Where Did THAT Come From – Book Burning Mobile

What’s the haps amigos? Wookiee popping in for even more origin goodness for all my favorite skyfingers. You know, just when you think a game is busy enough with superheroes, vigilantes, villains and criminals, EA decides we need even more goodness and drops Level 50 in our games. Of course, a new level means new stuff and that’s where I come in. Here’s a small hint… all the items have something to do with the Lovejoys. Surprised? I must admit a playful side of me wants to leave it at ust that but you know I’d never leave you hanging. For this round of where did THAT come from, we’ll take a look at the Book Burning Mobile.

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So for $200,000, this freemium item can be added into your game but what the heck does it have to do with the Best. Show. Ever. Well my friends, like I said before, the items from Level 50 are all Lovejoy themed and the Book Burning Mobile is no different. Let’s take a gander at “They Saved Lisa’s Brain” (S10:E22).

This is the Lisa joins Mensa and for a hot minute rules Springfield episode but like most Simpsons episodes, there’s always more. In the episode, Lisa is aghast at the low-fat pudding antics of Springfield’s residents. She writes a letter to the town outlining how they have 8 malls and no symphony, 32 bars but no alternative theater and 13 stores that start with “Le Sex”. “Doesn’t anyone in this town read?”

Right on cue Reverend Lovejoy pops by with his Book Mobile. Lisa recommends anything by Jane Austen to the Reverend who pulls away to reveal that he’s actually driving a Book Burning Mobile. It’s gags like this that really make me love The Simpsons and I love that our new decoration hides the “Burning” letters just like the episode unless you tap it. Way too cool.

Book Burning Mobile Simpsons

That’s it for this item. Hopefully you like it. As an added bonus, this vehicle is a high XP yield item so it uld definitely help out with farming for donuts. Check out this post to see what I mean. Keep on tapping in the free world and do yourself a favor, read that book by Jane before you burn it. I recommend Pride & Prejudice & Zombies lol.

TTFN… Wookiee out!

12 responses to “Where Did THAT Come From – Book Burning Mobile

  1. Also recommend looking up Jane Austen Fight Club on YouTube

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  2. App Store update available

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  3. Don’t burn books, burn your bills (lol). Yes I noticed that Level 50 was entirely devoted to the Lovenoys, a shame most of it was Premium content (long time Tappers are still being ignored while waiting for an update and/or new Freemium content). It may take several months, but I can wait for a part 2 update for Heroes vs Villains (and maybe this time we’ll get new Rides Attractions Decor Characters for Krustyland). 🙂

    Yeah everyone’s waiting for this Heroes vs Villains Event to finally come to a close today (via an over the air update). I have no idea what EA has for us, except that Easter 2015 is right around the corner (hopefully it will not be the epic fail mess from last year, where the joy of a new building & new character was outdone by terrible decoration due to a Quest that wasn’t fun in my opinion). I say let’s all think positive!

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  4. What about the road rage and hit n run video games. The BBMobile are in those games.

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  5. Loved Price and Prejudice and Zombies. Of course, I loved the original more, but it was certainly highly entertaining. 🙂

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  6. Any ideas if they’re doing anything for easter once the heroes have gone? 🙂

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