Monday, February 11, 2013

Rising Cities (new city builder): Presenting Weekly Events

Weekly events in rising cities (the newest city builder simulation game) bring lots of fun, new buildings, experience points, city credits and more to you, making it easier to build up a magnificent city. Collect vegetables, beams, or wood in required amount, and earn free items in return. I am walking you through weekly events in Rising Cities, and explaining your what those actually are, and what are they useful for.

Did you hear about rising cities. For those who are new to it, I will just say that Rising Cities is new, cute city builder simulation game by Bigpoint played completely in browser. For more information about the game, please follow the link. One of the key parts of the game are these weekly events. They are great addition to the whole playing experience, adding new and fun competing tasks every weekend. Lets see what is this all about.

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What are the weekly events for in Rising Cities?

Every weekly event brings you extra experience points, city credits, production points, and building permits for buildings.


Friday is the day for beginning new quests in Rising Cities. This is the day when new event comes to event plaza. Prepare basic products for new quests, to be able to complete new assignments in given time. You get 72 hours to finish five different deliveries to event plaza. With every successful delivery you earn some city credits, production points, eperience points, and with final delivery you earn new building permit.

In most cases, building permits are assigned for rare buildings, so it is really important to participate in these weekly events if you are planning about becoming mayor of great, urbanized, metropolis.

As I said, there are five steps in every event. For every step, you need to make deliveries of two kinds of products. First step requires, mostly, beams and lumber. Second step requires, mostly, tomatoes and beams. Next three steps will require more of your involvement to be fulfilled. You will have to collect new items (carrots, bears, trash, trees etc.). These new items require more time for delivery, so it is important to finish first two steps in event in short time. Thus, I recommend you to start collecting beams, tomatoes and potatoes on Monday. This way you will be ready for event, and you could finish first two steps in less than one hour.

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What happens if I don't finish all five steps in weekly event?

Does it mean all my progress and all my rewards in previous steps are lost?

If you, lets say, manage to deliver all products required in first three steps, and you don't manage to finish 4th and 5th step, you will still have right to keep the rewards from those three steps. So, this means that you don't have to finish all tasks in one weekly event in this city builder simulation game, to gain the rewards. You will be rewarded for your progress no matter how small or great it was.

No matter how busy you are, you have opportunity to earn valuable rewards for ANY delivery you make. Isn't Rising Cities just the cutest browser city builder?

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15 comments:

  1. Please cab you help me.

    There is a special building that I really want to buy but I don't know how to get a building permit.

    Please can you give me some help. If you did I would be very greatful.

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    1. Building permit for this special building (mystery building) you can find in Architect's book > special (star menu).

      You have to buy permits for this building. One permit cost 29 MetroMoney.

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  2. i do not now how to buy the wood

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    1. There is market place icon on the bottom of the window. Click it, and choose lumber from the market place menu.
      Click the arrow next to price per piece icon to display the cheapest offers.

      And that is it. I hope this was helpful. Enjoy!

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  3. how can i get flowers?

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    1. Hi!

      You can buy purple and red tulip flowerbeds under Architect's Book> decorations. But they are available only for high level players. If you are not there yet, you will have to be a bit patient, and in no time, you will reach desired level.

      I hope this was helpful.
      Cheers!

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  4. hi! this was a good article! can you help me? i don't know how to get production points!

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    1. Hi! Thank you for your kind comment.

      You can get production points by building houses for workers. They produce production points.

      I hope this was helpful.
      Cheers.

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  5. hi i am stuck at BUILD STATE-OF-THE ART FAMILY HOME TASK....where can i find that....please help...thanks a lot

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  6. hi i have lost my fire station can any one let me know how to get it back please???? thanks

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    1. I'm playing this in Dutch, so I don't know the names for the options, but I hope this helps:

      On the lower left, click the first option (arrow). There, click on the crossed arrows (place/move). This opens your building inventory on the top of the screen (unless you have nothing in it, but you probably do, if you once had a fire station and lost it = accidentally put it into your inventory). On the upper right corner, choose the last option (safety something). There you should find your fire station!

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  7. how do i get back my beams that I have deliver in the event plaza ?? ..

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  8. my fire station gone. I looked everywhere

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