Should I Spend Donuts On Crouching Panda Hidden Egg Roll?

Hey Howdy Hey Tappers!

The spies are invading Springfield!  Yes, the Secret Agent update has hit our games.  We’ve got hacking, drones, dossiers and a shrinking donut bank account because there are LOADS of spy items in our stores just tempting us with those sprinkles!

Of course with that limited-time label it can be tempting to buy everything that looks awesome because it’ll be gone soon.  But don’t sweat it!  That’s where we come in to tell you what’s worth those donuts and what you might want to hold off on.

Wondering if you should add Crouching Panda Hidden Egg Roll to your Springfield?  Well before you hit that confirm button let’s break down the pros and cons of adding this more than meets the eye restaurant to your Springfield…

Building: Crouching Panda Hidden Egg Roll
Donut Price: 100 Donuts
Conform-O-Meter: Gluttony +10
Earns: $350, 35xp/16hrs
Size: 5×8
Tasks: Lenny and Carl 1hr Task (not a joint task), Earns at a regular rate of $70,17xp
Other Info: Can Go on the Boardwalk & Pier, Spy animation so it should be turned on/off with the animation toggle

Leaves Stores April 25th

-Fun looking building for Springfield
-Lenny and Carl each have a task there
-Animated when in use

-No questline associated with it
-Lenny and Carl already have a number of 1hr tasks
-1hr task (at least as of right now) doesn’t pay at a premium rate
-Animation isn’t spectacular, drones fly out of the top
-Payout every 16hrs is an awkward time for a typical tapping schedule (1, 4, 8, 24hrs)
-Pricey for a building without a character (in comparasion Happy Sumo is 100 Donuts and comes with Akira)

Final Thought
Full disclosure I brought this the minute I saw it in the store. For no reason other than I wanted it in my town.  I liked the look & wanted it in my “China Town”.  But aside from the look, and my desire to add it to my Springfield, there are no good reasons to buy this one.  It’s overpriced, the tasks (while it’s nice the building has tasks for characters) don’t pay at a premium rate and the payout on the building income is at an awkward time (16hrs).  So premium players, unless you really like the look/design of this one & have a strong desire to add it to your Springfield…pass.

Pass.  Overpriced & underwhelming.  There are far better items you can spend your freemium donuts on.  If I were a freemium player, I’d skip this one.

Of course in the end it’s your decision, we can only tell you what we would or wouldn’t do.  And , as I already say, as a premium player I picked this one up.  Really like the look of it & wanted it in my town.  Just remember this is limited time, and will be leaving our stores soon.  Whatever you decide, So be sure to make your final decision before it’s gone from our games for good. (or for now..)

What are your thoughts on Crouching Panda Hidden Egg Roll?  Will you be picking it up or have you already?  Where have you placed it in your Springfield?  Sound off in the comments below, you know we love hearing from you!


59 responses to “Should I Spend Donuts On Crouching Panda Hidden Egg Roll?

  1. The price is WAY too expensive. 100 donuts for 1 building?! Next time it comes around it better have a rebate of like 70 donuts back or something lol.

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  2. Same as you, it’s just a great looking building. I grow weary of the 1 hour jobs for everything.

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  3. Crouching Panda Hidden Egg Roll

    A cool Building for your Asian themed area (from prior Event), I will wait for you to return at discount price (because it will (lol), and hope EA considers adding more Characters for tasks at the Building. 👍

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