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22nd Sep 2020 03:18:16
Matth99 VIP
If upgrades instead of increasing % they increase products made

Ex: upgrade food to level 2

5 + 0.5 to 2 = food per job
22nd Sep 2020 08:26:54
Would like this, but the price for upgrading would be too high
22nd Sep 2020 09:53:53
XDCD VIP
Upgrading currently does increase products made, but at only 1% per upgrade and the incremental price is huge, at 4 upgrades you're paying close to 10k for a 1% upgrade.

Id say increase it to 5% per upgrade to make it worthwhile. And/ or global upgrades at player / ceo level to increase production of certain products for all his companies.
22nd Sep 2020 10:16:28
Quoting XDCD:
Upgrading currently does increase products made, but at only 1% per upgrade and the incremental price is huge, at 4 upgrades you're paying close to 10k for a 1% upgrade.

Id say increase it to 5% per upgrade to make it worthwhile. And/ or global upgrades at player / ceo level to increase production of certain products for all his companies.


The last one would be really, really expensive though 🤔
22nd Sep 2020 10:18:05
I don't think the problem is the amount of goods produced by person, in my opinion the biggest problem is the low amount of people working and the fewness of products to compete and work with.
22nd Sep 2020 18:46:57
XDCD VIP
Quoting AppleStore:
I don't think the problem is the amount of goods produced by person, in my opinion the biggest problem is the low amount of people working and the fewness of products to compete and work with.


It's both.
Being able to increase production rate per worker allows you to get a higher margin and/or allows you to pay higher wages while maintaining the margin.

Amount of people working isn't very high either indeed, and current 'droid workers' only work 1 job each, so 400 'droids' only work the same as 40 players. I assume this will be increased again soon. The problem remains though that companies only compete for workers based on wages, maybe another metric could be nice.
22nd Sep 2020 19:03:15
Quoting XDCD:
[quote=AppleStore]I don't think the problem is the amount of goods produced by person, in my opinion the biggest problem is the low amount of people working and the fewness of products to compete and work with.


Quoting XDCD:
It's both.
Being able to increase production rate per worker allows you to get a higher margin and/or allows you to pay higher wages while maintaining the margin.

Amount of people working isn't very high either indeed, and current 'droid workers' only work 1 job each, so 400 'droids' only work the same as 40 players. I assume this will be increased again soon. The problem remains though that companies only compete for workers based on wages, maybe another metric could be nice.


Wow.
23rd Sep 2020 02:07:11
Matth99 VIP
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23rd Sep 2020 03:12:45
Quoting Matth99:
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Great.
23rd Sep 2020 07:50:06
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I wouldn't like to have not competition, but the rest seems like good ideas.
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