Level 37 and the Conform-O-Meter

Hey Howdy Hey Tappers!

Did ya miss me?  Hopefully, if all went well, you didn’t even notice I was gone!  Well after a week (plus a day or two) away, I’ve officially locked Bunny back up in the basement and regained control…please ignore those shouts for help!

What a way to come back to Tapped Out, with a bright and sunny Springfield and Level 37!  And what better way to come back than a Level 37 Conform-O-Meter post?  With the release of Level 37 many of the requirements to maintain 5 Stars on your Conform-O-Meter have changed, so I want to make sure I get this information out to my favorite Addicts!  Now you’ll have all the information you need to maintain that 5-Star Springfield!  

The Conform-O-Meter is an important part of Tapped-Out because it provides you with a bonus boost in your cash and  XP from everything you collect in the game.  When you achieve a 5-Star Town (it’s max rating) you will receive a 5% bonus on all money and XP collected in your town.  If you missed the previous Conform-O-Meter posts check here for the basics and here for how many points you’ll need to reach 5 stars.

The Level 37 update has introduced 3 new buildings, 2 new characters, 2 new decorations, 1 food cart for both Springfield & Krustyland & all new point amounts required to reach a 5-Star Springfield.  At Level 37 here’s what you’ll need to max out your Conform-O-Meter:

Level Indolence Obedience Consumerism/
    Gluttony
37     460      270       252/276
Tree-hugging
     /Vanity
Righteousness Socialism
19,325/30,370          165     1,530

As you can see, Level 37 has increased the Indolence Rating requirement (+10, 1 more house), the Obedience Rating requirement (+10), the Tree-Hugging Rating requirement (+1,210), the Vanity Rating requirement (+1,700), the Righteousness Rating requirement (+8) and the Socialism Rating requirement (+96).  The Gluttony & Consumerism Ratings (for once) remain the same with no increase.

Now I’m sure you’re wondering, ‘How will the new buildings/decorations help me max out?’  Well, here’s how:

Item Cost Category Points
Bachelor Arms Apartments $253,500 Consumerism 10
Office of Unemployment $310,500 Indolence 10
Cracker Factory 150 Donuts Indolence 10
Cracker Fountain 30 Donuts Vanity 300
Fleet-A-Pita $5,600 Gluttony 2
Fleet-A-Pita (Krustyland) 500 Tickets Grub 20
Golden Calf Idol 30 Donuts Obedience 10

Let us know how your Conform-O-Meter rating is doing!  Are you maxed out?  If not, what area currently needs a boost?

8 responses to “Level 37 and the Conform-O-Meter

  1. Bachelor Arms is consumerism and Cracker Factory is indolence? Is that a typo, or did they get flipped in the game files?

    • It’s how it’s written in the game files. Strange, I know, but similar to how the Wax Museum improves Indolence and Spinster Apartments improve Obedience. The game designers do some strange things with the Conform-O-Meter 🙂

  2. I found the easiest (and cheapest) way to max righteousness was to not spray graffiti and to seek out neighbours who needed theirs removing, went right up after a quick daily trip round my neighbours 🙂 I’m also not spending in game so don’t have any of the donut related buildings other than those bought with donuts I’ve won or been awarded..

  3. Welcome back Alissa. I hope all is well with you.

  4. My righteousness dropped right down to 1 star but having read the ways to boost I’m now back up to max stars 🙂 just a shame I can’t get the first 2 up to max but I don’t want to end up with duplicated houses or businesses 🙁 guess I’ll have to make do with a 4 star rating..

    • Mine sits at 4 1/2 all the time for precisely that reason gilesey. The first too go up with natural level progression too.

    • Training walls are the best way to make the righteousness rating increase. I have them hidden all over my Springfield 🙂 I know about the Indolence rating and the consumerism rating. Not a fan of having Kwik-E-Marts all over my Springfield! Fortunately, for once, EA gave us a new Consumerism boost with out raising the required points! Sometimes duplicate houses can be fun, especially if you make a “woodsy” section of your Springfield. You can use Brown Houses as “cabins” and tuck them away in the woods with the minnow pond and camp fire (and Kamp Krusty if you’ve purchased it). That’s a fun way to boost your Indolence rating with out looking like a house farmer 🙂

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