Let the games begin! After a long hiatus, we finally have a major event in Springfield! Game of Games has arrived and it looks to be a game fest of nerdy proportions!
The Game of Games follows the same event structure that the Simpsons Christmas Special and Valentine’s Day events before it. This event consists of 4 parts (or Acts), with each part lasting a week and taking us through a new part of the event!
For Act 1 we’re tasked with finding passes for E4! Each part of the story will unlock another prize themed for the first part of the story. So let’s take a look at the details behind Week 1 and the Turbo Tappin’ Version for E4 No Access Pass…
After 4 months we FINALLY have a new “major” event available in TSTO. I say “major” because it’s not a mini-event, but it’s not your typical main event either. We’re back to multi-events for this one. So love them, or hate them, they’re here to stay at least (likely) through the end of the year.
Anywho….things kick off with 6s tasks for Homer, Lisa, and Bart. That first round is followed by another round of 6s tasks for Lisa and Bart. This then kicks off the Game of Games Multi-Event!
**For part 1 you’ll need to send Bart on a 4hr task and collect 200 VIP passes. To collect passes you can send: Bart, Lisa, Homer, Marge, Milhouse, Nelson, Martin, Ralph, Sophie, and Blocko Angelica Button (new premium character)**
As always, I’m going to continue to update this post as I run through things so keep checking back…It’s been a while since a large event hit, we’re a bit rusty around here 😉
Happy Update Day! ICYMI…and I don’t know how you could have I wrote a bunch of posts about it last night…an all-new update for TSTO hit our games last night. If you haven’t already done so, go download it from the App Store now. And if you want to see them, you can check out Spoilers here.
But this post isn’t about the new update. This post is a recap of what happened last night during the E3 Expo, and the Simpsons panel. If you didn’t get a chance to watch the hour-long panel I’ve embedded the YouTube video from it below, and I’ll highlight some areas for those who don’t have the time to watch the hour-long panel now.