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Community » Forum » Feedback » Planned Features

29th Nov 2016 08:56:48
Gluten Moderator
Feedback is very welcome regarding every aspect of the game, but please read the following list of proposals we are already aware of before posting your own.

Features that are planned to be implemented in the near future
- Game manual expansion
- More countries / cities

Bugs that we are planning to fix
- Shares and items in trading are not counted to net worth, and cannot receive dividends or make decisions.

Things we are considering, but have not confirmed yet
- Reset job at specific time every day instead of every 24 hours.
- Government NPC buyers.
- Messages to loan system and construction contract system.
6th Dec 2016 01:24:23
Where is the offtopic section? :(
6th Dec 2016 14:24:53
No comprende.
22nd Jul 2017 07:35:57
Hows the progress on these updates?
27th Jul 2017 22:11:42
Quoting akolix:
No comprende.

You're a scrub.. "This player is dead."
2nd Aug 2017 20:52:13
Groups with private message boards
3rd Aug 2017 07:03:54
+ Maybe an actual world chat or something, including group chat, country chat, etc... would make it more fun to interact with people instantly... not just IRC (which no one really gets on).
6th Aug 2017 22:39:41
^ i second this

Also a Who's Online thing
10th Nov 2017 23:09:16
Any progress? The market is really not great right now.

Also, you paying out $15-$20 for jobs really hurts our ability to compete on the job market. It reduces visibility, and drives up wages, making it impossible to generate resources at market rates.
11th Nov 2017 08:16:13
Quoting Beefy_Swain:
Any progress? The market is really not great right now.

Also, you paying out $15-$20 for jobs really hurts our ability to compete on the job market. It reduces visibility, and drives up wages, making it impossible to generate resources at market rates.

Yea, costs me $30 to produce a medicine that people want to buy for <$4.

I feel for the dev, building up and stimulating an economy ain't no easy thing.

Lots of experimentation necessary.