All the details and What Changed with the Homer vs the 18th Amendment and “Homer is Where the Art Isn’t” episode tie-in Updates? (March 6th, 7th and 8th)

Homer vs the 18th Amendment, the St. Patrick’s Day 2018 update, is live. We’re bringing you all the details on the items, as well as a preview on the ones for the “Homer is Where the Art Isn’t” episode tie-in that is coming on 15th, and what changed in the update.

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What Changed With the Black Friday 2015 Updates? (November 26th and 27th)

EA just released the Black Friday 2015 update. 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.
Update: A second patch was released the next day.
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The Characters and Costumes Of The Simpsons Tapped Out (Update: Homer vs the 18th Amendment and “Homer is Where the Art Isn’t” episode tie-in)

Hello fellow tappers, recently it was requested to post the complete collection of characters of the game so here we are.

I’ve included all characters collections and mentioned all costumes (that don’t appear in other characters collections). Enjoy. There’re a lot: 111 with 3 just added by the Homer vs the 18th Amendment and “Homer is Where the Art Isn’t” episode tie-in updates, and 2 unknown ones added by the Spring Cleaning and the Destination Springfield Takedown updates.
All costumes pictures has been added now as well as the item they’re associated with. Characters in red means the character or costume is not associated with it.
Characters in blue means the character is an NPC, with no jobs.
Thanks to SurlyCodger at AHQ for the list of items associated with the characters.
Notes: There’re a lot of images in the article. Beware of your internet limit.
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Spoiler: Unreleased Content (Part Four) (Update: The Invasion Before)

Hello, fellow tappers.

Sometimes when analysing the game, we find some stuff that is nowhere to be found then in the game.

Sometimes it’s just scripts, sometimes… there’re items!

In august 2013 we had three articles speaking of them (You can view them here). Today we analyze stuff that were added but never implemented in the past one and half year!
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Quik-Tap Guide: Level 37, Luann

This Quik-Tap guide is for the premium content part of level 37. This is a stripped-down version of our normal walkthroughs with just the requirements, who to leave free to start the next part of the quest, the tasks they perform, and the rewards. (The page with the other Quik-Tap Guides and full walkthroughs can be found here.

After purchasing Luann and the Cracker Factory, she starts the first set of tasks with:

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Which characters come with which buildings?

You can find the updated list here: The Characters and Costumes Of The Simpsons Tapped Out

Last Updated: September 17th, 2014.

A useful trick in the game to find a character or to reset a character’s task is to put their associated building (or decoration) into storage. This cancels the task they were doing. When you place the building back in your Springfield, the character is released and is available for a new task assignment. Note of caution: this will also reset the building’s earnings. It’s not a big deal if it’s a building that earns often like a Quik-E-Mart or the Flanders House, but if it’s Burns Manor (which takes 48 hours) then you might want to reconsider.

There is another way to reset a character’s task. If they are working at a building (either inside or in front of the building), then if you place the building in storage it will reset the character. A good way to check is to tap on the building, if the character and their task is listed, then they are working at that building. But if they are wandering around your town doing their task, you have to find the building they are associated with.

With so many characters and buildings in the game, which buildings are associated with which characters? Here’s a handy chart. (Lisa, Homer and the Simpson House are special, in that the game doesn’t allow you to put them into storage.) “Earns Every” is how often the building earns $ and XP.

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Springfield Real Estate Guide

Updated: September 17th, 2014

What’s on the market as far as buildings in Springfield, as of level 45? Below is a list of available buildings, their level, cost, and build time. Limited-time available buildings, and those available via Friend Points are not included.

They are listed by the level you have to be in order to purchase, however they might not be unlocked in this order.


The Springfield Real Estate Guide as of level 45:
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How many houses do I need to maximize the Indolence rating?

Last Updated: September 17th, 2014.

Indolence is the first of the Conform-o-meter ratings. (For more information about the Conform-o-meter, see here. For more information about the other Conform-o-meter ratings and other technical details in the game, see here.)

It is the easiest of the ratings to maximize as every house you build adds 10 points to the rating. You will still need some duplicates in order to maximize the rating at level 45.


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