Just find whatever products are selling on the market, products like the special building products sell pretty well as Q0 products, especially kindergarden products which tends to be the cheapest special building to build score in. Try to avoid such things as power though and use things like plantations to build a regular profit at first with cotton or something similar.Bigro wrote: First of all, how do you know what kind of products you want to produce and afterwards sell?
Definately focus on the contests i would leave 10/15 building slots just to produce for contests until you are quite a few levels higher, most new players producing for the contests gain a high amount of profit in the first week or so. strat off with 10/15 buildings and then when you've earned the caps in the first contest sell the buildings to system and build for the next contest. Try to expand the second lot to 100m2 also you lose a day of the contest but have a lot higher production which you need as your levels start going up.Bigro wrote:For instance, I checked out the contest, because i have read that it's a good thing to do when you're a new player. So.. I have made a Cattle-Breeding and a Butcher Shop in Mauritania. Also i've made a Food RC in Germany and a Beverages Store in Congo. I've made those buildings because I want to produce Minced meat since that's the contest product right now in Realm 1 and 2. Am I doing the ''right'' thing right now or am I missing something? Because Kapilands is such an extensive game I can imagine I am missing something And if the contest is over, what should I do next? Sell those buildings and make new buildings to produce/sell/research the new contest product? Isn't it ''better'' if I focus on one or some products which have potential? And if so.. can I get some advice ?
RC's - REDBigro wrote:And my final question .. how do I know if I should make a building (prod/sell/rc) in a red, yellow or green area? I've read the differences but I don't really see why I should or should not make a, for instance, research center in Germany and not in Congo (just an example).
Thanks a lot guys!
Stores in RED
Plantation/cattlebreeding in GREEN
Wells/mines in YELLOW
Most production buildings in RED (including end production buildings using plantation/cattle breeding products ie food factory and Butchers shops)
TV Stations in GREEN
Its easy to work out the different costs against production levels on kapitools.de though.