Tiny Tower for iPhone: Guide, Walkthrough, Strategies, tips and tricks

Date: July / 02 / 2011 + Comments: 11

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Game: Tiny Tower
Compatible with: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad with iOS 3.0 or later.
Seller: Ian Marsh
Company: NimbleBit
iTunes link: Tiny Tower (Free with In-app purchases, not required to play and enjoy all the game, just to help)

Guide

Here is how Tiny Tower works. Upon starting the game, you are greeted by a fresh new tower and a simple lobby. Working through the tutorial, you build your first residential floor and your first production floor, move in your first Bitizen and give them a job. The Bitizen gets to work creating items to sell, bringing in coins. Spend those coins on building more floors and eventually your tower will reach up into the sky.

The floors

Each floor has three items to stock, and each one is on a different timer. When an item’s stock sells out, its your job to tell your Bitizens to order more, a task that takes anywhere from a minute to a few hours depending on the item. When that timer fills up, you also need to order them to put the item up for sale again. When you are overseeing a few production floors, this means checking in occasionally. When you have got a 40 story tower, on the other hand, this production cycle will quickly take over your life, if you let it.


The game uses local notifications to let you know when the first item is available to restock after closing the app. This is a great way to stay on top of your towers’ needs early on, but with enough production floors it might just make you crazy. I turned notifications off pretty quickly, and discovered something cool—unlike most of these appointment gaming types, I can peek into my tower at any time and find something to do. There is always something ready to stock, or someone waiting to ride the elevator. So Tiny Tower fits perfectly into any little gaps of time you have for it. And with no spoilage mechanic, the only thing to lose by ignoring it is the coins you could have been earning in the meantime.

The Bitizens

If this all sounds like a lot of managing timers and pushing buttons, you will be happy to know there is a bit more to it. The Bitizens are really the heart and soul of Tiny Tower. Their comings and goings will occupy a lot of your attention. For starters, they each have their own set of talents. There are five categories of production floor, and individual Bitizens are stronger working at some and weaker at others. They also have their own little dreams. Bitizens working in their dream jobs are better than their counterparts, and you get a tidy bonus for putting them there. Want to see what they’re thinking? Hit up Bitbook, a virtual social network for your virtual workers that’s filled with quips and little hints.

The elevator

You are also in control of their literal comings and goings, because you control your tower’s elevator. Ferrying Bitizens to their destination nets you tips, both in coins and Bux, the game’s premium currency. Occasionally, VIPs show up to add a bit of strategy to the game. They have special abilities, and where you drop them off can make a big difference to your production.

Customization

For the creative types, you can customize your tower to the nines. You can’t pick which floors are built, just which categories you’re creating, but you can move your floors around and paint them to match any color scheme you can imagine. You can also dress up your Bitizens with a palette and outfit randomizer. It took a bit of persistence, but I’ve got all my employees dressed smartly in per-floor uniforms. The adorable pixel art makes this extra satisfying.

Tower Bux

The premium aspects of the game are more than fair. You can buy Tower Bux with real money, but you can also earn them as tips or as bonuses for fully stocking a production floor. A Where is Waldo-style mini-game also awards them. You can exchange them for coins or as timesavers to build a floor faster, finish stocking it, upgrade your elevator or move in a Bitizen. If you’re really keen to get ahead, purchasing Bux will help. But if you just play regularly you will always have lots to do and plenty of chances to expand. Nothing is locked out for players who don’t want to pay.

Other than a nitpick or two (it would be nice to toggle the elevator-style music off and keep the sound on, for instance), my only real concern is the lack of social integration. These games are always better with friends (many of whom you can find in our forums), but the only thing you can really do with your buddies in Tiny Tower is compete with them on the Game Center leaderboard and for achievements, and look at their towers. Maybe we will see more social options in the future, like something to exchange with friends or something to do in their towers.

But enough talk. Tiny Tower is another great, free game from the guys at NimbleBit, and you should definitely check it out. Just try not to get too caught up in the lives of your little Bitizens – it’s important to put the game down once in a while.

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Source: touchArcade

Tips

  1. The fastest way to get coins is to grind until you get 50 tower bux, then buy the 100k coin package. With around 1 hour of gaming time, it is possible to get 30+ tower bux and 6 floors.
  2. Bitizens will never move out on their own. Employee skill levels affect how big of a discount you get on restocking products.
  3. The more bitizens working at the businesses, the more products you can sell at once and the more money you earn.
  4. Always fully staff a business before moving to the next one. Always have ample residential floors.
  5. You get tower bux for doing various tasks during the game which can fast forward any stock/build time you have, and if you find a VIP visiting the lobby you can take them to any floor under construction to instantly complete the job.
  6. Match the jobs you assign to Bitizens to their job-skill ratings. Don’t shy away from evicting Bitizens whose skills don’t fit into the vacant floors you have.
  7. For an initial boost, save up 50 cash and trade it for 100,000 gold. Instead of spending cash to speed things up initially, sacrifice your first day’s gameplay by waiting for constructions and restockings to complete by themselves, while transporting Bitizens on elevators manually to hoard up your bux.
  8. To help with the above… get into a habit of saving cash! Bored of transporting Bitizens up and down the elevator? Multi-task out into a game of NBA Jam, lap of Real Racing 2 or match of First Touch Soccer and come back while your floors are being built or items are being restocked.
  9. Make sure all of your shops’ three employment-slots are filled with skilled workers. Keep your floors fully stocked with items before logging off or taking a break, letting you sell maximum stock while away. If you’re 15-20 stock away from hitting empty on a Level 2 or 3 item, consider spending Cash to restock it fast before logging off.
  10. Plan your next move. You will usually have more unemployed Bitizens in your hotel than working ones initially, since only 3-slots exist per store. Decide which shop you want to open next and invite only Bitizens with that particular skill-set to stay at your tower while you save up gold for the next floor.
  11. Stock all three items on any shop to get a small coin bonus. There are NO ALERTS as to when an item goes out of stock; so keep your eyes peeled!
  12. You can give each Bitizen a makeover for 1 coin per change. Beware, this is not mentioned explicitly in-game!
  13. Change the theme of each room by tapping on it, and then hitting paint! You start off with 100 Paint-credits which can be used to renovate any room in your tower. When you run out, buy another 100 Paint-credits for 1 Bux!
  14. It is easier organize and henceforth, manage your rooms, restaurants and other themed-floors if they are stacked together. Tap on the room you want to shift, and hit move! This costs 1 Bux every time you move any floor.
  15. When doing the find a Bitizen mini-missions, you don’t need to find his exact position, just tap anywhere on the floor he or she is on!
  16. It is really important to dump low skill tenants and try to keep the brightest. They will make your life much easier.
  17. You only need a store to be staffed while you’re producing an item. So while a level three item requires three staff members at the store to produce, once the item is produced you can move them to a different store and the item will remain at the store, and continue to be sold. I imagine you need to leave at least one bitizen at the store to keep it open.

    So you can shuffle level 8/9 employees around. It is super helpful while you’re waiting for newly built apartments to fill up, and awesome when combined with certain stores that have HUGE inventory counts, like the soda brewery (stocks 1500 level 3 items).

It’s evident there are lots of minor details which the tutorial initially leaves out, only to encourage you to discover things by yourself while playing. Feel free to post your tips and strategies here.

Advanced Strategies

(*) (*) (*) Above all, this one has helped me out the most: the game has some in-built mechanic to send a larger number of Bitizens to Housing Floors which are fully occupied or Shops as opposed to ones which have vacant spots. Take advantage of this by keeping one empty slot in each housing floor you own. If the Bitizen who just arrived has a high Job Skill Rating + wants a Dream Job in one of the establishments you own, keep him/her and evict someone else in the house. If the Bitizen which arrives seems like a waste, evict and wait for another.

By constantly keeping a slot open in each housing establishment, you increase your chances of filling in your Shops with employees who want them as Dream Jobs.

(*) (*) (*) Job-Skill Ratings (out of 10) contribute towards a percentage discount while restocking any floor.
ie: If three employees, each possessing a rating of 9 towards a particular skill are working in the appropriate store, a total of 27% of the normal price will be discounted each time you restock items on that floor.

(*) (*) (*) Dream Jobs: 1 worker with dream job will get you double stock on the first sale item, two dream workers will get you double stock on the first and second items, three dream workers gets you double stock on all three.

(*) (*) (*) Want to change one of your stores? Not happy with the Womens’ Fashion Store or Frozen Yogurt stall?
Wait for all stocks to get depleted from the store you want to change (to make the most of your invested money), and hit DELETE. This does not cost any Bux nor gold but it will put the floor back on construction mode; BUT it will take the next amount of time to build than your last built floor, just as if you had purchased a new level for your tower.

(*) (*) (*) Cycle your Bitizens if you are low on housing-space. They are required to STOCK STORES, not sell the items in the store. The latter happens automatically; therefore, you can fill up a store with three employees, finish stocking all three levels, then assign them at different floors. Comes in handy during SOME situations – I personally don’t take advantage of this too much with so many Bitizens on hand already to manage.

General Tips

How to spend the bux
Suggested order for spending Bux initially in the game would be as follows:

  1. Transport as many passengers as possible, collect tips and start building your Bux hoard.
  2. Do not spend Bux on restocking Level 1 or Level 2 items. Level 3 (the longest), go for it.
  3. Save up 50 Bux and trade them for 100,000 gold.
  4. Spend the 100,000 you receive on building up as many floors as you can, while saving some for re-stocking purposes.
  5. It’s time to start saving up your Bux – as mentioned above, only spend them on speeding up Level-3 (the longest) store items – wait out Levels 1 and 2, they’re usually considerably shorter.
  6. Once you have 25 more Bux saved up, it’s time for your first Elevator upgrade – you won’t realize how helpful this is until you actually upgrade it and find out for yourself!
  7. Keep collecting Bux, upgrading your tower as well as its’ Elevator going – build a variety of shops and have a great time with the game.
  • To help with the above… get into a habit of SAVING CASH! Bored of transporting Bitizens up and down the elevator? Multi-task out into a game of NBA Jam, lap of Real Racing 2 or match of First Touch Soccer and come back while your floors are being built or items are being restocked.
  • Make sure all of your shops’ three employment-slots are filled with skilled workers. Keep your floors fully stocked with items before logging off or taking a break, letting you sell maximum stock while away. If you’re 15-20 stock away from hitting empty on a Level 2 or 3 item, consider spending Cash to restock it fast before logging off.
  • Plan your next move. You will usually have more unemployed Bitizens in your hotel than working ones initially, since only 3-slots exist per store. Decide which shop you want to open next and invite only Bitizens with that particular skill-set to stay at your tower while you save up gold for the next floor.
  • Stock all three items on any shop to get a small coin bonus. There are NO ALERTS as to when an item goes out of stock; so keep your eyes peeled!
  • You can give each Bitizen a makeover for 1 coin per change. Beware, this is not mentioned explicitly in-game!
  • Change the theme of each room by tapping on it, and then hitting PAINT! You start off with 100 Paint-credits which can be used to renovate any room in your tower. When you run out, buy another 100 Paint-credits for 1 “Bux”!
  • It’s easier organize and henceforth, manage your rooms, restaurants and other themed-floors if they are stacked together. Tap on the room you want to shift, and hit MOVE! This costs 1 “Bux” every time you move any floor.
  • When doing the “find a Bitizen” mini-missions, you don’t need to find his exact position (a-la Where’s Waldo) – just tap anywhere on the floor he or she is on!

Source: touchArcade forums

VIPs

Brown shirt: Deliveryman (Removes 3hrs worth of restocking time)
Yellow hardhat: Construction worker (Removes 3hrs worth of construction of new floors)
Green shirt with Glasses: Big Spender (Buys out item from floor)

List of Tiny Tower Floors (by time)

This is a list of all of the floors, separated by category, and ordered in ascending order of the 3rd/2nd/1st items’ restocking times (listed in minutes). This information is from the game files, for those who are curious.

[Source: Toucharcade.com]

Food

Coffee House,5,10,20 Sub Shop,10,15,20 Sushi Bar,2,8,25 Pub,1,10,25 Mexican Food,1,10,30 Smoothie Shop,4,15,30 Frozen Yogurt,5,15,30 Sky Burger,10,15,30 Diner,5,20,30 Vegan Food,10,25,35 Tea House,5,25,40 Asian Cuisine,10,25,45 Pizza Place,5,30,45 Fancy Cuisine,10,30,50 Scoops,3,15,180 Bakery,30,45,180

Service

Barber Shop,5,10,30 Laundromat,5,20,40 Health Club,30,45,120 Pharmacy,10,60,120 Travel Agency,15,60,120 Day Spa,45,60,120 Fortune Teller,30,45,160 Dentists Office,60,120,180 Optometrist,60,120,180 Ship & Print,15,30,200 Bank,15,80,200 Wedding Chapel,30,120,360 Tutoring Center,120,180,360 Martial Arts,240,480,700 Doctors Office,60,180,1000 Private eye,180,500,1000

Recreation

Comedy Club,5,8,25 Video Rental,4,15,30 Night Club,5,10,45 Casino,20,45,100 Arcade,5,15,120 Mini Golf,30,60,120 Planetarium,40,100,120 Theater,45,120,180 Aquarium,30,45,200 Cineplex,15,120,200 Museum,45,80,220 Paintball Arena,45,120,245 Bowling Alley,5,30,300 Racquetball,30,60,300 Volleyball Club,30,60,300 Cyber Cafe,15,30,400

Retail

Toy Store,6,15,30 Plant Nursery,13,38,55 Book Store,15,25,60 Shoe Store,20,30,60 Hat Shop,15,45,60 Bike Shop,20,30,80 Furniture Store,20,60,80 Music Store,10,45,110 Record Shop,25,50,150 Game Store,20,40,160 Fabric Shop,10,45,160 Comic Store,15,60,180 Mens Fashion,15,35,200 Womens Fashion,15,35,200 Tech Store,30,60,230 Mapple Store,30,120,300

Creative

Photo Studio,15,30,60 Soda Brewery,20,40,100 Cake Studio,45,75,200 Pottery Studio,60,80,220 Graphic Design,60,100,300 Glass Studio,60,120,300 Tattoo Parlor,45,160,300 Ad Agency,45,140,330 Wood Shop,60,160,330 Art Studio,100,200,400 Software Studio,60,200,500 Fashion Studio,60,300,500 Recording Studio,45,400,600 Game Studio,60,200,700 Film Studio,120,200,700 Architect Office,120,320,800

List of Tiny Tower Floors (by products, items)

A list of all types of floors (Residential/Food/Creative/Retail/Service) and their respective products / items / services.

Name Type Product A Product B Product C
1 Construction Construction
2 Tattoo Parlor Creative Butterfly Demon Skull Fancy Parrot
3 Software Studio Creative Calendar App Anti-Virus App Bank Software
4 Pottery Studio Creative Simple Bowl Pretty Plate Detailed Vase
5 Glass Studio Creative Green Tumbler Orange Vase Aqua Bottle
6 Art Studio Creative Small Portrait Still Life Landscape
7 Photo Studio Creative Pet Portrait Single Portrait Family Portrait
8 Fashion Studio Creative Wrap Design Blouse Design Outfit Design
9 Recording Studio Creative Jingle Recording Single Recording Album Recording
10 Wood Shop Creative Chair Rocking Horse Bookcase
11 Architect Office Creative Room Addition House Design Tower Design
12 Graphic Design Creative Album Cover Band Poster Web Site
13 Film Studio Creative Food Commercial TV Episode Movie Shoot
14 Ad Agency Creative Print Ad Billboard Ad TV Ad
15 Game Studio Creative Match 3 Game City Sim MMORPG
16 Cake Studio Creative Single Layer Double Layer Triple Layer
17 Soda Brewery Creative Cherry Soda Cola 6 Pack Soda Keg
18 Empty Floor Empty
19 Sushi Bar Food California Roll Tuna Sushi8 Sea Urchin
20 Mexican Food Food Chips & Salsa Tacos Shrimp Platter
21 Tea House Food Green Tea Dumplings Pork Katsu
22 Vegan Food Food Beet Salad Roasted Potatoes Soy burger
23 Frozen Yogurt Food Mini Chocolate Medium Vanilla Jumbo Swirl
24 Smoothie Shop Food Wheatgrass Small Smoothie Jumbo Juice
25 Sub Shop Food 6 inch Sub 9 inch Sub 12 inch Sub
26 Coffee House Food Espresso Tall Latte Frappe
27 Sky Burger Food Fries Nuggets Big Burger
28 Asian Cuisine Food Spring Rolls Noodle Bowl Orange Tofu
29 Diner Food Cup of Joe Bacon & Eggs Soup & Sandwich
30 Pub Food Bar Nuts Root Beer Hot Wings
31 Pizza Place Food Pizza Slice Personal Pan Giant Pizza
32 Scoops Food Ice Cream Bar Triple Scoop Ice Cream Cake
33 Bakery Food Sugar Cookies Walnut Muffins Bread Loaf
34 Fancy Cuisine Food Sparkling Juice Caviar Roast Duck
35 Arcade Recreation 1 Play Extra Life High Score
36 Video Rental Recreation Movie Rental New Release Console Rental
37 Museum Recreation Admission Audio Tour Charity Event
38 Aquarium Recreation Admission Fish Toy Annual Pass
39 Cineplex Recreation Popcorn Matinee 3D Movie
40 Theater Recreation Interpretive Dance Comedy Tragedy
41 Planetarium Recreation Planet Tour Solar Tour Laser Show
42 Mini Golf Recreation 1 Player Round 2 Player Round 3 Player Round
43 Volleyball Club Recreation Practice Friendly Game Tournament
44 Racquetball Recreation Practice Friendly Game Tournament
45 Bowling Alley Recreation Shoe Rental Single Game Tournament
46 Cyber Cafe Recreation Web Browsing Computer Games Game Tourney
47 Paintball Arena Recreation 1 Paintballs 5 Paintballs Paintballs
48 Night Club Recreation Cover Charge Cocktail VIP Ticket
49 Casino Recreation Nickel Slots Dollar Slots45 Poker Game
50 Comedy Club Recreation LOL’s LMAO’s8 ROFL’s
51 Plainlake Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
52 Sweetside Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
53 Tuscana Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
54 Lotus Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
55 Moderna Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
56 Chateau Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
57 50's Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
58 Santa Fe Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
59 Gothic Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
60 Art Deco Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
61 Rustic Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
62 Eclectic Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
63 Broadleaf Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
64 Safari Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
65 70's Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
66 Loft Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
67 High Tech Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
68 Garden Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
69 Baycrest Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
70 Mismatch Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
71 Nerd Cave Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
72 Zen Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
73 Beach Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
74 Club Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
75 Hacienda Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
76 Greek Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
77 Storage Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
78 Brightpoint Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
79 Cottage Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
80 Greenwood Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
81 Aquatic Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
82 Stonecrest Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
83 Bridgeview Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
84 Fawlty Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
85 Estate Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
86 Pinehurst Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
87 HiFi Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
88 Birchside Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
89 Westgrove Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
90 Plumbrook Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
91 Glendale Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
92 Ridgemill Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
93 Goldcreek Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
94 Silverwell Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
95 Mesa Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
96 Dover Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
97 Mistmont Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
98 Devonshire Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
99 Mapleton Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
100 Ivymoss Apts. Residential 2nd Bedroom 3rd Bedroom 3 Bed
101 Toy Store Retail Toy Blocks Rocket Ship Toy Soldiers
102 Mapple Store Retail MyPod MyPhone MyBook
103 Book Store Retail Paperback Hardback Boxed Set
104 Shoe Store Retail Sandals Sneakers Dress Shoes
105 Hat Shop Retail Trucker Hat Cowboy Hat Top Hat
106 Record Shop Retail Single Album Discography
107 Music Store Retail Sheet Music Trumpet Electric Guitar
108 Bike Shop Retail Bike Shirt Bike Wheel Mountain Bike
109 Comic Store Retail Mage Cards BattleClub Figure Atom Man No 1
110 Furniture Store Retail Fake Plant End Table Modern Chair
111 Plant Nursery Retail Small Cactus Hanging Plant Fertilizer
112 Fabric Shop Retail Thread Spool Quilt Square Bolts of Fabric
113 Mens Fashion Retail Tie Dress Belt 3 Piece Suit
114 Womens Fashion Retail Cute Hat Purse Nice Outfit
115 Tech Store Retail Camera Laptop Flat Screen TV
116 Game Store Retail Used Game Controller Game System
117 Barber Shop Service Shave Haircut Perm
118 Day Spa Service Pedicure Facial Stone Massage
119 Dentists Office Service Cleaning Teeth Whitening Gold Crown
120 Doctors Office Service Check Up Prescription Lab Test
121 Fortune Teller Service Palm Reading Tarot Reading Séance
122 Optometrist Service Eye Glasses Contact Lenses Laser Treatment
123 Health Club Service Weight Workout Ball Workout Cardio Workout
124 Martial Arts Service White Belt Red Belt Black Belt
125 Wedding Chapel Service Quick Hitch Full Ceremony Themed Ceremony
126 Laundromat Service Sock Fluff Delicate Cycle Denim Dry
127 Private eye Service Background Check Surveillance5 Murder Mystery
128 Tutoring Center Service Addition Help Grammar Help Trig Help
129 Travel Agency Service Car Reservation Flight Booking Cruise Booking
130 Ship & Print Service Photocopies Shipment Sales Report
131 Pharmacy Service Cold Medicine Flu Shot Rx Refill
132 Bank Service Check Deposit New Account Loan Application

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11 Comments »

  1. Sohot says:

    i was playing tiny tower but i need to make workes but it does not do it. i haver 5 towers tell me why i can’t hirre workes???

  2. Scribble says:

    @Sohot Do you have apartments?

  3. rbp says:

    has anyone else noticed that their ‘people’ stop shopping/spending money after a while? mine move about and work, but don’t spend anymore and it’s making making money much longer and slower… i have 26 floors…

  4. J says:

    I really want build a fashion studio!
    almost 2month! over 100times!
    anybody built a fashion studio?
    i think they dont have fashion studio!
    how can i build it?!

  5. DanielSemper says:

    J:

    It is random, so you just have to keep trying (the same happened to me with the Sushi Restaurant).

    And yes, there is a Fashion Studio.

    BTW don’t forget to upgrade, there are new apartments like Laboratory (Frankenstein style).

  6. Nickerdoodle says:

    Just wondering what the benefit to upgrading a floor is? I tried it, expecting stock levels to climb significantly, but it really didn’t do much at all. Help?

  7. Kiki says:

    Nickerdoodle – more information on the Tiny Tower Wiki, upgrading a floor increases stock by 75 for every level. Useful for towers that run out of stock really fast.

  8. Top gamer says:

    I waisted 2553 coins on a stock qty 345,000

  9. Foodlemore says:

    Dose anyone know what category the comic book store fall into

  10. Help Guied says:

    Thanks for the good writeup. It in reality used to be a amusement account it. Look complex to more added agreeable from you! By the way, how could we be in contact?

  11. imnotgoing2say says:

    my tiny tower is totally different than this thing
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