What Changed With the The Buck Stops Here and “Haw-Haw Land” Episode Tie-In Update? (January 2nd)

The Buck Stops Here and Haw-Haw Land Episode Tie-In were just released, and 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,T 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.

The Invasion Before Christmas event was taken down.

The Rigellian Christmas Spaceship skin can now be selected.

Rigellian Christmas Spaceship’s task, Threatening Humans With Extinction at Christmas, was added.

Rigellian Christmas Spaceship was added to the Houses inventory group.


Re-Gifting Machine and Jesus’ Carpentry Shop were added to the Businness inventory group.

Re-Gifting Machine’s task, Re-gifting Unwanted Gifts for Orphans, was added.

Jesus’ Carpentry Shop’s task, Building Cabinetry From Unused Crucifixes, was added.


Christmas Tree Ralph, Elf Bart, Elf Lisa, Lyla’s 4h and 8h jobs switched lenght.

Jobs that required Rigellian Christmas Spaceship, don’t anymore.

Santa Kang’s Assimilate into Winter Holidays doesn’t require The Invasion Is Snow Joke Pt. 4 anymore.


Brendan Beiderbecke can now Moonbounce.


President Lisa’s Brown House jobs are now done at Simpson House.


Number 111’s Reminisce About How Things Are, Number 59’s Take Meeting Minutes, Number 12’s Haze Initiates, Number 79’s Host Disco Night at the Lodge and Number 14’s Do Stonecutter Publicity Piece, can now be done at the Brown House too.


BS Leaguers and Rigellians can now fight permanently.


Rivers placed on land at the bottom were removed.


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

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6 thoughts on “What Changed With the The Buck Stops Here and “Haw-Haw Land” Episode Tie-In Update? (January 2nd)

  1. I don’t understand the changes that were made to the rivers tile. What exactly do you mean by “land at the bottom”? And how do these changes affect future placement of rivers?

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