There are two types of companies: industrial companies produce refined resources such as metal and are usually least vulnerable to dissatisfied employees. Commercial companies include cafés, pubs, video arcades and music stores in which citizens can purchase one of the six Wheel of Life services that make them happy and satisfied.
Each company provides workplaces for its citizens. From workplaces citizens receive salaries they can use to shop for services and pay taxes. The higher the citizen tax rate, the less they can afford to shop at companies for services and the more you, being the mayor, must provide for their needs by means of municipal services. Every company has at least one middle-class workplace and one workingclass workplace. Companies also have infrastructural needs that, with staff happiness, determine the company’s quality and efficiency.
- Efficiency determines the maximum number of sales a company can make.
- Quality determines how many sales it will make.
Shops resemble municipal services in the sense that quality dictates their service range. Conversely, efficiency determines the maximum number of citizens that can shop at a store each month.
- The following businesses determine the production output of your city in the scenario.