What Changed With the Spring Cleaning Update? (April 13th)

The Spring Cleaning update was just released. As most of you know by now, every update not only brings new content but also changes to many other aspects of the game. From prices to appearance, task lengths to requirements, any part of the game is subject to change and many changes affect every player. Follow us right after the jump for the list of all of the changes.

Throw E.L. James Books on the Fire job is no longer visible after the Crook and Ladder event ends.

Fire Truck

Hot in Here Pt. 5 now requires the Police Station to be built.

Crook and Ladder’s Medals can be collected from 15 friends actions instead of 14.

IRS was added to the Buildings and Miscellany inventory section.

Fancy IRS

Fire Chief Moe, Fireman Skinner, Fireman Homer and Fireman Apu were added to the Characters inventory section.


Debris were added to the Decorations and Miscellany inventory section.


Simpson Laser Tag was added to the Leisure inventory section.


Waverly Hills Elementary School was added to the Springfield Heights inventory section.


The unreleased Springfield Greenhouse was added to the game.

Springfield Greenhouse

If the Yellow Submersible comes up empty, a notification now appears.

Yellow Submersible Empty

Join us next time for more info on this update, happy tapping!


14 thoughts on “What Changed With the Spring Cleaning Update? (April 13th)

  1. With the purchase of Nature Pack I know the you get the green house but does that also Include 5 Apple Trees, Butterfly Tent, Cherub Bird Bath, Kang Topiary, Kodos Topiary, 5 Orange Trees, 10 Rose Bushes & 1 Tree Swing or does that indicate they are available for purchase.


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