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Daily Archives: September 13, 2013
Level 35 is here (woohoo!) and with it comes Jub-Jub, a premium character for the Simpsons Tapped Out. Wookiee talked about Jub-Jub earlier in the week, check out his post here for more about who Jub-Jub is. 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 Jub-Jub to your Springfield.
Donut Price: 90 Donuts
-First pet to have a task! (12hr task to flick tongue)
-Has a very small 1 part quest with Selma
-Selma has a 6hr task with him (Cuddle Jub-Jub)
-Comes with The Springfield Pet Shop (boots your consumerism rating!)
-At 90 donuts it’s the cheapest character to come with a building
-He’s an iguana that will walk around your town, so if you’re not a fan of iguana’s maybe he’s not the best choice for you.
-90 donuts can be pricey to pay for a character with only 1 task.
-Buying him will make Selma happy, and maybe you don’t want to make Selma happy
Personally, if you’re going to buy a premium animal I think Jub-Jub is the best one you can get. First, he comes with a building (that generates income and helps your consumerism rating), second he has his own task that generates income ($600/12hrs) and 3rd he interacts with a character. Those are 3 things not one of the other animals in the game can do and that ALONE is worth the investment. But if you’re short on donuts and looking for characters I would suggest going with SVT, Moleman or Bumblebee man first. However, if you already have those Jub-Jub isn’t a bad investment to make!
Jub Jub’s Task:
He also unlocks a 6hr task for Selma, with a quest line. Here’s the quest line for you:
Much Ado About Jub-Jub
Selma: Oh Jub-Jub, I know it’s a cliché to use a pet as a child substitute…but I really do think of you as my baby!
Selma: A baby who will eat my remains when I die alone in my apartment.
Make Selma Cuddle Jub-Jub- 6hrs
Yesterday Alissa went over the Pros and Cons of Buying Disco Stu in her, Should I Spend Donuts on Disco Stu Post & earlier today Bunny’s Disco Who???!!! post went over Disco Stu’s back story, and why he makes sense in Level 35 with Patty and Selma. Let’s continue the Disco Stu theme with the premium walkthrough for Disco Stu…
Well you asked for him, and EA listened! Level 35 has brought us Disco Stu! For 180 donuts he’s one of the more expensive premium characters (although he does come with his own building, Stu’s Disco). If you’re wondering if you should Spend Donuts on Disco Stu check out Alissa’s post. For those who’ve already made the plunge into the world of Disco Stu here’s the complete (with dialogue) Walkthrough…
Level 35 just dropped on us and brought with it a few new characters. This brings the question… why Patty & Selma with Disco Stu and Popsicle Stick People? What’s the connection? In this post, I will be focusing more on Disco Stu and his connection with it all. Well…kinda. 🙂
Hey Howdy Hey Tappers!
Back with another Turbo Tappin’ TSTO walkthrough. This time we’re going a little back in time for those on Level 38, but something perhaps in the future for new tappers. We’re Turbo Tappin’ Level 35 and Patty and Selma!
For those of you who don’t know Turbo Tappin’ is our quick version of a walkthrough for the Level/Update/Character where we give you who starts the quest, the task and what you earn. This way you have your quick guide on who to keep free and when. This is great for our fellow Addicts who love to copy and paste the walkthrough into their device for quick reference. You can check out more of our Turbo Tappin’ Walkthroughs here.
So let’s get to Tappin’ on Level 35! Homer kicks this off for Level 35…