Dream Heights: Stuck - no residents moving in!

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  1. masetane

    masetane iPF Noob

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    I recently built my 87th floor - an apartment building.
    No residents have come to the elevator that I can bring up to move in. Usually I get it filled within the day but it's been 3 days now and never once has it been an option to bring someone up to that floor.

    I thought maybe it was a glitch and built a Cuisine floor above it but I cannot employ anyone b.c all my previous residents are in other stores.

    Can anyone help? is there anyone/where else to ask?

    Thanks in advance
     
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    Yes, I've had the same situation. Since the update, I built an apartment on the 84th floor and the elevator doesn't go there.

    Prior to the update, the elevator seemed to favor floors with empty "resident" slots, and even residential floors in general. Now, however, the elevators only seem to go to stores, or carry those annoying 'yellow' characters.

    My suspicion is that Zynga has done it to make people spend BUCKS to move in residents or to use Facebook friends. That's standard Zynga practice, so we shouldn't be surprised when they try to earn money or for people to viral-market their products.

    For me, it means I'm no longer interested in playing the game. I did spend a dollar to get a faster elevator, but I'm not going to pay for each new resident. Sorry Zynga, you lost another player.

    For people who enjoy Dream Heights, I certainly recommend Small Street -- you can play it without having to pay money. It even gives Credits (their version of Bucks) quite freely. And, of course, there's always the original Tiny Tower -- I'm close to finishing it, but it has taken 6 months of play (with no real money spent).

    -- Fermax
     
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    ladyc0524 iPF Noob

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    Same problem here. My 83rd floor is any empty loft and I refuse to waste any more coins on additional floors since I'm not able to fill my empty lofts
     
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    So there is no idea what we can do about this issue? I was doing really great, then had deleted my tower and started over the day before the update (what timing!!). Now people never want to move in to a floor that needs a resident! I don't know what to do. And it also seems like once someone finally moves in, then that floor gets inundated with people. Do I want to delete and start over again? NO!! I just want to get people moving into my tower so I can play the game!!!!!
     
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    Same issue here. 2 lofts at 90 and 91 but no one moves in. Been like this since last update. Time to delete and try another game
     
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    I noticed it as well and got too impatient to bother building anything else.
     

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