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To be honest, a bitizen's dream job is random. Having more than 50% simply means that there's a 50% chance that the bitizen may have a dream job for a business that you have on your tower. As new Bitizens (as of the last iPhone 3 update), are generated based on seeded IDs'. So, you can technically do said above (move them in for bux then kick them out), but ...
Buisness Demand is the demand for specific floor types. An article on Floor Types can be found here. We have all the floor types, as shown below: Creative Food Recreational Residential Retail Service Lets say, that I have 60 creative floors and none of the others. My demand would say, that no-one wants anymore creative floors (because theres too ...
Based on my knowledge of the game and actual testing, there is no way to bring the & sign back.
Their skill levels are given at random so it is definitely possible. Personally I've never seen one because it is rare, but I have seen someone with 0 skill in all 5 categories. I was tempted to keep the guy because it was so absurd
It's crashing - or put another way, failing to open successfully. To fix it, try deleting the app including all app data and reinstalling it. To delete the app, hold the home button until the apps are full of coffee (shaking) and then click the red x on the app. If it asks you to delete all the data, reply yes. Obviously this is a destructive operation ...
If the bitizen has a skill level of 9 and you give him/her their dream job you will get a gold star, but if the bitizen has 8-0 skill in that category then you will get a silver star However i don't really know if the gold star does anything.
Unfortunately, in Tiny Tower you do not have the option of moving individual Bitizens to another apartment floor. Once they have taken up residential space on one of your floors, they are tied there permanently until you evict them.
No. There is no sort of time limit as to the number of guesses you make trying to find the target Bitizen. The almost-certain cause of not receiving the bux is that you pressed the X on the bottom right of the screen while performing the task. To make the long explanation short, there is no limit.
This depends on how often you play. Generally, the most optimal way is to stock cheapest-to-expensive. In some cases the cheap one will sell out before the expensive one has even finished stocking. This works best when you can constantly check the game to restock your items. However if you're only occasionally checking (if you're at work for example), then ...
Based on research and calculations, that person will be gone forever. Unless another Bitizen takes the empty spot, that is. The most reasonable answer to this question is that it was meant to happen, and you will not find the missing Bitizen. According to the Tiny Tower Wiki, the creators of Tiny Towers intentionally developed this function to encourage ...
There is a button that says Menu on the bottom left of your screen. Then click on the Bitizens icon (which is the first one). Next, you pick any bitizen that is living in your tower and choose dress-up. A large green button with the word costumes should be there.
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