Level 39 saw the expansion of the Nahasapeemapetilon Family or in other words Apu’s Family, with the arrival of Sanjay and Manjula. Sanjay is a less well-known character, so we’ll look at his history on the show and some important game information.
Well we have finally received an update, even better it was a new level! We haven’t seen a new level in over 2 months. Am I the only one who remembers the time when EA released a new level every two weeks? I know EA doesn’t…
Anyways, we got a new update and I am here to bring everything new and compile it in one overview post. I have come such a long way on this site, I did my first walkthrough last week and now I am doing my first overview (however I helped a bit with the Valentines one). So lets jump into it, shall we?
Well as we come to the end of another event, we are left with only memories. Are these memories good or bad? That is the point of this post.
After every event we release The TopiX Opinion, giving you all a glimpse at our impressions of the event, but it should not be left there. We all want to hear your thoughts on the event too. Lets’ get started on our opinions.
I made an error a few days ago when I announced the ending of the St. Paddy’s/War of Art updates. I stated that Pokey was no longer available for purchase and after checking the new update files it appears as if the War of Art quest and offering of Pokey will end on April 15. That gives those of you who have yet to finish the War of Art quest or buy Pokey another 2 weeks. Keep in mind though that you must complete the quest for Pokey to become available for purchase. I apologize for the error and take pride in getting the most factual information out to all of you. It really makes no sense that they would take the Strupo statue and leave Pokey but those are the ways of the almighty EA.
Also before I go on, this is my 200th post here at Topix and I look forward to the next 200 and beyond. Thank you all for making this site what it is today.
Level 39 added two buildings: the Sanjay’s House and Apu’s Apartment. The Springfield decorations added are the Shiva Statue and E.A.R.L. Here is how the Conform-o-meter ratings are affected by the new items:
I hope you are all enjoying the update of level 39, but it’s time to get back to original posts on TopiX, which will be going off the subject of the recent update. It’s time to take a look at this weekend’s episode with our episode fact file. This post will provide you with all the information you need on the upcoming episode “You Don’t Have to Live Like a Referee” including exclusive clips and images from the episode.
You Don’t Have to Live Like a Referee:
Episode Description: Homer gets recruited as a FIFA World Cup referee after Lisa praises youth soccer in a Springfield Elementary speech contest. The Simpson family goes to Brazil where Homer’s honesty gets put to the test by one of the slickest South American gangsters in the soccer match-bribing business.
Episode Details: ‘You Don’t Have to Live Like a Referee’ is the 16th episode of season 25 which is airing on March 30th, 2014. The episode will be dedicated to 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The episode is written by Michael Price and will air on FOX with it being the show’s 546th episode.
Today’s update brought us a new Friend Points prize, E.A.R.L (Electronic Automatic Robotic Lighthouse). It takes an additional 5000 Friend Points. For background on the E.A.R.L. check out the simpsons wiki.
Apu’s younger brother Sanjay has finally arrived in the new Springfield, hopefully to help Apu run the Kwik E Mart. Here is the full walkthrough for Level 39. In order to activate this quest you must meet one of two requirements:
Complete Scandalous Spending Pt. 5 of Level 38
Complete Snyder House Rules Pt. 4 of Level 39
Once one or both of those are them are met Dolph will then trigger the main quest of level 39, A Perfectly Cromulent Job. Without further delay, here we go!
Along with the new characters, buildings and decorations which arrived with the level 39 update, there were a few additional changes worked into the game:
Base multipliers on building prices didn’t drop quite as expected. Level 34 buildings didn’t drop to the base price but are still at 1.3 times. Higher levels’ multipliers were also adjusted down. Level 35 buildings are at 1.3 times the base price when they were 1.4, level 36 are 1.4 times when they were 1.6, level 37 are 1.6 when they were 2.0, level 38 are now 2.0 when they were 3.0. And level 39 is the new top rate at 3 times the base price.
Springfield High’s base price jumped from $77,500 to $126,500. XP earned when built also changed from 7,500 to 12,500.
The Knowledgeum’s base price was cut from $126,500 to $77,500. The XP earned when built also changed from 12,500 to 7,500.
Robby the Automaton now gives 400 points of Vanity instead of 10.
Apu was moved from the Business Owners character collection to The Nahasapeemapetilons.
An extra level was added to the Friendship Prizes. E.A.R.L.s lighthouse takes 5000 FP to earn.
The premium decorations Tree Swing and Burning Bush were changed from giving 400 Tree-hugging points to 400 Vanity points.
The Jack O’Lantern now gives 90 Vanity points when it used to give 40.
The job for Chief Wiggum and other characters in the Judge Snyder quests to Attend a Court Hearing was changed from 12 hours to 4.
The Office of Unemployment now gives 11,000 XP when completed rather than 10,000.
Krustyland trees now give 10 Kitsch points rather than 25.
The Palm Tree (in regular Springfield) contributes 140 points to Tree-hugging instead of Vanity.
The Inflatable Gorilla and Baboons decoration that arrived with the Season 24 finale episode tie-in now gives 400 Vanity points instead of 300.
Default job rewards for 48 and 72 hour tasks were added. Regular 48 hour jobs pay $1000 and 250 XP, premium pays $1500 and 400 XP. Regular 72 hour jobs pay $1500 and 400 XP and premium pays $2250 and 600 XP.
The Squidport entrance now gives 400 Vanity points instead of the old 10.