Tappers 101- Back to Basics: Building Bridges

Hey Howdy Hey Tappers!

Back with another edition of Tappers 101!  This time let’s talk about how to build bridges in your Springfield.
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Note wayyyyy back when Addicts first started I wrote a detailed post on this, including photos and step by step instructions.  You can find the detailed how-to post here.  Here’s the Tappers 101 Version:
Coveting that bridge in your neighbor’s Springfield?  Searching like crazy to figure out just where you can buy it?  Coming up empty handed time and time again?  Making you insane?!  Well the good news is the bridges are free and, once you know how, they’re so easy to build even Ralph Wiggum could do it!  (ok maybe not THAT easy!)
To build a bridge in your Springfield simply build a river & place a roadway over it.  Yes it really is that simple.  Again for detailed step-by-step instructions (with photos) check out this post here.

From time to time Tappers new and old can get caught up in the game and forget some of the basics, that can cause a delay in your game.  While we have a full New Tappers Guide on Addicts, sometimes you just want the information at your fingertips right away so you can get back to tapping as quickly as possible.  Keeping that in mind, we’ve started a new biweekly column for the “quick hit” information Tappers need to keep the game moving.  Here’s where you can find all of our tips and tricks to help your game move along smoothly.
Most of the topics covered will be from your questions in the comments, so you have something you’d like us to cover in Tappers 101 please feel free to leave it for us in the comments below.  

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One response to “Tappers 101- Back to Basics: Building Bridges

  1. Dirt roads in the Western event don’t make bridges like they should
    😃

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