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Redesigning Your Town

When you start the game you are only given a few plots of land, which is fine because as you’re starting out there aren’t many building to occupy that space. Even as you progress into the early stages of the game, land expansions are cheap enough that you can build a great town with a limited amount of space. Once the land expansions get too pricy though, you’ll probably start conserving your money for new buildings that unlock as you level up. By the time that you finally do have enough money saved up to start investing in more land, do you still need it?

If you like the way you’ve designed your town, is it worth moving things around to accommodate more land? Completely redesigning your town can take several hours, and that’s just the time it takes to put items into your inventory to get a fresh start. Have you ever redesigned your town from scratch? How long did it take you, and are there any tips you would give to someone considering overhauling their whole town?

One thing you could do to fill-up some space is to build more houses. Sure, there are only a few different types of houses you can build multiples of, but as the game expands you’ll need more homes to maximize your Indolence rating. Perhaps you would like to fill-up the empty space with trees? These decorations aren’t too expensive and it’s guaranteed to maximize your Tree-hugging bonus if you dedicate large plots of land to building a forest. Another option is to start by building all of your roads first, then fill-in the empty spaces block-by-block.

In the end it’s all up to you. Just make sure to save some room for new content as well.

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7 responses to “Redesigning Your Town

  1. IzAugust 30, 2013 at 6:12 am

    I have a LOT of land still to buy. During the time I’ve been playing since February, I think I have redone my town at least five times. I was never satisfied with my designs, then the Squidport came, then a bunch of new buildings and so on.
    Now my town is designed in a way that it looks pretty done, but whenever something new comes, it’s not a big deal to find the space – either I put some decs into the inventory, or similar – when there’s no other way, I simply buy a new plot of land and redecorate just that area so that the elements fit better together.

    So my town is what Ralph would say :
    “I’m extendable! “

  2. bubbiesmommyAugust 27, 2013 at 9:09 pm

    I’m slowly redesigning my Springfield. Its nice for what I have but I know it can be spaced more. I created a park that love and redid my squidport. So slow and steady.

  3. PhillAugust 27, 2013 at 10:31 am

    I did a whole redesign and my town is HUGE! It took me a lot frustration and 3 or 4 days to actually finish it and I still have a few bits to put back when I have the land to do so.

    • melsAugust 27, 2013 at 7:47 pm

      Phill-Was it worth doing? are you happier with your new town?I’m worried I’ll get half way through and get annoyed and wish i had my old town back

  4. JacobAugust 26, 2013 at 7:15 pm

    I had a ton of excess land for awhile. (I had house farmed a bit to earn the skyscraper). I don’t really want to farm anymore though. So NOW I have a big-ass lake. Problem solved.

  5. melsAugust 26, 2013 at 11:56 am

    This is where I’m at, do I use my large surplus to buy all the land and expand or throw myself in to a full scale redesign…I’ve got to a point where i wonder why i even bother putting people on jobs i don’t need any more money.

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