Millionaire City Cheats & Tips: Six easy ways to get ahead
Millionaire City is quickly becoming one of the big names in the world of Facebook games. Currently the 8th most popular game behind giants like FrontierVille, Cafe World, and FarmVille, Millionaire City has over 12.3 million players. However, the game has a ton of intricacies and can be quite complex. Fortunately, our Cheats & Tips series has gathered the six easiest ways to get ahead in the world of Millionaire City. Follow these tips and you'll be rolling in dough in no time.
Continue reading to find out how you can get the most out of your Millionaire City.
Millionaire City Cheats
Unfortunately, not only are there no real Millionaire City cheats, but if you somehow did find a way to cheat in Millionaire City, your entire account would be banned. Also be careful to avoid all Millionaire City Hacks. Millionaire City hacks are also considered cheating and will result in you being banned. Don't use Millionaire City Hacks or Cheats, we would hate to see you lose all your hard work. Starting over is never fun. However, just because there are no cheats doesn't mean there aren't exploits, tips, and strategies to help you get ahead of the competition. Here's what our Millionaire City Cheats & Tips series has found:
Plan Your Layout
Millionaire City is all about carefully positioning your buildings to reap maximum rewards. But be careful, once you place something, you can't move it without paying a fee. So not only should you think before you place your items, you should definitely read this guide, and think through your layout before acting.
The most important detail of all is to make sure your Houses are all built around your Commerces. Commerces make their money based on their potential customers. For example, the Coffee Shop makes $45 per person. If there are two houses with a total of seven tenants surrounding the Coffee Shop, it will make you $315 every three minutes. What this also means is that Commerces are useless if there are no houses or tenants nearby, and will actually earn you no money at all. However, low level Commerces like the Pizzeria and Coffee Shop can be strategically centered in a group of 8 houses, yielding big profits.
Shorter is Better
When selecting contracts for your Houses, you're probably inclined to go for the longer Contracts with bigger payoffs. However, you should be doing the opposite. The truth is that if you have time time to continually renew contracts as soon as they expire, it's far more lucrative to sign the shortest contract. For example, take the Family and Student Contracts in the Luxury Bungalow. If you take the 30 minute Student Contract you'll make a profit of $914. But if in half an hour you renew the three minute family contract 10 times, you'll make a profit of $3,120. Be careful not to miss payment day though, shorter contracts expire faster and you definitely don't want to lose that money! Put in the effort to renew those shorter contracts, and you'll reap the rewards.
In addition to the financial benefits you'll receive from Houses for selecting short Contracts, you'll also get Commerce bonuses. Commerces will earn you money every three minutes, but if you aren't in the game to collect it, you miss out on the opportunity. I recommend keeping Millionaire City open in the background behind whatever else you're doing on the computer, and every three minutes hop back in to renew your House Contracts and collect your Commerce earnings.
Abuse Your Neighbors
Don't forget every day you can hop into your neighbors' Millionaire Cities to earn easy experience and a couple hundred bucks. It's also a good idea to troll your Facebook home page and your Millionaire City friends' walls to get extra money, experience, and other bonuses that they may be posting.
Investing and Reduced Building Time are two additional important neighbor features in Millionaire City that should definitely not be overlooked. Investing is an incredibly easy way to make money. If you know someone who loves to play Millionaire City or other Facebook games, invest in their city. You can multiply your investment one-hundred fold, so long as your friend puts in a little effort. For example, if I invest $1,000 in a friend and they raise their company value above 4 million dollars in 20 days, I get $100,000. Not too shabby.
If you decide to partake in an investment, you'll also want to help your friend out by reducing their building times. Some buildings and decorations take days to complete. Luckily, you can post a help request on your wall, allowing your friends to reduce your build time by 10 percent. This is crucial towards increasing the value of a company in a short time.
This may seem obvious to some, but it's remarkable how many people forget to work towards completing missions. Missions will never hinder your efforts to increase your company's value, so you might as well work towards them and the extra goodies they provide. As you complete missions, more lucrative opportunities are unlocked. You'll earn free Millionaire City Gold, extra dollars, and experience. Don't forget about your missions.
Don't Underestimate Decorations
Of course you should place your Commerces and Houses first to maximize your revenue and profits. But afterwards, you should definitely look to decorations for even more bonuses. Decorations work like Commerces, they affect the Houses around them by providing extra cash from each Contract. Place your decorations carefully to boost a few different Houses. Even small percentage bonuses can provide big money when it comes to those expensive contracts.
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