Cities Skylines How to make a mini Tsunami

Cities Skylines How to make a mini Tsunami

Last Updated on 25 November, 2022

Cities Skylines How to make a mini Tsunami – Learn to create giant waves that will destroy everything in their path

Warning: Although it is a very fun effect, it is very destructive. It costs quite a bit to build a Dam, and the Tsunami will cause a lot of damage, have a big economic impact, and affect your progress, so only read on if you are sure you want to do it.

Cities Skylines How to make a mini Tsunami – Steps

These are the steps to make Tsunamis, giant waves that will destroy everything in their path:

  1. Make a Row of dams
  2. Then Delete them to make waves
  3. Look for a low point in the waves to make a new Dam
  4. When the water flows over it, delete it
  5. When you start to see land, place another dam on it
  6. Wait a second for the water to be pumped, then delete it
  7. Repeat this steps

The key is to get a dam to end up on the bottom. So you can try it without thinking, it will end up happening, you just have to put and remove dams until it happens

The water accumulated between the two dams will fall suddenly and destroy everything in its path, so although it is a very funny effect, it is an economic disaster that will also destroy the happiness of the population.

But the truth is that after the natural effects DLC, fighting tsunamis is one of the biggest challenges you can face. And what better way to do it than being able to train whenever you want if you are able to provoke them yourself. So nothing, we hope that thanks to this trick your engineering works will improve, and not even the biggest tsunamis will be able to bring down your cities

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