Thursday, May 10, 2012

How To Make Most Coins and Gold In CityVille

CityVille is a wonderful game that takes you back in time. You will discover how hard is it to build a city even in a game! It is amazing how human beings were able to do it and progressed to where we are today. The game is no exception to the world we are living in today, like it or not, we all need money. Thats the one thing that makes our society function. In CityVille, making money or more commonly known as coins or cash can be done by growing goods, businesses and helping out friends.

It is that easy! Well, apparently not. People are struggling to get money to build community buildings to keep their population happy. And when your people are unhappy, you will struggle to level up. Thats how it goes in the real world as well, unhappy people leads to a society's demise. So how can you get more money? I would recommend that you start off the day by helping out your neighbors. That itself will make you significant amounts of money in less than 2 minutes. That money alone however will not be sufficient. Knowing what crops to grow at the right time is essential. You need to plan ahead. You can't grow a good that takes 2 hours to mature and you go away for 4 hours.

You will end up wasting your money as the crops will expire! It is also important to buy wisely. Only buy community buildings that you need. Instead, spend on decorations as they increase production and rewards. The main goal here is to balance making money and keeping your people happy.

As you go through the levels, you will find that making money in the higher levels is easier. Having said that, the buildings that will keep your people happy will also be much more expensive. Make sure you havea good balance of businesses in your city versus your crop production. That helps maximize your earnings.

All in all, mastering CityVille is about using the right strategies and techniques to expand your city efficiently. Even someone who checks their account once a day could level up faster than someone who sits in front of their computer for 10 hours a day!


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