Well Christmas is almost over in Springfield (it’s about time right?!). Once it’s gone tomorrow (January 14th), the option to buy many of the Christmas décor will be gone! Poof just like that! The Grumple will steal them away and they’ll disappear into the night never to be able to be purchased again…unless of course EA decides to bring them back next year for Christmas.
Christmas has arrived in Springfield! But, with all of the new Christmas premium items that are limited-time it may be overwhelming trying to decide which items to buy and what to pass on. With that limited-time label on items I know it can be tempting to just buy everything you can. But, have no fear! That’s where we come in to tell you what’s worth your donuts & what you might want to hold off on.
Wondering if you should add the Santa Village to your Springfield? Well before you hit that confirm button, let’s break down the Pros and Cons of adding this village to your Springfield.
Character & Building: Santa Village & Homer Santa Skin Donut Price: 200 Donuts (ouch!)
Pros: -Comes with Santa Homer, another skin for Homer, and earns a premium rate on all his tasks
-The Village will earn you $300 & 30xp every 24hours
-Many great outside tasks, including Homer Flying Santa’s Sleigh around your town (ala Arnie Pye & his helicopter)
-Makes a great addition to a Christmas area in your Springfield, along with Claus Co, Santa’s Workshop etc.
-Homer is Santa!
Cons: -Although the Santa Village originally unlocked a quest for Homer Santa (last Christmas) this time around there are no additional quests with the Village.
-A costly premium item. At 200 donuts it’s the most expensive premium addition to this year’s update (and one of the most expensive in the game).
-Only Homer Santa has interaction with the Santa Village, and it’s only 1 task. No other characters interact with it.
-No conform-o-meter points for it
Final Thought: Personally I purchased the Santa Village. It was something I wished I had from last year, but never got. I enjoy the Santa Homer tasks. It’s a great fit with Christmas town, but it is an expensive addition. For something that offers no real practicality for your Springfield it may be something you want o pass on, at those prices!
Just remember whatever you decide this is a LIMITED-TIME item and once it’s gone, it’s gone…so be sure to get it before the event is over if you’re thinking about it.
Santa Homer’s Tasks:
Break in for Milk and Cookies
Get Stuck in the Chimney
Do the Rounds
Do Santa Training
Endure the Whiney Kids
Fly Santa’s Sleigh
Curious if other holiday items are worth the donuts? Check out our premium guide over on our Christmas Event Page for the details behind all of the Limited-Time Holiday premium items!
Well Good Morning My Favorite Gift Grabbing Addict Tappers!
Happy Sunday before Christmas! Here at TSTO Addicts we’re all…well…Addicted to Tapped Out. Often times this addiction results in insomnia f0r Wookiee, Bunny & myself. We’re so dedicated to the game and to bringing you the latest and greatest info in the game that when something…like the Community Prize…is about to drop at least 1 of us will stay up and count down until it does. And that’s what happened last night & this morning.
Last night the Second Community Prize (Santa Village) dropped and this morning it appears as though we have a little hidden quest that has unlocked for us! The Great Donut Caper quest should be ready to launch in your games Tappers (after Tapping on Homer). This quest was rumored to start on Christmas Eve, but thankfully the minds at EA decided to start it the week of Christmas instead.
Want to know more? Keep reading to find out more about the 2nd Community Prize AND The Great Donut Caper …(WARNING SPOILER) UPDATE 12/23- After the fold the post has been updated to include Part 2 of The Great Donut Caper…