Daily Archives: August 29, 2013

Should I Spend Donuts On Sherri and Terri

Level 34 is here and with it comes two of the most requested characters, Sherri and Terri! I’m sure you’re asking “Should I Spend Donuts On This?” Well before you hit that confirm button, let’s break down the Pros and Cons of adding Sherri and Terri to your Springfield.

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Character(s): Sherri and Terri
Donut Price: 150 donuts

Pros:
-Comes with a quest line
-Two new characters for the game (in appearance only)
-Premium tasks that earn 50% 200% more than regular characters
-First female character additions to the game since Agnes Skinner (way back in Level 29!)
-Earn DOUBLE the premium rate!
-Most of their tasks are outdoors
-No Real level requirement, so if you’re a new player it’s a good way to earn extra money to save up for the more expensive buildings at higher levels.

Cons:
-Despite being two characters they’re treated as one in the game
-At 150 donuts, they’re the most expensive premium character(s) with out a building
-They aren’t independent of each other. All tasks are done together.
-Not voiced (check out this post to find out why)

Final Thought: 

Personally I think the twins are a great purchase to make, if you’re a regular premium buyer. They’re characters a lot of tappers have been requesting for a long time and they’re finally here! However, if you’re a newer player, or not a regular premium player, I would say to save your donuts and spend them on a character that costs less (like Arnie Pye or Dr. Nick). They’ll earn you the same amount of cash on tasks, and save you a lot of donuts!  

Sherry and Terri using their secret language in Level 34

Sherry and Terri using their secret language in Level 34

Sherri and Terri’s Tasks:

Sherri & Terri      
Task Length Payout Building
Mock Others 60m $210/52xp Springfield Elem
Play a Duet 2hours $350/80xp  
Use Their Secret Language 4hours $520/140xp  
Torment Bart 8hours $840/210xp Springfield Elem
Do the Creepy Twin Stare 12hours $1200/300xp  
Cry to Get What They Want 16hours $1500/400xp  
Text in Twin-Speak 24hours $2000/450xp  

Level 34: What We Know So Far

Hello Fellow Tapped Out Addicts!

Level 34 was released today!  This is the first update that I can remember NOT knowing what it was going to contain.  So everything so far has been a complete surprise!  Here’s what we know about Level 34 so far:
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Who the heck is Robby the Automaton?

If you are anything like this Wookiee… you may have asked yourself this same question.  Special thanks goes out to the internet (especially the Simpsons Wiki) and my Tapped-Out friend Vampryss for first sharing this info.
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Level 34 is here!!!

Keep Lisa free and out of Krustyland because she starts off the tasks.  Stay tuned for more from Addicts!

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Can I Place Anything on the Road?

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Wondering if any of your TSTO decorations can be placed on any roads?  Well the answer is yes, but only 1 of them.  Currently the barrier is the only TSTO decoration that can be placed on the road.
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You can purchase it once you reach Level 16 for $760.  At this point it’s the only decoration that can be placed on roads in TSTO.  

I’m hopeful future updates might bring more road decorations (like cars, sewer grates or how about the giant sink hole Homer caused?)  but for now you’ll have to stick with the barrier for your road decorating needs.

Just Who Is Gil and Why Does Everyone Keep Talking About Him?

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“Hot damn, a customer!  Alright Gil.  You can maybe do it this time”  

While we all anxiously await the arrival of the next Tapped Out update (we’re all flying in the dark here, what’s it going to be?! An event?! A level?! Krustyland content?!) let’s take a stroll through Tapped Out History and talk about someone we haven’t see much around Springfield lately Gil Gunderson.

Gil Gunderson (or as he calls himself, Ol’Gil) is Springfield’s most unsuccessful and unlucky salesman.  In the Simpsons Tapped Out Ol’ Gil is a temporary character (at least as of now) in the game and only ever appears for a few days to offer special deals on promotional items that will help him feed his kids and prevent his wife from leaving.  Continue reading

What Happens to My Limited Time Items When the Event is Over?

From time to time EA will release Limited Time Event items to coincide with an upcoming holiday or Simpsons episode. Once the event is over the items disappear from the store, and if you didn’t act when you had the chance odds are you’ll never be able to get the items again. But, what happens when the event is over? You purchased the items but do they stay in your Springfield? Is it safe to put them in your inventory? After all, no matter how funny it may be, you may not want a melted snowman on your beachfront in August.

Well, the good news is the items you collect during a limited time event are all yours to keep- forever. So you can put the snowman in inventory or, have a good laugh and, keep it on display all year long. The choice is all yours!
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