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Red Alert Full Dialogue: Panic at the Silo

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It’s officially the last day of the Red Alert mini-event, it ends tomorrow (February 2nd) at 9am ET.  So make sure you finish it up so you don’t miss out! As we always do when an event winds down, it’s now time to take a look at the hilarious dialogue for this event…just in case you missed it by tapping to fast.

So here’s the full dialogue for the Red Alert mini-event main questline…

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Red Alert Prize Guide: Main Questline and Prizes

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Springfield is on a Red Alert as a nuclear missile is headed their way!  Can you and The General help save the day?  Only time…and donuts…will tell!

Remember, this event is designed to follow a series of tasks via the questline to unlock prizes.  For each of the parts of the Panic at the Silo questline, you’ll have to earn via various character tasks in order to unlock the prize for that part.

So let’s take a look at the building and decoration prizes for this mini-event (we covered The General here), The Withstandinator, Springfield Sculpture Garden, Homer’s Bomb Shelter, and Missile Bunker…


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Turbo Tappin’ Red Alert: Main Questline and Prizes

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Springfield is on a Red Alert as a nuclear missile is headed their way!  Can you and The General help save the day?  Only time…and donuts…will tell!

Let’s dive into the Turbo Tappin’ Version for the Red Alert mini-event questline, and see just how to unlock all of the exciting prizes…


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In-Game Update: Red Alert

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Yesterday, an app store update hit our games to remove the Holiday Whodunnit Event.  And, today a brand-new mini-event started up in our towns! (as long as you’ve downloaded the update)  The first new event of 2022!

You’ll need Homer and Lisa free for 6s tasks to get things started with this event.

This mini-event ends, in 2 weeks, on February 2nd. 

More details below the fold…

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