Transit King Tycoon: Transport is a casual idle game about transporting goods from producers to cities, developing them as you go. Here are things to keep in mind when starting the game, to remain efficient and profitable.
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Collect free goodies
As is with most mobile games, free goodies are up for grabs. Check the store daily to check up on any free coins, and login every day to claim daily rewards. There is a monthly calendar and daily login streak rewards. Also, if you’re up for it, you can watch numerous videos to claim a range of bonuses and resources.
Keep an eye on Jobs and Contracts
Whether you’re starting your tycoon or revelling in your profits, there will always be jobs and contracts to fulfill. Situated on the right side of the screen, these missions will be injecting you with well-needed resources, like notes and coins. The missions will only ever be asking you to develop your empire, so pay close attention to them if you want to be successful, they can help guide you on your way up.
Prioritize your routes
After a small while you’ll find that some cities demand some very hefty orders. Due to being an idle game, you can leave the game and let your cohort of vehicles slowly complete the order for you, ready for when you come back. Due to their longevity, don’t even think about starting them until you’re about to leave the game. For maximum efficiency, only micromanage the smaller or medium sized orders to gain profits whilst you’re present, and then focus your entire force on the huge ones before you leave.
Select trucks carefully
Transit King Tycoon: Transport has a healthy array of trucks and motors to haul the goods around. It is important to choose the right vehicle on the job, mostly for time’s sake. With the regular orders, employ your Haicee trucks, or even your BOB, if you want to get it over and done with. I would recommend straying away from your Dora trucks and use them mostly from bringing resources to manufacturers, to keep them producing for when you need them. Their speed and low capacity make them suited for such needs.
When you acquire a more diverse entourage, you can employ more specific vehicles for more specific needs, such as using the Susi trucks for your substansial orders whilst keeping the Haicee trucks as support or for other minor orders.
Upgrade your trucks and roads
In the midst of ordering your trucks to and fro, it is easy to forget to upgrade them, even more so your roads! Make sure to frequently try and upgrade all the roads and your primary vehicle of choice. The benefit is self-explanatory, you do want to get these jobs done quicker, right?
Adapt your supply routes
If you find yourself with large, stretched out, or complicated orders, it is imperative that you regulate your supply routes. This entails moving the gas station to the most frequented road everytime it needs to, and possibly building new roads to cut corners. If you are prioritizing your routes and selecting trucks carefully, then a lot of the organization will already be sorted for you, you just need to keep on top of it.
Thankfully, the game allows you to see all the active routes, and you can control them for the side-panel. The one thing you can’t do from the panel, however, is actually see your trucks in action. Realizing that the trucks you selected are insufficient, or seeing more opportunities to build more roads, is something you can only do from observing your supply chains.
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