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Can we please get premium items to aid with Springfield Heights, Railyard, ie the crafting areas?

Hey everyone, I just wanted to say I never minded springfield heights, yes it is a grind but it's meant to be. I'm at almost 1.4 billion but I still send people on sh jobs if I'm trying to get certain decos for sale with sh currency.
And with the rail yard, it's been hard with the casino event but usually I'm finished with the 5rail/5bonut by about Sunday. I think it s silly to want to spend rl money to get things that are meant to be free. The great thing about this game is you really can play it and complete all the events and get all the prizes and still be completely freemium. Unlike other games, where you counldnt get all the prizes even if you send 100s of dollars on each event.
Basically a feature like this would be, paying not to play the game you are playing not to play. Or is it not playing the game you are playing to pay not play.
Thanx and have fun.

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  • CamelRama
    171 posts Member
    edited March 2016
    mcorway wrote:
    What I wouldn't mind is buying a premium item that generates the crafting items on a scheduled basis - like the buildings that generate cash. That way, even when I can't be on my phone for hours at a time, I am still generating yoga mats and what not.

    Top shelf idea, my boy! I find it a flaw in an otherwise fairly balanced system. The railyard spits out a horrible ratio of straight-curved pieces. They seemingly knew this and subsequently "fixed" the problem with the inclusion of the steelmill which could remake pieces to your specified shape.....for a tidy donut sum. Why they wouldn't/couldn't do that to alleviate the soul devouring tedium of SH crafting is beyond me.
  • simp7fan
    4163 posts Member
    edited March 2016
    Steelmill? Huh?
    Here is my signature. Or maybe it's not.
  • devilhunt1449
    3737 posts Member
    edited March 2016
    CamelRama wrote:
    mcorway wrote:
    What I wouldn't mind is buying a premium item that generates the crafting items on a scheduled basis - like the buildings that generate cash. That way, even when I can't be on my phone for hours at a time, I am still generating yoga mats and what not.

    Top shelf idea, my boy! I find it a flaw in an otherwise fairly balanced system. The railyard spits out a horrible ratio of straight-curved pieces. They seemingly knew this and subsequently "fixed" the problem with the inclusion of the steelmill which could remake pieces to your specified shape....for a tidy donut sum. Why they wouldn't/couldn't do that to alleviate the soul devouring tedium of SH crafting is beyond me.

    Don't know where you got the idea that the steelmill could remake track pieces from curved to straight but I've got the mill and can tell you that it definitely doesn't do anything to tracks, in fact it's actually a dance club if you remember the episode it came from and it's the same in the game.
  • CamelRama
    171 posts Member
    edited March 2016
    CamelRama wrote:
    mcorway wrote:
    What I wouldn't mind is buying a premium item that generates the crafting items on a scheduled basis - like the buildings that generate cash. That way, even when I can't be on my phone for hours at a time, I am still generating yoga mats and what not.

    Top shelf idea, my boy! I find it a flaw in an otherwise fairly balanced system. The railyard spits out a horrible ratio of straight-curved pieces. They seemingly knew this and subsequently "fixed" the problem with the inclusion of the steelmill which could remake pieces to your specified shape....for a tidy donut sum. Why they wouldn't/couldn't do that to alleviate the soul devouring tedium of SH crafting is beyond me.

    Don't know where you got the idea that the steelmill could remake track pieces from curved to straight but I've got the mill and can tell you that it definitely doesn't do anything to tracks, in fact it's actually a dance club if you remember the episode it came from and it's the same in the game.

    My bad, I don't own it myself but I swore it was a 24hr. task associated with the mill. I probably confused it with a post hoping it was so. :roll:
  • wadebear
    4183 posts Member
    edited March 2016
    in fact it's actually a dance club if you remember the episode it came from and it's the same in the game.
    No, it's both. It's a working steel mill by day and a dance club at night.
  • AOFIGO009
    1306 posts Member
    edited March 2016
    The Steel Mill isn't available right now any though right? So whether it does what has been said or not, I'm sure many people passed on it and gave to wait for it to be available again to find out (like me!)

    If it was mentioned it could do this at the time of release, I imagine more people would have pushed their donut count further than it could reasonably go just to get the item, considering that's such a desirable feature (like me!)(I mean, I'd have pushed my donut limit further than it can go, not that I'm a desirable feature!! Although, now you mention it......!)
    Hey guys, I'm AO (not AOF). I create and run the Event Strategy Threads.
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