|This page is about game mechanics.
This page is about game mechanics. It contains information such as formulas, costs, & other miscellany. See Category:Mechanics for other pages on game mechanics.
Land is a game mechanic that can be purchased in Cities. It indicates how much space is available for your city. Too little land and a lot of infrastructure will give you a high Population Density. Too high population density means your citizens are congested and very prone to Disease.
The more land you have in a city, the more food the farms of this specific city will produce. A farm produces 12 tons of food per day per 500 land.
You can find the cost of the land you want to purchase either by using the Land Purchase Calculator or by giving as input in one of your cities the amount of land you want to buy (click out of the field for the cost to appear and do not press enter or "Go" if you do not want to purchase the land).