Trade Nations

  • Genre: City Building
  • Developer: Bight Games
  • Monthly Users: 87
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Trade Nations is a city building and economics Facebook game by Bight Games. In Trade Nations you can create your own small village and grow it into a sprawling city. Harvest raw resources, refine them, and create goods to amass a fortune. Trade goods and services with your friends to grow even faster!

Tips and Tricks

Trade Nations Help (from Official game site)

How do I get more Resources?
  1. Build production facilities: Logging camps to produce wood, Farms to produce Wheat, Quarries to produce Rock, and Sheep Pens to produce Wool.
  2. Get 50 resources instantly using Magic Beans. Simply click on the production facility, click on the Hurry button, and click the Collect button.
  3. Daily login bonus.
  4. Get your neighbors to send you resources as free daily gifts.
  5. Buy resources at the Market for Gold.
  6. Visit your neighbors every day and click on their production facilities.
  7. Some missions will give you free resources when you complete them!
  8. Build a Wishing Well and make a wish.
How do I get more Gold?
  1. Do shop jobs. Build shops and use resources to make items at your shops.
  2. Sell resources at the Market.
  3. Complete missions.
  4. Daily login bonus.
  5. Visit your neighbors every day and do 5 friend actions.
  6. When visiting your neighbors’, click on their construction sites.
  7. Get your neighbors to send you Gold as free daily gifts.
  8. Do shop jobs in your neighbors’ shops.
  9. Houses, animals, and other decorations generate varying amounts of Gold every so many hours.
  10. Build an Inn and ask your neighbors visit it.
  11. Build a Travel Agency and send vacationers to neighbors’ Inns.
  12. Build a Circus and send it to your neighbors’ towns.
  13. Build a Wishing Well and make a wish.
  14. Go to the Special section of the Build Menu to purchase Gold using Magic Beans.
How do I construct a new building?
  1. Find the building you want in the Build menu and click on it to buy it – you’ll need to be the right level and have enough Gold!
  2. Find a nice spot in your town and click to place the building. A green glow beneath it indicates that it can be placed.
  3. If the building requires resources, click on its construction site and click the Supply buttons. If you don’t have enough of a resource, you can buy it from the Market, use Magic Beans or wait until your production facilities have produced more.
  4. Some buildings require special Materials (such as Abacuses and Buckets) for their construction. These can be acquired through friends or by purchasing them in the Special section of the Build Menu. Most Materials can be sent as free daily gifts as well.
  5. To request Materials from friends, click on the building’s construction site and click on the Ask a Friend button. This will make a wall post. Your friends can then click on the wall post to send you the Material and get one for themselves! Go to the Materials section of the Storage Menu to see your Materials.
  6. Buildings have varying build times. Use Magic Beans if you want your building finished in the blink of an eye!
  7. When construction is complete, your building has a red ribbon around it. Click on the building to start using it!
How do I get more villagers?
  1. You start with 2 hobos in your town and get 2 more for reaching levels 2, 3, 4 and 5. Thereafter, you’ll see 1 new hobo in your town for each level up to level 60.
  2. Quite a few missions award a villager on completion.
  3. Completing the Population Boom platinum achievement will award an extra villager.
  4. You can buy additional villagers with Magic Beans. Click on the Get More Villagers button next to the population counter at the top of the screen.
What are the benefits to using bigger Logging Camps, Farms, Sheeps Pens, or Quarries?
There are 10 different types of production building for each of the raw resources: Wood, Rock, Wheat, and Wool.
  1. The number of the production facility indicates the amount of resources that are produced by it, e.g. a 250 Logging Camp will produce 250 Wood before it expires.
  2. 250, 500, and 750 production facilities can only have 1 worker, 1 hauler and store up to 150 resources in the collection pile.
  3. 1000, 1250, and 1500 production facilities can have up to 2 workers, 1 hauler and store up to 300 resources in the collection pile. These production facilities are more efficient.
  4. 1750, 2000, 2500 and Unlimited production facilities can all have up to 3 workers, 1 hauler and store up to 500 resources in the collection pile. These production facilities are the most efficient.
What are Mills for and how do they work?
Mills convert 2 units of a raw resource into 1 unit of a refined resource:
  • Lumber Yards convert 2 Wood into 1 Lumber and employ Lumberjacks.
  • Distilleries convert 2 Wheat into 1 Alcohol and employ Farmers.
  • Looms convert 2 Wool into 1 Cloth and employ Shepherds.
  • Stone Cutters convert 2 Rock into 1 Cut Stone and employ Miners.
  • Dairy Barns convert 2 Wheat into 1 Milk and employ Farmers.
Refined resources are required for many shop jobs and buildings. There are 4 different levels of Mills.
  1. Level 1 mills can only have 1 worker, 1 hauler, a Supply limit of 300 raw resources and stored up to 150 refined resources in the collection pile.
  2. Level 2 Mills can have up to 2 workers, 1 hauler, a Supply limit of 600 raw resources and store up to 300 refined resources in the collection pile.
  3. Level 3 Mills can have up to 3 workers, 1 hauler, a supply limit of 1000 raw resources and store up to 500 refined resources in the collection pile.
  4. Super Mills work 50% faster, can have up to 3 workers, 1 hauler, a supply limit of 2000 raw resources and store up to 1000 refined resources in the collection pile.
How do I level up quicker?
Gain XP in the following ways:
  1. Make shop jobs.
  2. Complete missions.
  3. Build any building or decoration.
  4. Do shop jobs in your neighbors’ shops.
  5. Houses, animals and other decorations generate varying amounts of XP every so many hours.
  6. Invite your neighbors to send a villager to your Inn. You get XP for each vacationer.
  7. Send a villager to a neighbors’ Inn using your Travel Agency.
  8. Build a Circus and send it to your neighbors’ towns.
  9. Retraining villagers at the School.
How do I re-train a villager?
If you want to change a villager’s job (Lumberjack, Farmer, Miner, Shepherd, Hauler), you can do this at the School.
  1. Build a School at level 7.
  2. Click on the villager to be retrained.
  3. Click on the School.
  4. Select a new Job for the villager.
How do I get more Magic Beans?
  1. Click on the Get More Beans button next to the Magic Beans counter at the top of the screen.
  2. Or, go to the Magic Beans section of the Build Menu.
How do I get more space to store my resources?
Build more Stockpiles. Every Stockpile you build allows you to store more resources. Stockpiles come in various sizes of capacity: 1000, 3000, 5000, 10000, 15000, 20000 and 50000. There is no limit to the number of Stockpiles that you build. Find Stockpiles in the Buildings sections of the Build Menu.
Is Trade Nations for Facebook connected to Trade Nations for iPhone?
No. Trade Nations for Facebook is a brand new experience, exclusively for Facebook!
How do I contact someone if I found a bug or have more questions?
Send an email to support@bightgames.com and we’ll try get back to you as soon as possible.

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