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- Developer: Disney
- Publisher: Disney
- Genre: Adventure
- Release Date: Dec 20, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
- Other Platforms
Question & Answers
Answer from: DenRaraste
Between level 32 and 33.
Answer from: SharkBait
Next expansion will occur at level 33.
Answer from: FluteLlama
Thank you both. Man, that's a far way to go w/o new reef space. I have no room to plant even 1 more thing, yet have missions to plant several new stuff.
Answer from: jjjagzzz
You have to start taking decisions about what to keep. Get rid of any ornamentals that take up 4 spaces, unless absolutely necessary for zoom in fish. Ensure all single square ornamentals aren't stopping you placing a 4 square plant. Most ornamentals can be got rid of and you still keep your 100% Plant Vitality. By selling off excess ornamentals you also bump up your sand$ so you have cash to buy what you need. Start to get rid of low earning plants and replace with high earners. Good Luck
Answer from: FluteLlama
I've done some of that, jjagzzz, but I did notice that my Vitality was beginning to drop as I sold off Ornamentals.
Answer from: Lisaa
Just got an Short Orange Seamoth, costs 60,000 algae to feed! Two pearls given every 24hours. It's just not worth it. How ridiculous. Give us some better algae giving plants or just make it more realistic to achieve.
Answer from: Reef12648838
The White Lionfish is 80,000 algae for 2 pearls in 24 hrs! Tough luck trying to feed them. Only managed to feed it once.
Answer from: Dee
I refuse to feed those super high costing ones, like the one fish I have who wants 120,000 algae. Nothing happens if you don't feed them, and it's just not worth it. I broke down and bought some pearls with the July 4th sale, and so for a few dollars I don't have to worry about feeding all those expensive fish and I still have lots of pearls. I only feed the ones for 1000 or less, even though I have tons of algae. I just don't want to spend or waste it on that - algae is too hard to accumulate! I'm trying to get my algae count to over 300K, so I can feel comfortable. I'm on level 32, so will get more space soon and I want the resources needed to plant and finish it.
Answer from: Lonnie
It's amazing to me how many reefers don't use the Patches. Some reefers have over 100 patches available (tap Menu /Nursuy/Specials/ first choice). They do cost SD but allow you to combine 4 of any (algae or SD producing) plant into one (prettier) plant without sacrificing any Vitality. Lining up the patches on the diagonal (clumping) produces minimum tapping (in minimum space) with maximum value. You only need space for one Patch to get started.
Answer from: MantaOff
I'm also at level 28. Since I only play once a day, my whole reef is nearly all bamboo coral and barrel sponges. Production of 22,000 algae and 13,000 sd daily. Now, I am in rare plant production and struggling to find room. Even with all patches used I still don't have enough room. I really wish there were some higher algae producers. I don't have excess pearls for cats paw coral so I haven't gone down that direction. I believe the red Christmas tree coral produces more daily, but is there anything else coming up?
Answer from: Anonymous
Waiting for reef expansion can be really annoying but just try these tips first try to get rid of rare plants if you have a lot of that kind then try putting the plants you have the most on patches and also try to get rid of extra plants you don't really need but watch your vitality so it doesn't go down it all worked pretty great for me now I have lots of space for new plants to come I hope this helped a lot of things you needed answered:)