The Stonecutters have arrived! However some previous Stonecutters have been denied access in The Simpsons: Tapped Out. Tapped Out may have given us players a huge amount of costumes for our male citizens of Springfield however some male citizens have been left out of this secret society!
During the episode ‘Homer the Great’ we see a few of our Springfield citizens as a Stonecutter member however in the game they have been denied access to become a Stonecutter. There are a few characters in the game that don’t have a costume to become a Stonecutter despite the fact appearing in the Stonecutter episode ‘Homer the Great’ as a Stonecutter. So what does this mean for the Stonecutters that have been left behind? Here are a few of tapped out characters that have been banished from the Stonecutters event:
Herman Hermann – Owner of Herman’s Military Antiques and arrived in tapped out last year during the level 30 update!
Kirk Van Houten – Farther of Milhouse and arrived in tapped out during the level 37 update in November last year.
Apu Nahasapeemapetilon – The owner of the famous Kwik-E-Mart and has been in the game since the very start and can be unlocked from the early stages of level 2 – 4 depending on how you play the game from that stage.
Dewey Largo – Lisa Simpsons music teacher and arrived during the level 40 update during the end of April this year.
Barney Gumble – The town drunk and arrived in Springfield in the Christmas event of 2012 and became a permanent addition to buy ever since.
So as you can see in that list we have a few major characters in both the show and the game. Apu is one of those characters who I’m surprised by as he is a major character in both the game and the show. What does this then mean for the characters who have not been given access to the Stonecutters?
Maybe they will be added later on in the future or maybe EA have just forgot!? Lets hope we see more characters soon becoming a member to the secret society in future updates. What do you think about the missing Stonecutters? Share you views in the comment section below. Happy Tapping, Nathan.