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V1.8.3 (3842)

In some cases the game wont start anymore after the update because of invalid data in the app-cache. Please quit ResourcesGame and clear cache/app-data of ResourcesGame (Android settings - Apps -...

V1.8.2 (3800)

UPDATE 3800: Android Q Beta 3 compatibility Lord Of The Missions: Mission goal increased to 15 Mission "Ad-Deal" reward halved, cooldown reduced to 6 hours  Language updates Bugfixes  UPDATE...

V1.8.1 (3381)

A player's "stats" are now available in the private message chat window and next to the pulldown menu in the stats area Diverse compatibility adjustments due to the update to Android-SDK Target-API...

  • V1.8.3 (3842)

    Monday, 27 May 2019 00:00
  • V1.8.2 (3800)

    Friday, 10 May 2019 08:00
  • V1.8.1 (3381)

    Thursday, 20 December 2018 12:00
  • New product: Trucks
  • New factory: Truck factory
  • New special building: Haulage firm:
    - The higher the haulage firm level, the bigger the boss range (until a maximum of 200m)
    - The higher the haulage firm level, the lower the haulage for trade demands and sending goods via chat
    - At haulage firm level 5 all crates and cargos within the boss range can be collected all at once at costs of 1 truck per crate/cargo collected (cargo rain collectors will be delighted ;)
    - Chance on autolooting crates/cargos within loot range. The higher the hf level, the bigger the chance

Trade:

  • Demands will now have added a haulage at the charge of the demandant/consignee. Base rate: 15% of the demand price. With the haulage firm special building the haulage itself can be reduced down to 5% (1% per hf level)

Chat:

  • Sending of goods via chat will now also cost haulage, at the charge of the supplier. Sending of credits via chat will stay at no charge.

 

- Sending trucks via chat will be enabled delayed in time (not later than 07/28/16) 
- The BM price of trucks will expectedly rise to exorbitant heights cause there will just barely be suppliers but extremly big demand. 
- Mission(s) associated with trucks will follow the next days.