How do the level 33 buildings and items affect the Conform-o-meter?

Level 33 added a couple of buildings, the Springfield Wax Museum and the Sun Sphere. It also added the S.W.A.T. Van, a training wall and the Little Lady Justice. Here is how the Conform-o-meter ratings are affected by the new items:

Building or Item Rating Points
Wax Museum Indolence 10
Sun Sphere Vanity 2500
S.W.A.T. Van Righteousness 10
Training Wall Righteousness 10
Little Lady Justice Obedience 10

Surprisingly the Wax Museum adds points to the Indolence rating.

With the new level arrived new requirements to maximize your Conform-o-meter ratings. To stay 5 stars you need the following points at level 33:

Rating Points
Indolence 420
Consumerism 240
Tree-hugging 14,725
Vanity 23,870
Obedience 230
Gluttony 276
Righteousness 134
Socialism 1170

For more information about the Conform-o-meter, see here. For more information about the other Conform-o-meter ratings and other technical details in the game, see here.

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30 thoughts on “How do the level 33 buildings and items affect the Conform-o-meter?

  1. Level 33 indolence. I at 4.5% with my indolence Does anyone know hoe many more houses I need to build to make it 5 stars? Thanks

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  2. I needed 5 Kwik-E-Marts at level 32 for 5 stars. Now, consumerism is the only rating that has slipped, a whole star at that. Do I need to have 7 Kwik-E-Marts now? Will we ever get another consumer rated building we could have multiples of?

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    1. The amount of consumerism needed to maximize at 5 stars went up 36 points to 240. At level 32, you needed 21 total shops. With level 33, you need 24, so you would have to add 3 additional consumer buildings, like the Kwik-E-Mart. The only other consumer-rated building that you can have multiples of is the Ferris Wheel, but of course it costs donuts.

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  3. Ha ha. My righteousness rating has gone all the way thanks to me boarding my film studio space with training walls. That means there’s 10 of those but there nearly invisible!

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  4. Any idea of how many friends you need to get the socialism rating up to 5?

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    1. I’m not sure. The rating to get 5 stars jumped from 1086 in level 32 to 1170 in level 33. I can’t find evidence of how many points one friend gives.

      But you do get additional points from visiting friends. Each interaction with a friend adds a point to your socialism rating.

      There’s at least one report of a player getting 5 stars from only having the “Other Springfield” and visiting it regularly. So it is possible you don’t get any points for having a number of friends but only get points from visiting them.

      And there doesn’t seem to be a mechanism to decrease your socialism rating. So it looks like when you get the points you keep them. (this is probably worth a whole post on it by itself) 🙂

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  5. Peter (neoclassic70) 08/17/2013 — 00:16

    What are the additional consumer rating points needed for 5 stars? I had 5 stars before level 33 hit. Level 33 requires 240 but I don’t know what the requirements were for level 32 (and I don’t want to go back to the ‘old site’ to look it up 🙂 ).

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    1. Level 33 was a 36 point jump. 32 required 204 consumerism points, and 33 requires 240.

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      1. Peter (neoclassic70) 08/17/2013 — 01:10

        Thanks! Wow, that is a huge jump and no new stores available to purchase. Well, guess I have to live with 4.5 stars again for a while…

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  6. I am incredibly angry (I know I shouldn’t be but I am) about the Consumerism going up without giving us any reasonable way to increase it. I’ve completed Squidport, finished all the quest buildings, bought all the premium consumerism buildings (except the ferris wheel but about to buy it), and built 5 Kwik-E-Marts and my rating is only at 3.5 stars now. I started around the end of Whacking Day, so I missed the three (only three!) special Consumerism buildings. I don’t want to farm Kwik-E-Marts but it looks like that’s what they want players to do; which is ridiculous.

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    1. You’re not alone. EA needs to step up!

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    2. Mike (the other one) 08/17/2013 — 14:55

      Don’t feel too bad. I haven’t missed any buildings, have seven Kwik-E-Marts, and my consumerism is 4.5.

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    3. I had twelve kem before the update, and have had to add two more to get to five stars in consumerism.

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  7. I’m at 4.5 stars on the meter and no real interest in adding more KEM’s or houses just for the extra half point. I’d rather have an extra channel 6 satellite instead.

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  8. I just try to make my springfield somewhat realistic. Im not putting 20 gulp and blows or kwik e marts. Im not that concerned about getting 5% bonus. I still make a ton of money each day.

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  9. Vanity, vanity, all is vanity…
    Why do they always add so many points to the rating everyone has enough off anyway? When I tried to count my points at level 30 or thereabouts I already came to over 70,000 vanity points (tree-hugging about the same), should be way more by now. Who needs more?
    And then there are the totally unrealistic goals for consumerism. I have been playing since Christmas, have every store except one (house of evil), 7 Kwik-E-Marts and still my consumerism dropped to 4 1/2 stars when level 33 hit. Imho they shouldn’t raise the level if they don’t give you an additonal shop to reach it.
    You have to excuse me now, I have to go and build another Kwik-E-Mart… 😉

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  10. Vanity seems to be the easiest

    tree hugging is also easy I just add a few trees every level

    consumerism is totally unrealistic Im a non-donut buyer that started during valentines day I need a total of 12 quik-e marts (including the original) to 5 star it.

    Seems odd swat van is righteousness seems it should go under obedience. I have a question though did they lower the obedience # I had a ton of stop signs/ hail ants sign to get to 5-stars. I removed quite a few of them and still had 5 stars

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    1. Obedience didn’t lower, it went up 10 points from level 32 to 33.

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    2. It didn’t lower. We just got a bunch of stuff to help it out. The Liberty Bell, Calmwood and the all night Gym all contribute.

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      1. interesting didn’t know this and explains why I was able to remove so many signs. Still think swat van should go for obedience tough

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  11. Hi, I have all free buildings and no premiums but my consumerism and gluttony ratings are still relatively low. How many extra Kwik-e-marts and Krusty Burgers/Gulp &Blows do I need to max out?

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    1. I’m not sure. I have everything, freemium and premium. I have 4 KEMs and only four consumerism stars. I have 3 GnBs and only one Krustyburger and is on four and 1/2 gluttony stars. That should give you an idea of how many you need to add.
      Mrfy will have the points needed for each rating in his upcoming posts 🙂 as well as how many points each building contributes. I’m looking forward to see that myself.

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    2. tip for gluttony the lemonade and dough stand for squidport count so do coffee carts. I use these to cut down on the amount of gulp n blows and krusty burgers (even though I still have multiples)

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    3. All the restaurant types are 10 points each, so at level 33 you need 28 eateries to get that 5 star rating. Most of what is a restaurant is easy to figure out, but there are a few oddballs that also fit the category: Java Server, Moe’s, Businessman’s Social Club. The food stands on the boardwalk also are treated as restaurants, including the coffee kart, and you can have multiple ones of those, so you don’t have to totally go wild with multiple KrustyBurgers and Gulp & Blows.

      For Consumerism, you need 24 shops to get the 5 star rating. They are also all 10 points each. Looks like the only one you can do multiples of, is the Kwik-E-Mart.

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      1. Peter (neoclassic70) 08/17/2013 — 00:36

        What about the Ferris Wheel? I believe it adds to consumerism and you can place multiple ones… if you have donuts and tiles 🙂

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        1. True, if you want to spend the donuts.

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    4. Thanks guys, I think I’ll buy a few more coffee/lemonade/dough stands as any more than three of each of the chain shops seems excessive to me.
      Thanks for such a detailed response. 🙂

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  12. MY biggest complaint about this game is the 100% unrealistic consumerism rating.

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    1. Amen! I have all the limited time buildings and I need 10 KEM’s to max it out. I think that is ridiculous. EA needs to release more things that contribute and stop raising the amount of points you need to max it out.

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