So this post is a mix of both my 2D art and also what I would like to see in a future game update. It goes more to a character I am kinda disappointed in within my TSTO game. Maggie Simpson, though silent, is such a strong character in all the episodes. I had thought they would’ve done SOOOO much more with her than have her only out when Marge walks around with her. The tasks she could do could be hilarious. Like not letting Burns take her candy, trying to “walk” around Springfield (but she keeps falling down), trying to “pet the dogs” at the Springfield Downs, even a Daycare can be tossed in for a new building to go with her. There she could have fights with other babies (similar to her movie “The Longest Daycare”). She could even ride Santa’s Lil Helper like a horse around town. Possibilities are endless. Not to mention she is ADORABLE.
Level 34 is here and with it comes a new premium decoration, Robby The Automaton! Yesterday, Wookiee told us who Robby is and now I’m sure you’re asking “Should I Spend Donuts On This?” Well before you hit that confirm button, let’s break down Robby and see if this fella is worth your donuts:
Earlier in the week, Nick looked at the idea of a Back to School Update. (NOTE: He basically proved he has ESPN because of Level 34 lol). Included in the list was the Ayn Rand School for Tots, and he mentioned how it would be perfect for Maggie if she were ever made a character. Well, What a Wookiee Wants is Maggie as a playable character.
As promised I’m back with Part 2 of the Level 34 walkthrough! If you missed the first part of our walkthrough you can find Part 1 here. When we last left off Chalmers made his grand entrance into Springfield and was preparing to fire Skinner for the low science test scores at Springfield Elementary. In an effort to save his job Skinner, with the help of Lisa, build the Knowledgeum. We pick our walkthrough back up with the completion of the Knowledgeum and Lisa talking to Principal Skinner…. Continue reading →
Well you asked for them, and EA provided them: Level 34 has (finally) brought us Sherri and Terri! For 150 donuts they’re one of the more expensive premium characters, but their quest line is pretty amusing and involves, almost, all of the kids of Springfield! If you’re wondering if you should Spend Donuts on Sherri and Terri check out Alissa’s post from yesterday. For those who’ve already made the plunge into the world Sherri and Terri here’s the complete (with dialogue) Walkthrough….
Good Morning Tappers!
Level 34 is here! As many of you already know, Lisa gets things started. Now let’s get right into Level 34:
“SKINNERRRR?!”Pt. 1 After tapping on Lisa
Lisa: Principal Skinner? Have you ever thought about what comes after all this? Skinner: Do you mean the afterlife? Yes, I’ve got it all figured out. Heaven will be me and mother sitting in comfy recliners, and I have control of the TV remote. Hell is the same, but she gets to pick the shows. Lisa: No, I meant what comes after we kids graduate from Springfield Elementary. We need a high school! Build Springfield High School-24hr build
EA just gave us happy tappers a gift of a new level. Number 34. We here at Addicts would like to provide you with as much up to date information as possible. To help assist my fellow bloggers, I am providing you the following information I compiled.
In case you didn’t know, the purchase prices of the buildings in the top 6 levels decrease in price until they hit their base cost. The starting point/most expensive is the building at the top level (like the new Level 34 buildings). Many are just starting on their TSTO tapping adventure, some are a few levels behind. For what ever reason it may be, below is an updated list of the current costs to purchase a building. The list is here to help you in your quest for information.