In our silly lil game, we sometimes see things pop in that we have no clue as to their Origin. They seem familiar, but we just can’t pinpoint from where. So that is why we decided to make a fun lil reminder out of it. To let you know just Where did THAT Come From?
This post I will be going over the Origin of Moon Bounce. Why is fun lil bouncy house in our game? Where did it appear in an episode? Did it play any important part? Let’s dive into the Simpsons TV Series to find out more.
Season 13, Episode 11: The Bart Wants What It Wants
Homer has decided to take off with the Olympic Torch as he is tired of them cutting into his TV time. Marge eventually gets the Torch back from him and tosses it to the cop in the chopper following them. Homer is bored now though, but no worries…there is a Annual Fair. At the Springfield Preparatory School. This upsets Lisa as they told her Springfield never had any Private Schools. Homer explains that her knowing about it would make her want to go to it.
A fun lil Bouncy House for kids in an episode that put friend against friend for a girl has now made its way into our game. Have you sent any kids on tasks to bounce there and get some $$ & XP? Did the Golden Ticket confuse you?
Speaking of, how about we take the time now to actually look into just exactly what the Moon Bounce is when it comes to our silly lil games.
This lil bouncey house bounced into our games with the Level 46 Update and seemed to confuse people all around. I think it was more due to the questline involved with it was so super short, if you tapped away it was gone. After completing Mrs. Muntz main questline for Level 46, Bart and Willie will take you on a QUICK side quest for the Moon Bounce. This consists of TWO items. Buy and place the Moon Bounce. Then send Willie to bounce in it. THAT IS IT! No more. All done. Finished. Lol. (Yes, his quest still remains there locked, but waiting on EA to correct that. Only kids can bounce once it is done.) Once the questline completes, a Golden Ticket appears on top of it. This turns the Moon Bounce now into a $$$ & XP generating interactive building. What does that mean? Well very similar to the Dog Race Tracks, Channel 6, The Drive In, and KBBL…you have the option to use random Characters you have acquired during game play or just an option to select any task, and when it is complete you get to collect the payout. That’s about it. Just another random option to utilize a building you may just store away if it did nothing.
So since this one is interactive, what kids CAN use the Moon Bounce as a 4 hour task?
|Sherri & Terri||$50||4hrs||$570, 140xp|
As you can see, the Premium kids and the Twins will earn you more than the others. So it is up to you if you want to send them here for a 4hr task or send them on something else in their task list. The choice is up to you.
There you go. A bit of a background and hopefully a bit of help to understand the Moon Bounce. Did this help you? Let us know.