Wahazar wrote:Corbeau wrote:Actually, the other way round. Upkeep depends on number of cities.
It is very bad idea, in my opinion. You can and up with deadlock: many cities, but none can grow above 16 due to high science upkeep.
What does science have to do with city growth?
Science upkeep should depend on population, not city count (logically, more people, higher cost of education). Unfortunately there is no such option.
I couldn't agree more.