This post is for people who have just started the game or just want to see how far off they are from getting to the next stage in their game. New levels are released regularly so we cannot say how many total there are but we will update this post with each new update in order for you to see how many current levels there are. So what are those messages and how many XP do you need to level up?
When you reach the final level, 60, you’ll still level up by collecting XP, till level 939, and recieve 1 donut per level up. Once you reach level 939, the blue XP you’re used to seeing turns pink, and your blue bar disappears forever. The only thing that ‘ll happen when you fill up your XP bar each time is that you get a chance at winning up to 3 donuts. The graph can also be found here, on the Wikisimpsons page.
But no matter how many times you fill it up (and you can fill it up as many times as you like, getting a shot at those three free donuts every time), your level doesn’t change – the game only registers you as being at the top of level 939. You don’t gain a level and won’t ever again.
If you won 1 donut the first time, paid for a second chance and won 2, then you keep the 2 donuts you won the second time (they’re not accumulated with your first win) if you stop there. If you won 2 donuts the first time, but only picked up 1 donut the second time, then you get to keep the highest number. And if you’re not happy with your second pick, you can pay another $50,000 for a third and final pick, where you’ll certainly end up with 3 donuts. But the maximum number of donuts you can win at any bonus level is 3, no matter how much money you pay. And that’s because all you’re really paying for is a second and third shot at the 3 donuts that you may well have won first time round had luck been with you.
And this is the only way to use game money to buy donuts, it may only be a little amount of donuts but there donuts after all.
This post won’t be updated anymore unless the values changes. Hope this helps the players who are wanting to know how much they need to reach there level goal. Thanks, Nathan.