What better way to spend your time than talking math. So from time-to-time, I’ll come to you with a post that delves into the wonderful world of numbers, stats, and/or strategies.
While we’ve previously discussed Springfield Downs and the Go Kart Track a couple months ago, this month we’ll continue to look at most of the Minigames found within our game. After discussing Scratch-R’s on Friday, we continue our journey today with Conquer The Eliminator!
Note: Many of you are reporting the St. Patrick’s Day items left the store early according to your in-game timers. While, this post indicates the items leave the store on March 21st (today), it is EXTREMELY important for your games to provide players with accurate information. Including on the game timers. The best thing I can tell you to do is contact EA. Let them know the timers were incorrect. Hopefully that will cause them to fix the problem.
While we try to always let you know the end dates for items, you shouldn’t have to rely on a website (that’s not run by EA) to tell you when something leaves the stores. That’s why there are timers in the games. So it’s really important that EA fixes this issue.
Hey Howdy Hey Tappers!
So I’m doing something a little different this time around. While I’ll still cover, in detail, all of the prizes I’m going to start with the last two prizes, the Eliminator and Lisa’s task there. Why? Well because many of you are getting to the final prize and you want to know what to expect. Rather than force you to wait while I cover everything before it, I figured it’ be better to cover the last one (or two) first.
This event is designed to follow a series of tasks via the questline to unlock prizes. For each of the parts of the Left, Right, Left questlineyou’ll have to earn via various character tasks in order to unlock the prize for that part.
Let’s take a look at the details of the fifth and sixth prizes. What it does and how you unlock them..