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Daily Archives: September 6, 2013
We start this bi-monthly meeting of TSTO Anon with a random fact found on the internet: 7-11% of all gamers suffer from “pathological” behavior. Jeesh… glad we only allow 89% of tappers on this site, right?
Here at Addicts, we are well aware that some people “enjoy” the game a skoshi more than others. Whether it’s scheduling tasks, cursing EA or reading blogs about a game we play “four times a day”, serious fans of TSTO may exhibit some classic abuse or addict behavior. What might that behavior be? Well, I perused some popular addiction websites and found some information which may just show you that denial is much more than a river in Egypt.
When it comes to selling things in Tapped Out you get a chance to change your mind, but when it comes to the free Jebediah Springfield Statue you don’t, it’s just not possible to sell it. This is what happens when you try to:
However, I have heard of instances where fellow Tappers have had their Jebediah Statue disappear for some reason. No one really knows where he disappears too…perhaps he went for a walk, or is off whacking snakes…but if he does mysteriously disappear from your Springfield you can still get him back!
If you need to get Jeb back in your town you simply do the same thing you did to get him in the first place, just tap Homer 10 times while he’s doing an outdoor task. Although this time, the donuts stay with Homer! Keep in mind not everything you lose is so easy to get back. That’s why it’s always important to be really careful about selling things. Don’t ever see limited-time or special items without careful consideration because there’s no guarantee that you’ll ever be able to buy them again. If you’re running out of space for your items, you can always tuck unused decorations and buildings into your inventory. This way you’ll be able to quickly get them back when you have room and are ready for them!
For those wondering…here’s what Ole’ Jeb looks like in my Springfield. Oh don’t mind Mr. Burns. He’s just hiding some nuclear waste while the red Funzo looks on!
Don’t remember how to get the Jeb Statue and free donuts? Check out this post.