8 April 2015 – Updated to 2.3.2
After the launch of Tokyo Town a couple weeks back, we now have a SimCity BuildIt layout guide to go with the new Tokyo Town Zones – and boy, this one is huge. The new population based on the simulation is just a hair under 3 million at:
BIG BIG BIG thanks to Zegerman for continuing to experiment and update their guide.
This is a constantly evolving number as we experiment with the layout. DO NOT take this population figure as the HIGHEST number possible. If you have a suggestion to improve (with NO HACKS) please let us know!
We figured since many may be working on the previous version of the 2.5 million guide, we thought it best to leave the old post intact and instead create a new post based on the new Tokyo Town buildings. You can view the old guide here.
Now because of the increased service requirements TT zones need to function, we had to increase the amount of utility buildings so that does reduce the amount of residential zones (but not # of residents!)
This layout uses the highest tier available for utility services (more in-depth info here).
|Water||Water Pumping Station||10|
|Sewage||Deluxe Sewage Treatment Plant||10|
This guide uses the highest (T3) coverage services to provide fire, police and health to Sims (in-depth info here).
|Fire||Deluxe Fire Station||4|
Parks, Education and transportation can EACH provide coverage area to reach 100% population boosts to all residential areas. This means maximizing each of the three specialization and overlapping their coverage areas provides 300% total boost (in-depth info here).
|Specialization (Each: 100% | Combined 300%)||Buildings||Quantity|
Gambling, Entertainment, Landmarks COMBINED can provide a coverage area to reach 100% population. Unlike the specializations above, you can reach a MAX of 100% using any combination of the three. Gambling is used because it is the cheapest specialization to provide 100% coverage (20 keys). Landmarks are used because they provide a larger coverage area (its a balancing act between the two). Entertainment buildings have a massive building size so they take up space that could provide more residential zones.
|Specialization (Each: Variable | Combined: 100%)||Buildings||Quantity|
This means you can have a maximum of 400% population boost based on specializations.
NOTE: (many have asked about why we use Luxurious Casino versus Luxurious Casino Tower): The maximum amount of boost you can receive from a specialization is 100%. Overlapping two of the Luxurious Casino Tower (which give 60% boost each) would result in a 120% boost (20% wasted). So stick with the Luxurious Casino and you can save the golden keys.
|Tokyo Items Required||??|
|Days wasted attempting to complete this layout||Priceless|
Birds eye view is below (click for an enlarged view). Please look at the abbreviation table for questions regarding any shorthand notations.
|TT||Tokyo Town Zone|
|DOT||Department of Transportation|
|DOE||Department of Education|
|DOC||Department of Culture|
|Admin||Town Hall, City Hall and Mayor's Mansion|
|Gambling (Top Left)||Gambling HQ|
|Was Mon||Washington Monument (Department. of Culture)|
|Helipad||Specialization building (Transportation)|
|Lux Cas||Luxury Casino (Not Luxury Casino Tower)|
|Version (Link to Picture)||Changes|
|2.3.2 (Current Version)||Fixed incorrect entrance, rearranged layout for more Sims|
|2.3.1 (Current Version)||Big update to Tokyo Town|
Reduced the amount of factories present
|2.2.5||Added additional buildings to fill empty space in previous version|
|2.2.4||Road layout has changed to include more residential zones
Rearranged utility buildings
Added new specialization buildings (landmarks)
Corrected mayors mansion placement
Added highway entrance marking (black arrow)
|2.1.4||Initial Release. No changes.|