My Town

  • Genre: City Building
  • Developer: Broken Bulb Studios
  • Monthly Users: 6500
  • GD Star Rating
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My Town is a fun and exciting city building game for Facebook. With My Town, users are able to create an exciting, visually stunning city using hundreds of buildings and decorations.

Users begin by building a few basic homes and collecting money from those homes over time. They can spend the money on anything they want, from roads and trees to corner stores and mansions. As their town gets larger, they’re able to unlock more features and fun.

My Town players don’t simply build their towns for themselves either. Instead, their friends and neighbors can visit and explore their towns and earn money for doing so. Build your own city exactly the way you want to.

Add exclusive monuments and special decorations to make your town unique! Expand your town and land to become larger and more diverse. Add core components and earn trophies and rewards along the way.

My Town was the original city building game on Facebook and revolutionized the genre with its innovative and engaging game play elements.

My Town is Facebook game that allows you to build your own city. You can lay out streets, build different types of houses, and build community property like churches, schools, gas stations, stores, and farms.

My Town starts out like any other social city-builder. You are given a reasonable starting space to build a town from and then it’s off to build houses, business, shops, streets, sidewalks and more. Players collect coins every couple of hours each of their structures, which becomes the primary source of income.

Tiny decorations, basic streets, and sidewalks are free.

My Town is really good city building game, it lets you play with details, and the graphics are above the average. The game starts up quickly and plays quite nice with a good learning curve.

Tips and Tricks

Earn Money Quickly

Earning money in MyTown is easier than is some other games.
The easiest way to accumulate money in MyTown is to start by building out as many houses as possible.

Trick – The best strategy I’ve found to generate money quickly is to build out your town with Suburban Houses until you can afford to build adobes. Suburban houses have the lowest cost to build, which means that you can build out more of them than any other house. Adobes provide the best return on cost to build, payment per collection, and time to collect. While they don’t have the highest return rate ( 33 coins every 6 hours ) they do provide a better return on investment than the next closer buildings.

 

How to Level Up Quickly

Leveling up in My Town is actually a fairly easy task.
The key here is to build out your town with as many houses as possible. Build as many houses as you can afford, without worrying about building roads or laying them out well. The type of house that you build dictates the amount of experience you earn for building it.
Building houses earns you anywhere from 3 to 6 experience points for each house you build. In addition to this each house earns one experience every time you collect money from it.

Trick To level up quickly, start by building nothing but Suburban Houses and setting them up in your town. The suburban house has the quickest collection interval of 4 hours, which means you can collect experience points more frequently.
The suburban house also earns you three experience points for each one you build. Since this is the same number of points you get for the Adobe or the City House, however it builds for two to three times less money.

Land expansion

Generally expansion land requires you to either have a set number of neighbors so that you can buy space. These start out at 3 neighbors for the first, then 5 for the next, followed by 7, I think you get the idea.

The alternative to this is to by it with MyTown cash. This doesn’t require you to have a set number of neighbors, but it does cost you money.

Tip – Twice now I have found that simply scrolling through the land available for sale, I have found plots of land that do not require me to have a set number of friends and do not require cash.
I have found this to be true for other people too. I’m not sure if this is a bug, or something they are throwing in randomly, but scroll through the land for sale everytime you log in and you might just be surprised.

Sending Multiple gifts

Have you ever wanted to send multiple gifts to the same person or have someone send you multiple gifts without waiting a day to get them out? There is a MyTown trick for this; here’s how you can do it.

MyTown Trick

1) First, start up the MyTown app.

2) Once you can see the “Free Gifts” tab in the top left corner, right click on it and select “open in new tab”. Open one of these for each gift you would like to send. If you want to send 10, open 10 tabs.

3) Next, on each tab, starting with the first one you opened, select the gift you want to send and hit next to the screen where you select who to send it to, and Stop!

4) Now, on each screen, select MyTown friends, and select the friends you want to send to. DO NOT CLICK SEND.

5) Now starting with the first tab, go back and hit send on all of the windows.

This will allow you to send out multiple gifts to the same person. You can do this for as many gifts as you can open tabs.

If you have any questions, just leave a comment, someone will help you out!
And if you have additional tips, just share it using the comments!
And keep coming back, as we are always updating!!

Videos

My Town facebook game, building a dream land (part 1)

My Town facebook game, building a dream land (part 2)

My Town facebook game, building a dream land (part 3)

My Town facebook game, building a dream land (part 4)

My Town facebook gameplay (part 5)

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My Town, 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

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