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Mit einer hohen Gebäudedichte bilden sich Hochhäuser, in denen mehr Sims unterkommen. Damit erhöhen sich Ihre Steuereinahmen und Ihre Stadt entwickelt sich schneller weiter.
Gebäude, die nah an besonderen Orten wie Schulen oder dem Rathaus liegen, sind automatisch wertvoller. Überlappende Radien addieren sich und sind damit besonders wertvoll.
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Verfügbar in und. Screenshots und Videos. This graph is useful for detecting and tracking trends in the dominant biomes.
It displays the relative amounts of the life classes on your planet over time. This graph is useful for tracking trends in the life on your planet.
It displays the population ratio between the various levels of Civilisation on your planet. These control panels are the only places in Sim Earth that are used only for input.
There are 16 possible settings for each item on each control panel. To change model settings, first click on the item you want to change.
The name of the item and an indicator usually an arrow will become highlighted. You can also click and drag the slider to change settings. Even though the life on your planet is self-regulating, and affects the model, these changes are not shown on the model control panels.
These panels reflect you settings and display only your changes. The cost in energy for changing the control panel is 30E.
For small changes use clicks. For big changes use drags. If you change a panel from the lowest to the highest setting by clicking, it will cost you 30 E.
The same change by dragging would cost EU. You would save a lot of energy by dragging instead of clicking. If you change a panel setting one level, clicking would cost you E.
In early stages of the planet this will influence the formation of continental areas. Increasing erosion also increases CO2 in the atmosphere.
The higher the core heat, the larger and more severe the volcanos. Also, the hotter the core, the more the direction of magma flow will change.
As the core forms, it gets larger. The size of the core affects the speed at which the magma flows. The bigger the core, the slower the magma.
The slower the magma, the smaller the volcanos, and the slower the continental drift. This affects the severity of the seasons--the greater the tilt, the greater the seasonal severity.
This is only noticeable in the two modern Time Scales. The current tilt of the real Earth's axis is about 22 degrees from vertical.
This is the amount of heat from the Sun that hits your planet. Setting the slider all the way down will turn the sun off.
The greenhouse effect is caused by certain gases that block outgoing infrared radiation. The higher the albedo, the more solar radiation is reflected back into space.
The higher the setting, the wider the acceptable temperature range for life. It is usually a change of one species. Mutations can jump ahead, skipping species, to the next class of life.
You must make some important decisions and set priorities both for the types of energies you want to invest in and the uses you want to put the energy to.
It is a good idea to have these two on the screen together. The greater your priority, the longer you should make the bar next to the choice.
If you don't want to invest in a particular type of energy at all, then shrink the bar to nothing. The total amount of investment in all the types of energy sets the amount of hours your global citizen must work per week.
The work week is a major factor affecting quality of life. All energy produced is used. Rather than actual numerical settings, allocations are ratios.
This means that you should adjust the length of the bars for each allocation choice to show your priorities--the longer the bar, the higher the priority.
If all the bars are all the way up, or all are in the middle, the model interprets your settings the same. It is the differences in lengths that matters, not the actual length.
It is best not to turn any of the settings all the way off. The allocation setting has a feedback effect on the energy investment.
Low allocations can reduce the efficiency at which technologies can produce the energy. This can make your technology level decline.
Agriculture--investing in agriculture increases food production, which increases the rate of population growth of your sentient species.
Each Time Scale simulates a different set of factors on the planet. You can start a planet at any Time Scale, or start at the first Geologic and the game will automatically evolve through all the Time Scales.
In the Civilisation and Technology Time Scales, you can rush the intelligent SimEarthling's advance through the levels of civilisations by model manipulation or by using the Monolith.
Advancing too fast is not necessarily a good thing. If you do not allow enough time in the Geologic and Evolution Time Scales, there won't be enough fossil fuel for the later Time Scales.
You will need a wide population base for continued advancement. If you push a small group to advance before its population has built up, it will stagnate and die out.
It ends with the development of multi-celled life. This covers the time period on the real Earth from 4. In this Time Scale, the planet changes very slowly, so the simulation time is sped up to keep things moving.
This means that each time the program runs through one simulation cycle, 10 million years passes on the planet.
Your available energy builds up at 1 E. The factors simulated in this Time Scale, in order of their influence, are: continental drift, atmospheric composition, extraterrestrial collisions, single- celled life, and climate.
The goal of this Time Scale is to manipulate all the simulated factors to facilitate the formation of multicellular life, at which time you will be advanced to the next and slower Time Scale, Evolution.
Time moves very fast in this Time Scale, and your planet only has 10 billion years to live. If you want to complete all the Time Scales before the end of your planet, you should try to reach the next Time Scale when your planet is between three and four billion years old.
Don't advance too soon, or there will not be enough fossil fuels for later civilisations. Time on real Earth : 4.
Factors Simulated : Continental drift. Atmospheric conditions. Extraterrestrial collisions. Single Celled Life.
Advancement Conditions: Evolution of muti-cellular organisms. Optimum advancement age: Between 3 and 4 billion years.
Spell your name in land masses. Burn off oceans. Make life impossible in a number of ways. Use earthquakes to create mountain ranges.
Use meteors to create lakes. Use meteors and hurricanes to increase rainfall. Use earthquakes, volcanos and meteors to achieve the highest dust level you can.
Hint: you'll want to pause the simulation or at least turn the core heat ail the way down to stop or slow continental DRIFT. Play Bumper-continents.
Get two or three friends, each build a small continent, and take turns setting off earthquakes to propel the continents into each other. It begins with the appearance of multi-cellular organisms and ends with the development of intelligence.
Your available energy builds up at 1. This timescale relates to the period of time on the real earth from to. The factors simulated in this timescale are; life, biomes, climate, atmpospheric composition and continental drift.
The goal of this timescale is to manipulate the simulation factors and evolve intelligence, at which you will be advanced to the Civilisation timescale.
Your planet has only 10 billion years to live. If you want to complete all the time scales before the end of your planet, you should try to reach the next timescale when your planet is between 5 and 6 billion years old.
Dont advance too soon, or there will not be enough fossil fuels for future civilisations. Tbne on real Earth : to. Prevent particular species from developing intelligence.
Manipulate the evolutionary path. Try to get Carniferns to reach intelligence without using the Monolith.
Try to get the highest biomass rating you can. Try to maintain a valley or island of dinosaurs in the midst of a civilised world.
Play with the atmosphere and see what happens. Raise the terrain all over the planet, and see what happens. See how much and how little of your planet you can have as land without major repercussions to life.
Your available energy builds up at different rates, depending on your highest available technology level: 2 E. This Time Scale relates to the period of time on the real Earth from 10, to years ago.
The factors simulated in this Time Scale, in order of their influence, are: Civilisation, life, biomes, climate, and atmospheric composition.
The goal of this Time Scale is to manipulate the simulation factors and evolve higher levels of technology, at which time you will be advanced to the Technology Time Scale.
Your planet only has 10 billion years to live. If you want to complete all the Time Scales before the end of your planet, you should try to reach the next Time Scale before your planet is 9.
Time on real EArth : 10, to years ago Factors simulated : Civilisation Life Biomes Climate Atmospheric composition Advancement conditions : Development of higher technology Optimum advancement age : Less than 9.
Eliminate unwanted technologies. Promote or eliminate various energy sources. Improve the quality of life for your sentient species. Set up equivalent civilisations on different continents, and let them race to the Technology age.
Vary the altitude, biomes, etc. Try to control pollution. It begins with the appearance of high levels of technology, and ends when technology evolves to the level when your planet can reproduce itself through interstellar "genetic" seeding--the ability to Colonise other planets.
When you complete this Time Scale, and achieve interstellar migration, all Civilisation leaves the planet. The planet is then turned into a wildlife reserve, and returns to the Evolution Time Scale.
Your available energy builds up at different rates, depending on your highest available technology level: 5 E. This Time Scale relates to the period of time on the real Earth from years ago to the future.
The factors simulated in this Time Scale, in order of their influence, are: Civilisation, life, biomes, sentient expansion, climate, and atmospheric composition.
You should try to complete this Time Scale before the end of your planet. Time on real Earth : years ago to the future. Advancement conditions : Development of high enough technology to colonise other planets.
Optimum advancement age : Less than 10 billion years old before the planet dies. Cause or prevent wars. Return the planet to ignorant bliss.
Move cities of different technologies close to each other, and see what happens. Control pollution.
Test the greenhouse effect. They can all be played in easy, medium, hard, and experimental modes. Each scenario has a task for you to accomplish, but feel free to just play with these worlds.
Sentience can only be reached in SimEarth by land animals. We hope we're not offending any intelligent, purely aquatic aliens anywhere in the universe, but as far as we can tell, Civilisation requires the use of fire and the burning of fossil fuels to develop.
Intelligence in SimEarth requires land because of the need of fire, tools, and forges. Water creatures can reach intelligence, but need access to land for toolmaking.
A more creative approach is to use events. Hints: Make sure you keep plenty of shelves shallow water in your oceans.
Most marine life lives near the surface. Notes: Aquarium is a good starting place for people who like to design their own continents.
The sentiet mammals are all stuck on a small island. They have no room to expand, and are unable to develop or expand energy for a technological jump.
The problem: Population stuck in the stone age. Time Scale : Civilisation Your Mission: Aid the population in a migration to larger land masses and increase their level of science.
Hints: If you use events to make a land bridge, be careful not to wipe out your sentient population by accident.
Notes: If you dont like intelligent mammals, you can destroy the island where they live and try to nurture another class of life to sentience.
Life on Earth at that time was undergoing an explosion of diversification. Plants started moving onto the land, followed by insects and other animals.
In this scenario, the drift of the continents will follow the drift of Earth's continents. It starts with the supercontinent called Pangaea, which then splits apart into the ancient continents of Condwanaland and Laurasia.
Eventually, you will recognise the continents as we see them today. The pre-programmed drift will continue into the future following scientific predictions for about million years.
After that, the simulation takes over and controls the drift. The problem: Living in the past Time Scale: Evolution Your mission: Help evolution develop intelligent life while seeing an instant replay of our planet's continental drift.
The methods: On this one, you can just sit back and watch, or get involved in every planetary process. The continents will drift whether or not any life is around to see where they go.
Hints: Beyond million years in the future, the drift will diverge from scientific predictions, and will be at the whim of our simulation code.
Any changes you make to the continents by using events will disappear. The continental drift will follow its pre-programmed path no matter what you do.
See if you can create an earth with intelligent dinosaurs. We live in a world with pollution, war, famine, greenhouse warming, energy shortages, and the possibility of nuclear winter.
The problems: Too many to list here. Read your newspaper. Time Scale : Technology Your mission: Solve all the world's problems and lead us into a future of peace, abundant food, clean air, and plentiful energy.
The methods : If I knew how to solve all these problems, I'd be running the U. Increasing allocation to Agriculture will increase the food supply.
Wars and plague have a greater impact in this scenario than they do in the real world. Notes: This scenario can be difficult, but still more fun than the real thing.
Your home planet is overcrowded, and the population is increasing. You show up for work, and find a memo from the boss that informs you that you've been put in charge of a new project.
The promotion involves a small raise, but you'll have to move--to Mars. Your new job is to turn Mars into a planet capable of supporting human life.
If you fail to complete this project within years you'll be fired. The problem: No water, almost no atmospheric pressure, no oxygen, no plants, no animals, no nothing except rock.
The average temperature is degrees C. Time Scale: Technology Your mission: Terraform Mars and make it a place fit for human occupation, and Colonise the planet.
Gaian regulation has been disabled--no life will spontaneously generate. Then start producing CO2 and other greenhouse gases to build up atmospheric pressure and begin planetary warming.
Use the CO2 generator or better yet, plant some single-Celled life in the oceans--they are more efficient than terraformers at building an atmosphere.
Landmark names shown in all capital letters designate large regions, other names designate smaller regions or individual spots. While Mars is far too cold, Venus is far too hot for life: its average temperature is degrees C.
The problem: Too hot for life Time Scale: Technology Your mission: Cool this planet down, and make it a fit place for Earth life-forms.
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Since water vapor is a greenhouse gas, it just makes things hotter. To cool things down, you've got to reduce the greenhouse effect.
The Oxygenator takes CO2 a greenhouse gas out of the atmosphere. As soon as it cools enough, start placing biomes on Venus, which will also lower the CO2 in the air.
When placing biomes, remember that the higher the elevation, the cooler the temperature. Landmark names shown in all capital letters designate large regions, other names designate smaller regions.
According to the Gaia theory, life and the environment together constitute a system that self-regulates climate and atmospheric composition.
This scenario is based on the original Daisyworld program James Lovelock developed as a test of the Gaia theory. During the past 3. According to theory, Gaia has controlled the temperature to keep Earth cool enough for life.
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