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#11 2017-12-19 17:53:53
work towards getting some excavation sites after researching the deep digging tech, and those will give you some alien arts. Once you get 200 of those and you get the required research amount, you can research alien language tech, which will let you build aluminum gens.

The alum gens are expensive, so make sure you have tons of gold gens and basic chip factories. I would try to get at least 1000 of each. Also, build an excavation site whenever possible. It's overkill, but that's what is going to push you through the alu bottleneck. It's better to spend more time in the beginning of the game building tons of less advanced stuff than it is to spend lot's of time at the end taking forever just to build one advanced structure. If you have tons of basic chip factories, which don't take much to build, you can accumulate tons of chips by the time that you get to building alu gens. Don't worry about wasting space as long as you have at least a large map, since you'll replace all of those factories with 10-20 alien chip factories that still produce 10x more than what those tons of factories produced. So attempt to fill up your space in the beginning with less advanced stuff, because it will help you in the long run and you can free that space up later. Use the space that you have earlier on to the fullest that you can.
#12 2018-01-22 20:04:41
malakhglitch said:Do not build any structures that consume robots (Advanced Synthetic Oil Lab, Advanced Plastic Factory and Center for Artificial Learning) unless you have enough Robot Factories..

Robot Factories, in turn, require a lot of Aluminum and Microchips.

To build Advanced Microchip Factories you will also need a substantial amount of Aluminum.

Aluminum, once your surface supply runs out, requires either a lot of money so you can buy it or a lot of Aluminum Generators so you can make your own..

Aluminum Generators require a lot of Microchips and Gold. (See above warning about Advanced Microchip Factories).


Once you get enough resources, the Robot HQ is a god when it comes to robot production. I get about 60/min with just 200 out of the 700 workers.
Feel free to reply or talk to me.
-Bem
#13 2018-03-20 21:55:00
Do ants produce a lot of Aluminium? or do they not need them?
#14 2018-03-20 23:48:07
One thousand chip factories....it wouldn't fit on my map.
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#15 2018-10-23 22:41:13
Amorphus said:work towards getting some excavation sites after researching the deep digging tech, and those will give you some alien arts. Once you get 200 of those and you get the required research amount, you can research alien language tech, which will let you build aluminum gens.

The alum gens are expensive, so make sure you have tons of gold gens and basic chip factories. I would try to get at least 1000 of each. Also, build an excavation site whenever possible. It's overkill, but that's what is going to push you through the alu bottleneck. It's better to spend more time in the beginning of the game building tons of less advanced stuff than it is to spend lot's of time at the end taking forever just to build one advanced structure. If you have tons of basic chip factories, which don't take much to build, you can accumulate tons of chips by the time that you get to building alu gens. Don't worry about wasting space as long as you have at least a large map, since you'll replace all of those factories with 10-20 alien chip factories that still produce 10x more than what those tons of factories produced. So attempt to fill up your space in the beginning with less advanced stuff, because it will help you in the long run and you can free that space up later. Use the space that you have earlier on to the fullest that you can.

I just got aluminum gens by buying alien artifacts on the gbt
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