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Subject: Scoring 500 points in 1-player. rss

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Andrew Hardin
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I have crossed the 400 point barrier 3 times now, but I have yet to come close to 500.

I am curious under what conditions this is really possible.

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Adam Baig
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Check out this thread...

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/409720/
 
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Thanks. It does look like it depends on special buildings, but 800+ is definitely a bit of gaming the system. Still pretty cool.

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LexH wrote:
Thanks. It does look like it depends on special buildings, but 800+ is definitely a bit of gaming the system. Still pretty cool.

- Lex


I posted a full log of a 450-point game that used no special buildings. After that, I scored 489, with the full log posted here. Using that as a guide, breaking 500 should be possible even without the Zoo (I think the Business Park is a net 12 points or so by itself, for instance).
 
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It took me a little while to figure out the strategies, but it's possible to get significantly more than 500 points in solo even without special buildings. Check out my 526-point game. That's with a specific ordering of tiles and buildings, but in most random setups, 450+ should still be feasible.
 
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