Note from Alissa: This is another one of those super old posts…but it goes perfect with the Krustyland menu and the items that can go in Krustyland. Since the inventory menu and store menu are setup a bit different, this post will lay it out for you with everything that you currently have in your inventory when you visit Krustyland. And then I promise, we’re done with the Krustyland archive posts 🙂
Bunny here. Putting on my glasses, getting out my pocket protector, and getting my magic fingers and thumbs ready to type those zeroes and ones. Basically…it’s Nerdy Time!!
For whatever various reasons, our game likes to frak with our minds and heads and nothing seems to quite go right. We panic. Throw our device. Scream. Yell. There may be many tears as well. Just slowly take your thumbs/fingers off the device or you may crack the screen. Lol. It’s ok. I am here to help. All of us are. Promise.
Due to all the Questions we keep getting on Menus & Inventory Storage, I figured a quick refresher would be helpful.
In this post, I will be going over the basics of using the Newer Krustyland Inventory Storage Menu EA put into our games back in November. Help you find and locate items easier and make sense of it all. So sit back as we dive on in.
There are a lot of cool new changes to the Menus now and it can be kind of overwhelming to try and find information. To help, I am going to break down each icon section to make a bit more sense of where everything is tucked away now and how you can find it.
Now that you are in Krustyland, there are a few different ways to locate your Krustyland Inventory Storage Box. In your game in the lower right corner is the Hammer and Saw icon (Main Menu). If you tap on this, look to the lower left hand corner of your game. There you will see the Inventory Brown Storage Box. Tap on it to get to your Inventory Storage.
Or there is also the Directional Arrows Icon (Movement Menu). If you tap on that you will also see over on the lower left hand side the Inventory Brown Storage Box.
In the center you will see items that you may have in there for use, like a ride. It will also possibly show items from Springfield and previous Events you can place in the game. It will vary by player.
In the upper left corner is the Back Button.
In the upper right corner are two Feature areas again discussed also on the Main Menu post.
The Movie Clips Video Camera Icon (Cut Scenes). That will let you rewatch the lil videos from the very start of the game.
The Settings Cog Wheel Icon (Options). This is where you can adjust the in game volume, Character/Sound Effects volume, Push Notifications, set Confirm Donut Spend, Language, and more.
Now that you have the basic outline, let’s look into the Krustyland Inventory a little bit more in details of what you will see when you tap on the icons. These sections will vary on what YOU have won or stored throughout your playing history. So drag the arrow in the center across the screen to fully open up the Inventory Icons.
Keep in mind this WILL show storage for both Springfield and Krustlyand. So many Springfield items WILL be locked when you are in Krustyland as they can’t be placed there. (If you look closely, you also will see a lot of these items are in alphabetical order.)
Gift Bag & Mystery Box Icon (Consumables). This is where you will see items like the Boardwalk Tiles you have earned, as well as Prize Boxes you may have won. So if you got a Mystery Box inside a Mystery Box or Homer Buddha, this is where you will find it to open it.
Kwik E Mart Icon (Businesses). This is where all stored Businesses will be located. Like Grocery Store, Peanut Carts, Aztec Theater, etc. For Krustyland you will see locations like Krustyland Burger, Krustyland Hotel, and the Cotton Candy Stand
Brown House Icon (Houses). This is where all stored houses will be located like the Brown, White, Orange, Apu’s Apartment, etc. So for you “house farmers” if you tuck them away, this is where you will find them.
Tree & Bench Icon (Decorations). This is where you will find anything considered a decoration in the game stored away. Even those Duff Topiaries. If they aren’t locked, you can place them in Krustyland.
Tree Icon (Nature). This is where you will find outdoors and nature type of items stored away. Like sculptures, ponds, hillsides, fountains, flowers, and trees. Including those event items like Easter, Valentines, and Halloween trees. If they aren’t locked, you can place them in Krustyland.
Fences Icon (Walls). This is where you will find anything you can make a wall with stored away. You will find the only Krustyland Fence here, but there will also be those Easter, Valentines, and Halloween fences/walls. If they aren’t locked, you can place them in Krustyland.
Lady Justice Icon (Miscellany). This is where they tucked stuff that just didn’t fit in the other categories. You can find things like cars, Statues, billboards, and many other just random items. Krustyland Benches are here as well as the Garbage Cans. Random Holiday items will show up too like the Lovely Gazebo and Valentine’s Balloons. If they aren’t locked, you can place them in Krustyland.
On a side note, you will also see icons under the pop up. One to take you back to the other menus and one with a Homer Golden Statue.
Homer Golden Statue (Character Sets). If you are curious of what all has been released into the game vs what YOU have in the game, this is the place to go. It will show ALL the Character sets from ALL events and releases. You can see what ones you have completed and what ones you did not.
That about breaks down the Krustyland Inventory Storage Menu and the Categories inside of it. Keep an eye out for my other Menu posts.
As always, we are here to help in anyway we can. (I even try to harass…errr…I mean contact EA on our readers behalf to see if there is anything more I can find out too.) Just keep hanging in there. Changes happen. We will all get used to it eventually. 😉