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Author:   Potato latte
Date:   Apr 07, 12 at 11:57pm (PST)
Subject:   MAX OUT DA MONEY
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Mwah Hi guys Lol sorry okay here goes,

I have HMDS and I know that you can max your money on that, I've done it, but is there a way to max your money out in HMDS Tale of Two Towns?

I'd really super ooper dooper appreciate it if anyone has any tips??



Author:   black rose 1 7 2001
Date:   Oct 07, 12 at 1:22am (PST)
Subject:   re: MAX OUT DA MONEY
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rice into rice porrige flour into tost



Author:   SnowAngel18
Date:   Dec 10, 12 at 8:15pm (PST)
Subject:   re: MAX OUT DA MONEY
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rice to cooked rice, you loose gold if you turn it into porridge. And if you can you can use flour to make bread, take time if you can to use the bread for either
french toast- frying pan+ bread+ egg
or
if you are far enough or got it as a request reward,
Honey toast- frying pan+ bread+ honey



Author:   Pop
Date:   Jan 22, 13 at 9:44pm (PST)
Subject:   re: MAX OUT DA MONEY
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sell items from requests



Author:   1Delight
Date:   Apr 21, 13 at 4:01pm (PST)
Subject:   re: MAX OUT DA MONEY
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buy 2 of each animal that starts out as a baby animal, make sure one of each animal is an adult. raise the baby animal and use the adult animal for products. sell the baby animal when it grows up after it has atleast 1 heart. Get your Adult Animal pregnant and start the process over again. (does not work with Alpaca) Makes sure you have 2 Adult Cows and Chickens so while 1 of them is pregnant you can still sell the other ones products. Also fish and harvest all you can everyday and complete alot of requests (sell the rewards unless you need it)


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