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Building Storage: Which Character Goes with What

Hey howdy hey Tappers!

With all of the talk of glitches and missing characters, I’ve been noticing more and more questions in the comments about storing buildings & which characters are assigned to which buildings.  So I figured it’d be good for a little character storage refresher.

If you have a missing character in the game (or if you ever want to cancel a task) one of the great ways to get them back is to store the building they entered Springfield in. Here’s what you do…. Continue reading

Tapped Out Halloween Walkthrough: Kang and Kodos

Kang and Kodos are two additions to Springfield this Halloween, although Kang was first introduced last Halloween (2012).  After you complete the Ultra House 2 Quest Line you’re given the opportunity to purchase the Ray Gun and shoot down Kodos (it will cost you 120 donuts, BUT you get Kodos AND a Ray Gun AND a Crashed UFO).  Kang on the other hand is free this year!  After you’ve unlocked the Victorian Space Ship Kang will appear in your Springfield!

Two new characters, although both aliens, with two completely different walkthroughs.  Let’s take a look at what happens when you unlock Kodos and Kang…we’ll start with the walkthrough for Kang (since he is free)… Continue reading

Tapped Out Halloween Walkthroughs: The 9th and 10th GOO prizes, Burns Coffin & Gingerbread House

Hey howdy hey GOO Collectors!

Back with the final two prizes in the Personal Prize collection, you can read about the Ancient Burial Ground & Pumpkin house herethe Vac-U-Bot hereZombie hereUltrahouse & Victorian UFO here & King Snorky & the Twirl ‘N’ Hurl here.  The last two prizes are achieved at the 8,000 GOO (Burns Coffin) collection mark and the 10,000 GOO (Gingerbread House) collection mark.

burns coffin 8000goo       gingerbreadhouse 10000goo 

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Hey there Addicts!

Just finished watching the TOH XXIV episode and the title of this post lets you know my opinion.

This is just a quick summary.  First off, the episode starts with the opening sequence directed by Guillermo del Toro.  Bunny kindly posted this earlier.  This alone was worth watching the show but more hilarity ensued.


I just love that Stephen King made a brief cameo AND Hypnotoad from Futurama… yikes!  Makes me start jonesing for the tie-in later.  Any who… on with the show (recap)! Continue reading