‘Manzanas y Lotes’ – juego en linea de desarrollo urbano, usos de suelo y politica


Tu trabajo es rezonificar el vecindario para mejorar la vida de la gente que ahi vive y trabaja.   Ingresa, juega has que tu comunidad prospere y cumpla sus anhelos. Prueba tu buen sentido de urbanista, y buena suerte.

23 Responses to ONLINE GAME

  1. This is a great project!

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  3. Bill says:

    Mary’s last goal doesn’t make sense: What sort of HOA President wouldn’t want to live next to a park?!?

    • Game says:

      That’s a good point! But this particular HOA President has lived in the neighborhood a long time, is nervous about change and uncomfortable with the new diversity of Solano Heights. She sees parks as possible gathering places for “trouble-makers” — like gangs and drugs and vandals (folks that others might recognize simply as “kids” and “teenagers”). So she doesn’t want to live next to a park…

      • Glen says:

        If you could relocate the park like you can with the factory, this game would be much easier to make everyone happy with.

        Also, Consuelo’s demand for *14* A-housing units is ridiculous, but could be achieved more easily if the A-housing also counted as height-controlled.

    • David Goldberg says:

      Game is accurate. In my seven year planning parks I cam to realize that everyone wants a park and no one wants it next door – unless is restricted to the immediate residents. It seems our belief in private property and history of suburbanization of all elements of our environment has left us unable to value and use well public spaces. Many homeowners believe that only the morally dubious (druggies, prostitutes, apartment dwellers, teenagers, and homeless) have need for or would use public spaces. The good folk would obviously use their spacious yards, community clubs, carbon fiber bicycles, fitness clubs, or at the very least trader joe’s, to recreate.

      • Game says:

        Appreciate your comment — hopefully we can help generate some conversations that lead to alternative scenarios…

  4. Jim Moore says:

    You’re, of course, welcome and free to create creative and entertaining games like this one. I’m offended, however, that you apparently use government funds to help pay for it. Your game is based on a pure collectivist perspective without mention of other view points. I believe this method of land-use planning minimizes low-cost housing and business resources. Although certainly not perfect, there were fewer major problems before group-zoning was strictly enforced.

    Please consider the ethics of accepting funding from an organization (the Feds) that is increasing our debt to pay for such programs.

    • Game says:

      Thanks for your comment. And please be assured that very little funds of any kind, government or otherwise, went into this small experiment.

    • John Olson says:

      Jim, calm down. It’s the Fed’s job to ration the soup and close the door when it runs out, not our job to yell at the hobos to stop standing in line ….

      (I couldn’t think of a good car analogy).

  5. Chris says:

    Nice little game. I do wish there was an additional level where you had access to all of the zoning possibilities, and the goal of ‘Make everyone happy’. I was kinda disappointed that in my playthrough I never had the chance to resolve the conflict about the park, and that doing another playthrough aiming for that would lock out one of the other conflict resolutions instead.

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  7. D-3144776 says:

    … The same Everett Mann from http://www.scp-wiki.net/dr-manns-personnel-file ?

  8. strange says:

    Interesting choice that you can’t win the game and make the single family home owner happy.

    • ZeroPike says:

      Its a Single family home in a dense city area, next to an apartment building. They will never be happy. And if you look at the icon for her she is elderly, part of the last generation and has lived in that house for a long time. An apartment building is always changing its something that bothers that person. I would say.

    • pp2354 says:

      I won the game and still made the home owner happy. I was trying to test myself. You just have to pick a different goal – the village – instead of sustainability or balance.

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  10. Jack says:

    After attempting to learn about Relocation Benefits, I get this message:http://i.imgur.com/9W7Ye3o.png

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