The IRS has finally landed on our towns, and they’re easy to use, or are they? Things can get interesting while using those new tools. Let’s find out how right after the jump!
The IRS is something many people asked since forever, a way to collect money from buildings and characters in one click. Though it’s not exactly that, it surely helps. The following tables shows how much upgrading the building costs. The higher the level, the bigger the blast radius is.
After levelling it up to Level 9 the Fancy IRS skin will unlock.
One of the problems of the building though is: Neighbour visits. If you tap all over your town with the IRS, your neighbours will have nothing to tap. And maybe you may want to disable this feauture from time to time. There’s a easy way to do it: storing the IRS. When storing it this message appears, warning you of the feature being disabled.
Remember of your neighbours, always leave stuff to tap or you may lose them!
The Job Manager is the second new feauture just introduced. When you open the menu from the Office of Unemployment this screen appears:
You may ask yourself, why is there money on the right? As the Unemployment Agent explained in the questline, a small fee is needed to be paid to send people on jobs. It’s a small fee for a easy way to send everyone.
Characters that are partecipating in an ongoing questline or that have a random quest in the task book (they’ve a yellow task in their task list) are excluded. Character needed for crafting or recycling may be excluded as well.
More infos will be added as we discover them. Leave a comment below if you find any!
This is all for now, join us later for more info on this update! Happy tapping!