This is a good opportunity to (a) play this game more often and (b) ask if anyone knows the answers to any of the questions I've had all these years.
I played twice yesterday, and once that is 'cheating' since I played it in Sep of 2012, but my score is so good I had to share it anyway (I had posted it to Facebook which is why I still have it).
You might notice I love being the Bonzoid. There's no reason, I just have always been the Bonzoid and will always continue to be the Bonzoid
So does anyone know the algorithm that's used to determine prices? Like when the store has no units and players are pushing the price up until someone finally sells? Or when there are no sellers? I'd love to know that so I can plan accordingly
In one of my two games I sold a unit of food for 407, which is the highest I've ever gotten (or paid) for anything. I was the only one who produced food that round, and I had produced exactly what I needed, but decided to sell to see what they'd go to. The price of food the next turn was 245 I think - which might be the maximum floor? Anyway, you know you're a Mule addict when selling a unit of food for 407 causes extreme excitement and you just *have* to tell someone about it
(can't figure out why this is attaching upside down?)
Edited by Nature Boy, Tue Sep 2, 2014 7:36 AM.