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Daraus resultiert eine hohe Unzufriedenheit. Bodenverschmutzung sollte also bestmöglich bekämpft werden.
Wenn der Boden in der Nähe von Wasserpumpen verschmutzt ist, sollten Sie nur die teuren, aber effektiven Filterpumpen verwenden. Vorhandene Bodenverschmutzung beseitigen Sie mit Bäumen oder Parks, die Sie direkt auf die verschmutzten Bereiche setzen.
Das dauert zwar sehr lange,bringt aber zusätzlich auch Grundwasser. Besonders spannend ist es, das Wachstum der Stadt eines Freundes zu beobachten.
Allerdings sollten Sie nur mit Freunden spielen, denen Sie auch vertrauen. Wenn zum Beispiel ein Freund ein Atomkraftwerk baut und dann nicht gut aufpasst, kann es schnell zu einer Kernschmelze kommen.
Danach ist die komplette Region verstrahlt. Auch hohe Kriminalität und Umweltverschmutzung können ein gewaltiges Problem für die ganze Region bedeuten.
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Versand nach:. Angaben ohne Gewähr. Der Betrag kann sich bis zum Zahlungstermin ändern. Denn so vermeidet ihr vorerst, dass eure Einwohner die schlechte Luft abbekommen.
Durch Luft- und Bodenverschmutzung im Wohn- und Gewerbegebiet steigen Krankheiten und Gewaltbereitschaft unnötig stark an, was wiederum zu hohen Kosten und unzufriedenen Bürgern führt.
Dies ist daher möglichst zu vermeiden, bis man im späteren Spielverlauf andere Lösungsansätze gefunden hat. Um das Wasser nicht durch Industrie zu verschmutzen, solltet ihr die Wassertürme am anderen Ende der Stadt errichten falls dies möglich ist.
Gebt dabei nicht mehr als 3. Ein Kohlekraftwerk soll für den nötigen Strom sorgen, macht viel Dreck und senkt den Grundstückswert, weshalb sich ein Platz im Industriegebiet anbietet.
Warum keine Windkraft, fragt ihr euch? Weil das auf Dauer zu viel Platz wegnimmt. Ja, eine Metropole braucht jeden Meter, den sie zur Verfügung hat.
Später ersetzen wir es durch ein Atomkraftwerk, aber bis dahin ist es noch ein weiter Weg. Als nächstes wählt ihr den Weg mit niedriger Dichte aus und begebt euch mit der Kamera in eine Ecke der Stadt.
Genau diesen Pfad pflastert ihr mit dem Weg zu. You can also select experimental mode, which gives you an unlimited energy budget.
The bottom of the window gives you choices of planets. There are seven scenarios--pre-set planets--that you can load, or you can create a random planet.
Let's create a random planet in easy game mode. Now you will see a dialog box asking you to name your planet and select the Time Scale.
There are four Time Scales in SimEarth; each simulates different aspects of planetary development. There is a complete description of each Time Scale in the Reference section.
Since this planet is in the first Time Scale, the two are the same. There will be no oceans for a while, and there is no atmosphere to burn up incoming meteors.
You will witness events: meteor strikes, volcanoes, and earthquakes. Soon oceans will form and life will form in the oceans. Scroll around the planet and go sightseeing for a few minutes.
A lot is going on: time is passing very fast in this Time Scale. You can see the continents drifting. Single-celled life is spreading.
Meteors hit the land and make craters that become lakes or hit the ocean and cause tidal waves. At the top-left of the panel are six icons.
Click on these icons to activate tools for changing the planet. It shows which tool is being used and the cost in energy to use it. Click on each icon.
The three on the left have submenus. Click and hold to see them. Keep the mouse button down, and slide the pointer to an option on the submenu to select it.
You can have any, all, or none of these on at once. When you turn off the display of the oceans, you can see the elevation of the ocean floor.
This doesn't make the ocean go away, it just makes it invisible. Depending on how fast you read, and how fast your computer is, you may or may not have life or biomes to turn on and off at this time.
Only one of these can be on at a time. Go ahead and play with these for a while. In SimEarth, the price you pay to manipulate the planet is in energy.
This little box tells you how much you have left. As time passes, your energy supply will slowly build back up, but it will never exceed in an easy game, or in an average or hard game.
In experimental mode, you have unlimited energy. The icon will be highlighted. Point to the water and click and hold for a few seconds.
You've just built an island. If you watch for a while, you'll notice that the island moves and changes. That is because time is moving so fast in this Time Scale that you can see the continents moving continental drift.
The price to lower altitude is also 50 energy units. Scroll over to a landmass, click and hold for a few seconds.
You've just dug a lake. A small window appears with a representation of Gaia--the planetary organism. This face will give you constant feedback on the "mood of the planet.
The moods range from bliss to horror. Everything that happens and everything you do affects the planet's mood. You may want to keep this window showing in a corner of the screen to give you constant feedback on your planetary management.
Gaia will sleep until life forms, then it will wake up. Its eyes will follow the pointer around the screen. Please don't poke it in the eye. So i aint pratting about trying to re-create em with Ansi.
Now for some real fun--triggering events. Events are more than just disasters or occurrences: they are tools.
They can be helpful in shaping the land and changing the composition of the atmosphere. They can also cause mass extinctions.
Remember, in SimEarth, everything is interrelated. You will see the submenu of events. Click a few times on the ocean. Meteors will crash into the water, creating tidal waves.
When meteors hit the water, they add a lot of moisture to the air, which will increase rainfall and contribute to the greenhouse effect.
Look at the percentage of Water Vapor. Check the Water Vapor percentage again. You will get huge craters.
If they are deep enough, they will become lakes. Crashing meteors into land spews dust into the atmosphere.
Too much dust in the air blocks sunlight, which will kill plants biomes , which will kill animals. Trigger a volcano somewhere in the ocean--instant island.
Volcanoes in the water cause tidal waves, which can kill land life near the coasts. Volcanoes also add dust and carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.
It has a sub- submenu for choosing the direction of the earthquake's energy. Earthquakes in SimEarth let you change the direction of the magma flow under the surface of the earth, which affects continental drift.
In other words, earthquakes let you move continents. You can use earthquakes to build mountain ranges. Near the top of the window, set off a few earthquakes that expend their energy to the south.
Near the bottom of the window, set off a few earthquakes that expend their energy to the north. This has the effect of squeezing the land from both sides, and a mountain range will be pushed up where the energy from the southbound and northbound quakes meet.
Take some time and play with them. This is what must be accomplished before advancing to the next Time Scale, or successfully completing a scenario.
Let's start a new planet in the Civilisation Time Scale and look at the rest of our tools. Choose the disk or directory you want to save to, and change the name of the planet if you wish.
Click the SAVE button. Refer to the SimEarth addendum for details. This time, choose experimental mode, then click on the random planet. In this control panel are 12 icons that change the map display.
They are arranged in five groups: Geosphere, Hydrosphere, Atmosphere, Bio sphere , and Civ ilization. Icons from Left to Right number !
The map now displayed is the Terrain Map, which corresponds with the Terrain Map icon. Here you can see the continents and the oceans, and the terrain level of the land.
Click on the Event Map icon. Now the map shows the land and water no altitude , plus tiny symbols that appear where events are occurring if they are occurring.
Click on the Drift Map icon. Now you see the direction of the magma currents, which controls continental drift on your planet.
Click on the Terrain Map icon. The drift is gone, and the altitude display is back. This toggles on and off the view of the oceans. It can be used along with any of the other icons.
Click on it a couple times, but when you are done, leave the display of oceans on. Click on the Ocean Temperature icon. You are shown the temperature of the ocean in shades or colors.
Click on the next icon to see a display of ocean currents. Click on each of them. The Biosphere group only has two icons: Biomes shows the biome distribution on the planet, and Life shows the diversity of life on the planet.
There is only one icon in the Civilisation group. It displays the distribution of the seven levels of Technology on the planet.
Biome Ratio Graph This graph shows the relative amounts of each biome on the planet. Since it shows changes over time, you can see the rise and fall of biomes through time.
This shows the relative amounts of each class of life on the planet. This shows the relative amount of each level of technology on the planet.
A small window will pop up on the screen that gives you data on the biomes, life, and Civilisation in that spot. The data window will update to describe the spot under the pointer.
Now that we know something about the planet, let's shake things up a little. This is where you choose life, civilisations cities , and terraformers to place on your planet.
The left side of the submenu is for selecting life. The top seven are sea life, the bottom seven are land life. On the right side, the top seven items are cities for your intelligent SimEarthlings.
The seven cities represent seven levels of technology. Below the cities are seven terraformers. These are tools that you will need to terraform Mars and Venus.
Select one of the life-forms on the left side of the submenu. The life- form will be placed where you click. Depending on the Time Scale and level of development on the planet, some of the options on the Place Life submenu will not be available.
These include both life-forms and cities. Just because you place life on the planet doesn't mean it will stay there. If you place ocean life on the land or land life in the water, it won't last long.
Also, life-forms can only survive well in certain biomes. A complete chart of what life can live in which biome is in the "Life" chapter in the Reference section of this manual.
Notice that placing different life forms and cities costs different amounts of energy, depending on the level of advancement of the item you are placing.
You will see a submenu that will allow you to choose a biome to plant. The various biomes can only survive in certain climates--if you plant a swamp in a polar icecap, it won't last long.
A complete chart of what biomes can survive in which climates is in the "Life" chapter in the Reference section. When planting biomes, you can click and hold the mouse button, and slowly drag the mouse across the planet.
The biomes will be continuously "painted" onto the terrain. Click on the MOVE icon. Move the pointer to a different spot, and release the mouse button.
Besides moving things, the MOVE tool is helpful for investigation. To see what life or biome is under a city, use the MOVE tool to lift it, then put it back in the same place.
We've covered exploration and modification of the planet; now we'll learn how to modify the simulation. In fact, you only change part of the planet.
For a complete description of the control panels, see the "Model Control Panels" chapter in the Reference section.
These aspects, such as continental drift and core formation, change very slowly over millions of years.
Since they change so slowly, the only way to see them clearly is in the Geologic Time Scale. Create a new, random planet in the Geologic Time Scale.
It will have a checkmark on the left if it is on. Each control has a name and an indicator. The indicator is usually an arrow.
The words and the arrow above those words will be highlighted to show that this control is ready for your changes. To change the settings, you will use the slider control on the right side of the control panel.
Click above or below the slider to move it up or down one notch. You can also click and drag the slider.
If the oceans haven't formed yet on your newest planet, wait a minute until they do, then continue. Click and drag the slider all the way to the top, turning continental drift to its maximum setting.
Now turn the continental drift all the way down. The continents will slow their movement to nearly nothing.
The other controls are operated the same way, and though the results of changing them isn't as obvious as with continental drift, they all have a powerful impact on the planet.
You just turned the heat from the Sun to maximum. Your planet will soon start warming up. Each of these actions will contribute to global warming.
It will now display a graph of the changes in air temperature. Watch for a while. Soon the map and graph will show a rise in temperature.
If you leave it rising long enough, your oceans will boil off and all life on the planet will die. After a few minutes, set all the settings back to midway, and watch the map and graph as everything begins to cool down.
It controls how the simulation models life on the planet. The changes from this control panel are much less obvious than the others. It is only useful in the Civilisation and Technology Time Scales.
This control panel is one of the main challenges of SimEarth. You decide what energy sources the intelligent inhabitants of your planet will invest their time in, and what they will do with the energy.
This is a very complex control panel. These are set the same as settings on the other control panels.
Different energy sources are appropriate for different levels of technology: you can make a Stone Age level Civilisation spend a lot of time trying to develop nuclear energy, but they don't have the knowledge or tools to succeed, and won't get any return from it.
The more you invest in energy forms that are appropriate for the technology level, the more energy the civilisations will have to use for advancement to the next technology level.
You decide to what use the civilisations will put the energy they produce. This side of the control panel works a little differently from the left side.
It is a ratio. All energy that is produced is used. The higher the setting for each energy use, the higher the percentage of the produced energy will be allocated to that use.
If the settings are all in the middle, or all the way up, the model interprets it the same. The important thing here is the relative settings of each energy use.
Set your priorities and allocate to those uses you find most important. There is detailed information on the planet's Civilised life.
It tells you the class of your sentient species, the highest and average median technology level, the population, and quality of life.
It also shows a chart of what biomes your sentient species prefers to live in. It lists the energy sources, and their efficiency.
The efficiency depends on the average level of technology on your planet. To the left of each energy source are the hours per week your global citizen works on this energy source.
Below these hours are the total hours per week intelligent SimEarthlings must work to survive. Try it. Keep this in mind when you set your energy investment--the work hours per week affect the SimEarthling's quality of life.
The results of your allocation are easy to see. The occurrence of war will quickly rise. Eventually it will fall, because so many of the sentient SimEarthlings have been killed that there's no one left to fight.
Try turning each one all the way up, then all the way down and see what happens. Allocate too much and they will advance too fast, and kill themselves.
Your task here is making difficult choices and setting priorities. Mastery of planet management takes a lot of time and experimentation.
You may even heaven forbid have to read the rest of this manual. Happy simulating. Here are some profound thoughts and revelations that occurred to us while playing SimEarth.
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