reference documents provided by SimNation. 3. Read through the briefing Getting Water To Your Sims. 4. When you're done, close the Advisor Window and select Water Structures from within the Build Utilities button menu. This brings up a window containing a selection of water supplying...