The Halloween Event has begun and since we’re at the end of week one, It’s time for a premium guide on the new items the Halloween 2014 event brought. So what has teleported into our towns? Well believe it or not we have actual teleports! In this premium guide I will be looking at the Teleports Alpha and Omega. Before you click that confirm donut button I would check out this premium guide first!
This will follow out as a normal premium guide with Game Information, Background History and some pros and cons all topped off with a conclusion.
Name: Teleporters Alpha and Omega
Cost: 50 Donuts
Limited Time?: Yes
Animation and Sound?: YES! It teleports you from one teleport to another!
Event: Halloween Event 2014
Quest?: Yes a small one, along with a set of dialogue
Homer: Oh my God! Teleporters! I can’t believe we have them here in Springfield.
Frink: Ah yes, the mind reels at the possibilities this kind of technology makes achievable.
Homer: I’m gonna use it to teleport the milk back to the fridge so my cereal doesn’t get soggy.
Frink: Or it can be just another gew-gaw that makes sedentary bozos even more lazy. With the obesity and the fatty heart and the oy-van sweating.
Your only task it called ‘Warp This Way’ which is to place both teleports Alpha and Omega and once placed use the teleports.
The two teleporters Alpha and Omega appeared in the Treehouse of Horror VIII special in the story Fly Vs. Fly.
In a parody of The Fly, Homer buys a matter teleporter from Professor Frink’s yard sale. Bart asks if he can use it, but Homer refuses. That night, Bart tries to sneak Snowball II into the teleporter and at the same time, Santa’s Little Helperjumps in. The pets come out of the machine as a creature with a dog’s head at one end of its body and a cat’s head at the other. A second creature with a tail at each end of its body emerges shortly afterwards. A fly lands on Bart’s arm and thinking that he will become a mutant superhero, Bart grabs the fly and steps into the teleporter. He comes out with his normal head, but with the fly’s body whilst the fly has his body.
The rest of the family wakes up and sees Bart’s body with a fly’s head and decide that it must still be Bart and accept him as he is. The real Bart tries to convince the fly into going back into the teleporter, but the fly attempts to eat Bart, who later enlists help from Lisa. The fly overhears their conversation and chases Lisa into the kitchen where it tries to kill her. Bart tries to stop the fighting, but is quickly eaten by the fly. Lisa then sees this as an opportunity to undo the process and pushes the fly into the teleporter. Bart comes out the other end, now with his head back on his real body. Homer then pulls out an axe, making it appear that he is about the destroy the machine, but then angrily chases Bart around the house for messing with it. (Source: Wikipedia)
Pros and Cons
- Handy to use when moving from one side of your town to another.
- It’s small and easy to place
- For 50 donuts it is a decent price!
- There is no main quest featuring around the decorations apart from one small quest to place the items.
- You don’t get Fly Bart which is a shame.
- It’s only available for a limited time, so act fast!
In conclusion I have to say this was a difficult one, however if you have the donuts to spare then spend! This is a neat decoration for a small price and you can teleport from one side of your town to another which is quite useful. However if you are limited on donuts then maybe wait until you are certain about getting this decoration. I hope this premium guide has helped you make your decision on purchasing Alpha and Omega. Happy Tapping, Nathan.