The Simpsons: Tapped Out

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THIS GAME IS LIFE-RUININGLY FUN! Homer accidently caused a meltdown that wiped out Springfield. D’OH! Now, it’s up to you to rebuild it! From the writers of The Simpsons, tap into a city building game that lets you create your own living, breathing Springfield... for FREE.

Total Rating: 9.00
Reviews: 3

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Post Date: 12:01 18-05-2015
Rating: 10
Author: axwellshm
Comment: What to say, having Simpson city in your hands? Best thing ever actually made. Just enjoy in every Simpson cartoon an so in this one! 10/10.

Post Date: 10:26 14-08-2014
Rating: 9
Author: ivekvv256
Comment: Really fun mobile game, where you have to build city in which the yellowish cartoonish people live. :) If you watched TV serie Simpsons you will enjoy playing this game. Even if you didn't you should try it out becouse it's lots of fun. While building you will also unlock new characters in the game. I had fun playing this one and my rating is 9/10, becouse not really a fan of mobile games.

Post Date: 16:46 31-12-2013
Rating: 8
Author: Thedarkboy
Comment: Personally, I think that The Simpsons: Tapped Out is an excellent mobile game. I usually don't like games where you build your own town, but I still decided to try this out, since I do watch The Simpsons quite often to be honest. I didn't have high expectations, but I actually enjoyed this game much more than I though I would do. I've played the game for a couple of months now, and I can see myself keep playing it for a long time.

In the beginning, it shows that Homer accidentally blows up Springfield, and everyone and everything dissapears, except for Homer. What you are supposed to do is to rebuild Springfield how you want it, while gathering money so you can build more buildings and decorations. As you progress throughout the game you will also unlock more characters that appear in the game, that you'll be able to collect money with through different jobs. It might not sound fun, but it is. At least if you like the tv-series.

What I don't like about the game is that it crashes sometimes. When I'm playing in the game, the game can suddenly crash and you'll have to restart the game. You might also lose what you did the last minute, but it's nothing that affect the gameplay enough to make me stop playing. It's still fun, thus I keep playing the game.

I've seen many other players write about that they have lost their whole town and progress, and had to start all over again after some updates. To avoid this, you'll have to create an Origin account, so that your progress saves to your account. Otherwise, you might lose everything that you have done, which is definitely something that EA should fix. You shouldn't be forced to make an Origin account just because something is wrong with the game.

What makes me so interested in the game is probably, as I said before, that you can unlock other characters in The Simpsons. It's like a scavenger hunt, where you have to find the characters that exists in the TV-series, such as the Simpsons family, Flanders, Krusty the Clown, Apu and many other characters. I can't name them all, because otherwise the list would go on forever.

Just like many other games, The Simpsons: Tapped Out also have in game cash, where it here is called donuts. With these you can buy buildings and characters that are otherwise not available if you only play the game without donuts. Fortunately, there are still ways to get donuts without paying, but it takes a lot of time to collect enough donuts for just one building or character. But even though it's a bit restricted of you don't want to spend your money on the game, there's still a huge variety of freedom.

But overall, The Simpsons: Tapped Out isn't exactly something new and something that we have seen before. But the oppurtunity to create your own Springfield and find all of the characters, together with the humor in the dialogues between the missions, the game still succeeds for my part. It's a fun game, and I can still see myself playing it in a couple of months.

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