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Resources form the backbone of gameplay in Block'hood. Nearly all blocks input and output resources, and matching their consumption and production of these resources to achieve an equilibrium is the key to building sustainable 'Hoods.

Icon Resource ID Input Output
Electricity.png
Electricity

Powers many blocks necessary for modern life and industry.

2 0.2Elevator.png0.25Library.png0.5Sprinklers.png1Lamppost.pngEscalator.pngCommunity Center.pngRecycling Plant.pngWaste Sorting Center.pngBike Station.pngHydroponic Farm.pngIncinerator.pngFermenter.pngClinic.pngCorner Store.pngPlastics Factory.pngCapsule Hotel.pngCorner Apt.pngLarge Apt.pngSmall Apt.pngMarket.pngOffice.pngArt Gallery.pngMakerspace.pngBarbershop.pngClothing Retailer.pngStudio Space.pngJazz Club.pngBrownstone Apt.png1.5Tech Office.png2Ethanol Distillery.pngIndustrial Gin.pngCotton Mill.pngWool Mill.pngWater Treatment Plant.pngCorp. Office.pngHotel Room.pngTech Factory.pngDiner.pngAntenna.pngGarment Sweatshop.pngData Center.pngProcessed Food Factory.pngFast Food Restaurant.pngInternet Cafe.pngLuxury Apartment.pngMediatheque.pngShipping Center.png3Neon Ad 1.pngNeon Ad 2.pngNeon Ad 3.pngNeon Ad 4.pngNeon Ad 5.png5Luxury Loft.png 1Solar Tree.pngSolar Panel.pngGreenhouse.png2Windmill.png4Incinerator.png9Geothermal Generator.png10Gas Generator.pngEthanol Generator.png12Biomass Generator.png20Oil Generator.png
Pollution.png
Pollution

Smog and other harmful air pollutants.

3 None 0.5Boiler.png1Gas Generator.png2Incinerator.png
Oil.png
Oil

Refined and crude oil pulled directly from the earth.

4 1Boiler.pngCorp. Office.png2Oil Generator.pngPlastics Factory.png4Oil Tank.png 2Oil Tank.png4Oil Well.png
Fish.png
Fish

The flesh of fishes used as food.

7 2Fish Stand.png3Market.png4Sushi Bar.png 0.1Canal I.png4Fish Farm.png
Wheat.png
Wheat

A staple grain that can be consumed, or used in foodstuffs.

8 1Cow Pasture.pngChicken Barn.pngSheep Pasture.pngOstrich Farm.pngNoodle Stall.png2Fermenter.png6Bakery.png 0.5Wild Oats.png2Wheat Field.png
Water.png
Water

Potable water, suitable for humans and animals to drink.

9 0.5Lamppost.png1Planters.pngGreen Wall.pngHydroponic Farm.pngSprinklers.pngPig Pen.pngOstrich Farm.pngCorner Apt.pngLarge Apt.pngSmall Apt.pngGreenhouse.pngShack I.pngShack II.pngShack III.pngBrownstone Apt.pngWetland.pngCanal L.pngCanal -.pngCanal I.pngCanal T.png2Hybrid Park I.pngHybrid Park II.pngHybrid Park III.pngHybrid Park IV.pngFish Farm.pngFermenter.pngCow Pasture.pngSheep Pasture.pngCow Cafo.pngWet Coffee Process.png3Botanical Garden.pngAnaerobic Digestor.png4Solar Heater.pngEthanol Distillery.png6Boiler.png 0.5Pond.png1.5Mangrove.png2Water Well.png4Fog Collector.png8Algae Farm.pngWater Tower.pngWater Treatment Plant.png
Labor.png
Labor

Labor measures the strength and size of the human workforce in the 'Hood. Many blocks require labor for maintenance and/or production of resources and goods.

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Bees.png
Bees

Pollinators of different plants and crops.

13 1Vegetable Farm.png 3Bee Farm.pngFlower Garden.png
Fresh Air.png
Fresh Air

Amount and quality of breathable air.

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Algae.png
Algae

Basic photosynthetic aquatic organisms that can purify greywater.

16 10Biomass Generator.png 0.1Canal L.png0.5Arctic Moss.png1Wetland.png4Algae Farm.png
Plastics.png
Plastics

Synthetic material used in the manufacture of many goods and services.

17 1Clinic.pngMakerspace.png2Tech Factory.pngShipping Center.png 4Recycling Plant.png6Plastics Factory.png
Money.png
Money

Intermediary fluid resource that aids trade of goods and services.

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Inorganic Waste.png
Inorganic Waste

Non-biodegradable waste material such as used plastics, metal or chemicals.

19 4Landfill.png6Incinerator.png8Waste Sorting Center.png 1Makerspace.png1.5Tech Factory.png2Cotton Mill.pngWool Mill.pngCorner Store.pngCorp. Office.pngGarment Sweatshop.pngFast Food Restaurant.png3Clothing Retailer.png4Oil Well.pngPlastics Factory.pngShipping Center.png
Organic Waste.png
Organic Waste

Biodegradable matter from natural or artificial processes.

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Greenhouse Gas.png
Greenhouse Gas

Gas that contributes to the greenhouse effect by absorbing infrared radiation.

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Vegetables.png
Vegetables

A plant or part of a plant used as food.

22 0.2Bengal Bamboo.png0.3Wild Date Palm.png1Pig Pen.png2Vegetable Stand.png3Market.png 4Planters.pngHydroponic Farm.pngGreenhouse.png6Vegetable Farm.png
Consumer.png
Consumer

Consumer measures the amount of economic and purchasing power present in the 'Hood. Most businesses require consumers in order to sell their goods and services.

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Sickness.png
Sickness

Sickness represents the amount of disease and/or physical ailments and injury present in the 'Hood.

24 (5Clinic.png) -5Clinic.png1Landfill.pngPesticide Shack.png2Cow Cafo.pngGMO Corn Field.png4Oil Generator.png
Wilderness.png
Wilderness

Habitat space for natural flora and fauna.

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Greywater.png
Greywater

Wastewater, often from homes or factories.

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Groundwater.png
Groundwater

Moisture in ground and soil that nourishes plant life.

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Bread.png
Bread

A delicious baked good derived from some sort of grain.

28 2Cafe.png 4Bakery.png
Community.png
Community

Strength of the social fabric in the 'Hood.

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Biogas.png
Biogas

Fuel derived from the processing and treatment of organic waste.

30 1Food Truck.png4Gas Generator.png 4Anaerobic Digestor.png
Knowledge.png
Knowledge

Knowledge represents the fruits of research and education and is often necessary to maintain some more advanced blocks.

31 0.5Fog Collector.png1Clinic.pngOffice.pngCorp. Office.pngMakerspace.png 1Newsstand.png4Library.pngMediatheque.png6School.png
Youth.png
Youth

Amount of young people in a community.

32 2Playground.png4Makerspace.png8School.png 2Corner Apt.pngLuxury Apartment.png3Large Apt.pngLuxury Loft.png
Beer.png
Beer

An alcoholic drink made by brewing and certain grains.

33 2Beer Garden.png3Bar.png 4Fermenter.png
Fertilizer.png
Fertilizer

Substance used to fertilize the soil.

34 0.5Hydroponic Farm.png1Planters.pngVegetable Farm.pngRice Field.pngWheat Field.pngCorn Field.pngGMO Corn Field.pngCotton Field.pngApple Orchard.pngShaded Coffee Field.pngSun Coffee Field.png2Botanical Garden.pngVineyard.pngFlower Garden.png3Greenhouse.png 1Biomass Generator.pngSoil.pngWetland.png2Fish Farm.png4Anaerobic Digestor.pngCompost Plant.png
Leisure.png
Leisure

Open livable space for flora, fauna and human.

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Culture.png
Culture

Expression of traditions, art and values of a Hood's society.

36 1Runway Stage.pngZen Garden.pngBrownstone Apt.png 1Amphitheater.pngObelisk.pngWillow Tree.png2Torii Arch.pngStudio Space.pngMediatheque.pngSushi Bar.png3Jazz Club.png4Art Gallery.pngFine Restaurant.png
Tourist.png
Tourist

Visitors and travelers to a 'Hood.

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Hot Water.png
Hot Water

Procesed water by a heater.

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Sorted Waste.png
Sorted Waste

Waste that has been organized based on its properties.

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Technology.png
Technology

Amount of applied science knowledge.

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Data.png
Data

Communications network of the 'hood.

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Meat.png
Meat

The flesh of animals used for food.

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Milk.png
Milk

Milk is a consumable resource that can have several applications in different food industries.

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Leather.png
Leather

Leather is a material resource harvestable from livestock.

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Corn.png
Corn

The kernels of this plant, used for food.

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Rice.png
Rice

Grain of grass of marshy areas, cultivated and used for food.

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Fruit.png
Fruit

Newton's favorite fruit.

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Wine.png
Wine

Wine is a consumable beverage commodity, made and enjoyed by many cultures around the world.

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Juice.png
Juice

The liquid part or contents of a plant used for food.

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Eggs.png
Eggs

Free range eggs from healthy hens.

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Wool.png
Wool

Key resource for clothing.

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Pesticides.png
Pesticides

This chemicals keep plagues away from the crops.

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Ethanol.png
Ethanol

The technical name for alcohol.

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Fitness.png
Fitness

The health value of the 'Hood.

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Entertainment.png
Entertainment

Amusement levels in the 'Hood.

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Risk.png
Risk

This resource represents the social vulnerability of a community.

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Raw Cotton.png
Raw Cotton

The fresh, fibrous harvest from the hardy cotton plant.

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Cotton Bale.png
Cotton Bale

Processed and collected cotton, ready to be shipped or further milled.

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Fabric.png
Fabric

Cloth made by weaving or knitting threads.

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Garment.png
Garment

Article of clothing.

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Performer.png
Performer

Players or singers of music in the 'Hood.

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Processed Food.png
Processed Food

Food that has been treated and packaged.

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Acorns.png
Acorns

The nuts of an oak tree.

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Olives.png
Olives

Small, oval-shaped fruit of a tree, eaten as a food.

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Devices.png
Devices

Mechanical or electric invention.

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Roasted Coffee.png
Roasted Coffee

Processed coffee ready for consumption.

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Saltwater.png
Saltwater

Water from the sea.

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Media.png
Media

Means of communication, as radio, television or newspapers.

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Coffee Cherry.png
Coffee Cherry

The fruit of any plant of the genus Coffea.

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Coffee Beans.png
Coffee Beans

A beanlike seed of the coffee shrub.

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Birds.png
Birds

Warm-blooded, egg-laying animals having feathers.

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Fungi.png
Fungi

A plant lacking flowers and leaves and that lives by decomposing and absorbing the organic material in which it grows.

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Hervibores.png
Hervibores

Animals that eat plants.

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Unutilized resources[edit | edit source]

Icon Resource ID Input Output
Blank* 1 None None
Social Capital.png
Social Capital

Value of contact between people.

5 None None
Iron.png
Iron

Metallic element, used in some forms for making steel, tools & machinery.

6 None None
Civic.png
Civic

Degree of relation to the city.

11 None None
Wood.png
Wood

The trunks of trees as suitable for architectural and other purposes.

12 None None
Steel.png
Steel

A form of iron made with carbon.

15 None None
Raw Materials.png
Raw Materials

Unprocessed goods.

40 None None
Grapes.png
Grapes

Consumable fruit that can also be used in the production of wine.

50 None None
Insects.png
Insects**

Air-breathing arthropods.

73 None None
Predators.png
Predators

Organisms that exists by preying on another.

77 None None
Sunlight.png
Sunlight

The light from the sun.

78 None None
Livestock.png
Livestock

The horses, cattle, sheep, and other useful animals kept or raised on a farm.

79 None None

*ID number 1 is a resource without name. Maybe for development purposes.
**Insects can be seen in-game only as requirements for some inhabitants but there is no way to obtain them.