Ordinary bitizens may be dropped off on any Imperial Level to reduce the time it takes to create each item by one minute per bitizen delivered.
Once an item is complete on an Imperial Level, the red hammer icon will appear. Clicking on the icon will deliver you to the Imperial level in question and allow you to collect the newly-crafted resource and free up the Imperial level for additional crafting.
List of Imperial LevelsEdit
There are currently 21 Imperial levels available. The amount it costs to unlock a level with Imperial Bux is dependent upon the number of levels a player already has, and increases with each additional level.
There are 12 unreleased Imperial levels in the game files. Most of these hidden levels are unfinished, with pictures still from Tiny Tower. Some of the levels appear in the game code as merely names with no associated items. Names and pictures of unreleased levels are subject to change.
|Level Name||Status||Item 1||Crafting Time||Cost||Item 2||Crafting Time||Cost|
|Defense Towers||H||No Item||No Item|
|Emperor's Arena||H||No Item||No Item|
|Imperial Dais||H||No Item||No Item|
|Imperial Security||H||No Item||No Item|
|Locker Room||H||No Item||No Item|
|Monitor Room||H||No Item||No Item|
|Mooring Tower||H||No Item||No Item|
|Observation||H||No Item||No Item|
|Particle Acc||H||No Item||No Item|
|Pulsarium||H||No Item||No Item|
|Scanning Room||H||No Item||No Item|
|Training Course||H||No Item||No Item|
Imperial levels were originally used for Crafting Missions. As of 29 January 2014, the crafting system was overhauled and many of the crafting resources changed names (though some of the icons remained the same). In addition, the Bux cost to immediately finish crafting them increased as well. Existing stockpiles of crafting items remained intact, as the old items were changed into the new items.