hi jeremy and all.
made a few discoveries in castaways, and got a few suggestions to make the
i realise that the whole settlement can just survive on meat alone. i don't
have to produce anything else as long as i have sufficient hunters and
boother to keep up the meat supplies. i won't be surprise if if i were to be
able to do the same for bread or vegetables as well, as in, just letting my
population live on just 1 type of food alone. but of course, for the sake of
the game, because we'll be needing things like cloth for example, i can
simply just let everyone live on meat alone and forget about other food
types, until i reach the time when i have to stock the ship. for mission 2 i
won't have any worries at all. i think this kind of spoils the game a
little as it makes the management of man power much easier if u get my
meaning. i would like to suggest that, maybe when there is no vegetables for
the population to eat for a certain amount of time, the disease rate should
start to increase due to the lack of fibre which comes from vegetables. like
wise, when there's no bread, which contains carbohydrates, the working speed
of the population will start to drop after a certain amount of time without
bread. as for no wine, maybe no wine means no night life and no
entertainment and socialising, so life gets too boring for the population
and as a result of that, the quality of work decreases?
i personally feel that being able to survive on 1 type of food is as good as
not living at all! lol! boring life!!! no mood for work eating the same food
day in day out. no balance of diet! hahahaha. what do the rest think? hope u
guys can understand what i am getting at. *smile*
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