Let's Play SimCity - Coal Specialization - IGN Wiki Cut





Let's Play SimCity - Coal Specialization - IGN Wiki Cut



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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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I hate the fact that resources like coal and oil will deplete and will never respawn. This makes the drilling and mining specialty completely worthless in the end. They should have made it that after a few years the resource will slowly spawn back, maybe in a different area of the map
My fear about the new sim city is the small maps. I heard they all are super small. Is this the case?
So guys I have a mac so I havent been able to play Sim City 5 yet but am a Sim City lover and have been playing 4 for years. Loved it since sim city 2000. Anyway I now play cities XL 2012 and I also love that game. (I play it with Wine bottler on my mac) so since i play love Cities XL is it worth it for me to shell out 50 bucks for Sim City 5 when they release it on mac? Also which game do you prefer. Which do you think is a better game of a hardcore City Simulation Gamer.
Yes. The download and install and patch took me about 3 hours from Origin. I have a 7 Mbps connection. The game itself looks to be 250 M but the data folders are 2GB.
Hi, I've been watching your vids lately and really enjoy them! One general, noob question though, (as I just started playing SIM CITY 2013), how do you keep the residential zone demand so low? It seems like no matter what I do, that green bar is eternally maxed. Even if I fill the whole map with residential zones, it still sais I need more. Any ideas? Thank you so much in advance for both the videos and response!
dose mining add posilsion?
Thanks. That help a ton.
Is the coal / ore / iron in the ground deposit depleted over time?
I find that I have an issue making money from my specialization. The profits never go up enough to upgrade the associated builidng (Petroluom HQ, Metals HQ, etc.). Do I have to keep making more mines/oil wells or is it a patience thing? I have waiting and it never seems to go up regardless of how many trucks I have.
U say Coal/Ore-mines attracts uneducated citizens, so there is no need for schools. However, can I still plop a grade/high-school to educate them to lower crime, fires etc? Or do I lose all the mining related workers due to education? Is it so that if all my citizens are educated, will I then lack workers on the mines? AND does the same go for oil rigs? + Do u know if there is any overview that shows how many workers of each type is required for each building + improvement?
The Limited edition is the base game right now, when they start running out they will sell vanilla (basic) ones, they will cost the same and wont have anything that the limited or deluxe edition has.
I'm kinda wanting to get this game now, but I can't find anyone selling a normal version. It's always some stupid delux superhero version costing £60 or more.
Wonderful video! I hope you make one on every specialization, I'll be on the lookout for the rest of this guide! :)
Nice upload, sub! Hope you make a advance specialization vid.
One of the better videos that gets to the point without wasting time on monotonous tasks such as building roads and waiting for buildings to be constructed. Very informative I look forward to seeing further additions! ps I have not bought the game as yet due to 'always online' requirement. Does it cause many headaches?
Very informative and useful video. Also very well narrated and edited. It improved my gameplay a lot - thank you!
Subbed, very nice video. I woud like to see this coal-town progress further! I like how you speed up at times and speak nicely! Remember to make as much use of the possebilities of the road tool as possible.
Very helpful video. Thanks for sharing.
how long did you struggle to get on a server??? XD
Saw your video on IGNEntertainment and subscribed. I really like the videos thus far since I can't play SimCity.


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.