“So light ’em up, up, up…Light ’em up, up, up…Light ’em up, up, up”
Hey Howdy Hey Hall Decking Tappers!
So Christmas is my favorite holiday/time of the year (in case you couldn’t tell). I’m affectionately known in my family as a Griswold, because I tend to get a little carried away with the Christmas lights….maybe a little more than Clark….so I’m really LOVING the Christmas lights on the houses in Springfield. By now you all should know the only way to get the lights in Springfield is via Krusty’s Holiday Wheel (you can check out Bunny’s post on it here), but do you all know which houses you can light up? Let’s take a stroll through Springfield and see just who can be festive in 2013! Update: My apologies…originally I had the Wiggum house on this post but it’s not actually in the game. That’s what happens when you go through game files with bloodshot eyes for hours on end (it’s in the files, not in the game). Sorry for the confusion everyone!
And now the new for 2013 decor….
So that’s it Tappers…the fully holiday light show in Springfield this year! Remember you can only unlock the lights (unless you want to buy premium) by spinning Krusty’s Holiday Wheel. You’ll earn 1 spin every 24 hours via the token that appears over the Egg Nog Bar. You’ll also occasionally find tokens in gift bags and boxes, but just remember they won’t always appear (kind of like finding a donut from cleaning up Springfield). So be sure to reset your Egg Nog Bar every 24 hours so you can collect as many coins as you can. You can also purchase more coins in the store (50 donuts for 10 coins) if you really want everything right away!
Happy Coin Collecting Friends and don’t forget to deck those halls as soon as you can! (and think of me when you see your electric bill this month…I can promise you mine will be 20x higher :))
PS: If you’re having trouble decorating your houses here’s a quick how-to. Simply tap on the house (as long as you have the lights) and you’ll see a toggle screen. Just switch the facade of the house from normal to the lights. Yes…it really is that simple 🙂