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Limited City Growth

Discussion in 'Other Sid Meier Games' started by techiedude39, Jan 17, 2007.

  1. techiedude39

    techiedude39 Chieftain

    Jan 15, 2007
    It appears your cities can only grow so big. I was hoping to get some cities so big that they blended with their neighboring cities.
    Does anybody know if that's possible?

    Also, how can you tell exactly how many of whatever resource a particular city is demanding, actually needs?
    If city A requires food, how do I know to send it one carload or eight?
  2. Snoopy55

    Snoopy55 Chieftain

    Nov 4, 2006
    Centralia, Il
    You might be able to get them larger by playing with the RRT_Cities file. That controls the number of buildings.

    As far as how much of what, just pack it in there, They'll take all you can give them.
  3. Krupo

    Krupo Old-time newsgrouper

    Jan 1, 2006
    There's no limit; they'll buy as much as you want to ship.

    In theory the more you ship the less you earn *per-car*, but I've never seen this to be an issue; ship as much as your trains can haul!

    ... oh, I see your other thread - your cities will end up consuming everything you deliver over time - I'll mention more in the other thread.

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