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Latest revision as of 11:45, September 1, 2019

InformationEdit

The Seafood Restaurant is one of four cultural buildings of Oceanic Future. It is also the premium cultural building of the Oceanic Future. When the Seafood Restaurant is polished, its output of happiness is doubled for 12 hours.

EfficiencyEdit

Happiness +483 per tile.[1]


Other cultural buildingsEdit

Cultural Buildings
Bronze Age SchoolStone CircleTavernTheater[2]
Iron Age Amphitheater[2]Public BathTriumphal Arch
Early Middle Ages GallowsInnMarketplacePillory[2]
High Middle Ages ChurchDoctorPrinter[2]
Late Middle Ages AcademyCartographerLibraryPalace[2]
Colonial Age CoiffeurExotic Goods VendorTrading CompanyTravelling Circus[2]
Industrial Age Natural History Museum[2]Police StationSaloonWater Pumping Station
Progressive Era City ParkElectrical PlantMetro EntrancePublishing HouseZeppelin[2]
Modern Era American DinerAmusement Park[2]Drive-In TheaterRoller Derby Track
Postmodern Era Golf CourseMusic Festival[2]Public PoolZoo
Contemporary Era Casino[2]Floating MarketShopping MallZen Garden
Tomorrow Era Concept Vehicle FairHologram Arena[2]Surveillance NexusTower Club
Future Era Algae AirshipConcert Hall[2]Eco ParkWeather Control Station
Arctic Future Blue Lagoon[2]Communication TowerHolo-Holiday Park[2]Personal Rapid TransportVertical Zoo
Oceanic Future Coral Reef[2]Maelstrom DynamoSeafood Restaurant[2]Secret CoveShipwreckTrading DepotTurtle Rescue CentreWater DomeWater Park[2]
Virtual Future Dragon CasinoGiant Robot[2]Karaoke BarParade
Space Age Mars Satellite DishSpace Academy[2]

Notes Edit

  1. Efficiency is measured by the total happiness provided by the building divided by the number of tiles of the actual building occupies. To be used as an objective comparison towards other cultural buildings.
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 Premium Buildings.
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