Chasing Quarters/Throwback Arcade Limited Time Building (LTB) Cost and Reward List – Crime City

Before my other LTB is complete a new building shows up. This time around we have the Chasing Quarters event with the Arcade Throwback LTB. This thing is dirt cheap with an initial cost of $10,000. Sadly, this building isn’t going to improve your Income Per Hour (IPH) in any way since you’ll net $134 every 24 hours. You could find more coins in your house than this arcade put out. But don’t be discouraged, there are some decent weapons up for grabs. At Level 5 the prize is a 10k Attack.

My payout levels are probably incorrect, but even if I’m close, the best you’re going to get from this is $6500 per 24 hours. But don’t complain. It’s a cheap building, everyone can afford it, there are decent weapons and it has a small footprint. All things considered, it’s worth building.

Level Reward Atk/Def
1 Lucky Dice 5061/3374
2 Hardcore Headdress 4218/6325
3 Multiplayer RV 7029/7028
4 In The Zone 10052/8223
5 Rapid Fire 10755/13143
6 Powered Up Sneakers 15464/15463
7 Cool Down Trike 19330/15814
8 Donkey Bomb 33738/22492
9 High Score Ride 33738/50607
10 Vanguard BFG 70287/70287

 

 

Level Cost Payout Hours
1  $                       10,000  $                      134 24
2  $                       16,700  $                      219 30
3  $                       27,899  $                      437 36
4  $                       46,574  $                      763 42
5  $                       77,779  $                   1,200 48
6  $                    129,891  $                   1,746 54
7  $                    216,919  $                   2,400 60
8  $                    362,255  $                   3,165 66
9  $                    604,967  $                   4,036 72
10  $                 1,010,295  $                   5,019 78
Payout +35% Upgrade -30% Upgrade -51%
$181    
$296 $11,690 $8,183
$590 $19,529 $13,671
$1,030 $32,602 $22,821
$1,620 $54,445 $38,112
$2,357 $90,924 $63,647
$3,240 $151,843 $106,290
$4,273 $253,579 $177,505
$5,449 $423,477 $296,434
$6,776 $707,207 $495,045

These are based on some figures I cobbled together from the web. They are more than likely incorrect and I’ll update them when I get better number. But for now, I think they’re within reason. I’ll keep checking back, but if you find the right figures let me know.

I know people are going to be less than thrilled over this new building, so if you want to join in the fray and gnash your teeth, click the link below. One of the ideas was a tiered LTB for Beginner, Normal and Elite. I’m not on board with that idea. Just make a single building, upgrade it as best you can and then wait for the next. The idea of three buildings doesn’t thrill me at all. I like the LTB the way it is. Sometimes is cheap, sometimes it’s expensive. Sometimes you get a Throwback arcade, sometimes you get the Pagoda. 

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