Property Calculator for Pirates Clan

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  1. RedTurtleGames

    RedTurtleGames Active Member

    Does anyone know if there is a good property calculator for Pirates Clan?
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  2. Pezinator

    Pezinator Member

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  3. Zombiefried

    Zombiefried Member

    I truly wish there was a property calculator that didn't require me to belong to another online group (FB). I would even be willing to pay a monthly fee with game coins, or a few DJ/FP, to have access to it.
  4. JADES

    JADES Well-Known Member

    In game coin/DJ points are non transferable so how would that even work? The property calculator you speak of is 3rd party.
  5. George Burd

    George Burd Well-Known Member

    you could always take the time to make a excel sheet on the properties, years ago I had one. and before anyone asks, I tried too find it for someone last fall and it has been either deleted or lost between usb drives
  6. Applejack

    Applejack Active Member

    this would be great! of course, someone has to have the knowledge and the time to do this. i don't have either one.
  7. richylufc

    richylufc New Member

    i find salthefoot does fine for me
  8. graveyardgabby

    graveyardgabby Active Member

    I use a spread sheet for lcn. I don't play the other games but, am surprised kano hasn't come up with the idea of letting you buy/hire a real estate agent with fp (whatever your game uses as currency) to either guide your property purchases or just make the purchases for you. I figured it would be another revenue stream for them. Maybe not a big one but, every little bit I'm sure they would like to capitalize on. I also don't like having to join other groups/social media or whatever to gain these advantages.
  9. greatM

    greatM Active Member

    I have a spreadsheet, it is relatively easy to set up, with little more than a basic understanding of spreadsheets.
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  10. There is any calculator incluiding last countries rules?
  11. George Burd

    George Burd Well-Known Member

    not that I know of, but if you have excel you can make one pretty easily
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  12. i'll try to do that :D ty!
  13. cricket_jumper

    cricket_jumper Well-Known Member

    I have a basic understanding of excel and I wouldnt know where to start with this to be honest. Im sure there must be pretty simple calculations behind it all, but as I say, I wouldnt know where to start! lol
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  14. Mark Spicer

    Mark Spicer Member

    I have 2 spreadsheets I use, one to determine what properties to buy; the other provides an analysis of income from various locations, and provides income projections, etc. I myself use Apache OpenOffice, but I can make something available for Excel formats as well. I am working on a blank version of both spreadsheets for public use. It may be a couple of days before I finish that though.
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  15. CazG

    CazG Member

    Sounds good Mark. I'd be interested in having a looksie if it's available to the public and you're happy to share. :)
  16. AXXO

    AXXO Well-Known Member

    well, if you look at the bigger picture, always better to buy properties from the current location even though it's expensive if you wanna see big difference in bounty.
  17. Marius

    Marius Member

    I don't think it always is, that's the entire point of the calculators. That coin may very well be better invested in lower level properties, depending on how you've staggered your purchases. Following your idea might slow down your income and bounty cost.
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  18. Mark Spicer

    Mark Spicer Member

    Apologies on the delay, life sometimes gets a bit crazy and I forget things. Here is a .zip file with the purchase calculator I use. It's not really blank, I have used a default cost of 1,000,000 coins. I have sorted the properties based on locations, and then again on income from the properties within each section. There is an .ods file for Apache OpenOffice, and an .xls file for Excel 97/2000/XP. I can make another available for Excel 95 if anybody needs it. There are some basic instructions at the bottom of the sheet, just make sure you select the entire rows for all properties and sort the list on Column E in Ascending order. It's pretty simple to use though. Enjoy.

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    Last edited: Jun 7, 2016
  19. Mark Spicer

    Mark Spicer Member

    I haven't finished a blank version of the analysis spreadsheet I use yet, it's a much larger beast, and there is an unknown variance at work. My income from the game is not the same as the analysis sheet says it should be, so I am trying to work out where the variance is coming from. It seems to grow by a billion coins or so with each new property purchase, and I've already double, triple and quadruple checked the numbers from my personal rule and the spreadsheet matches for numbers of properties, just not total income...
  20. Mark Spicer

    Mark Spicer Member

    Not the case, really. Davey Jones Locker will provide far better income for the investment than any location from Bahamas to Afterworld. For me, I derive just under 5% of my total income from Davey Jones Locker currently; but some of the later locations, such as Bombay, Aurora Glacier and Fiddlers Green, I derive less than 1% of my total income. It is only after reaching Alexandria that I find better buys on the latest world, and even then, I sometimes still have to travel back to previous locations to get the greatest benefit for a given investment.
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