Hey TSTO Fans! I decided to do a quick post on some additions I’d like to see added to Krustyland in the future. Obviously The Simpsons has done a ton of stuff over the years with amusement parks and other types of attractions and even though most of these were separate parks, it would be awesome to combine it all into our own Krustyland’s. Some of these will be obvious WANT’S, others not so obvious (just obscure stuff I happen to remember having grown up being raised by the Simpson family).
I also think it would be a great idea if they started having theme-type packages when new levels are introduced. So, for example, when the next level is released, why not add a new section for Krustyland based on a particular theme (see below for some ideas). That way we can start sectioning off parts of our theme park based on a particular theme. For example, the game already has a lot of Itchy and Scratchy stuff which makes it easy to create an Itchy and Scratchy Land section of the park! Just an idea that I think would be great for future updates!
Now here is what I’d like to see…
Mikey Likes It! So far, the recent updates for Tapped Out have been pretty good if you ask me….. sadly, nothing from my last post on TSTO has been put into the game as of yet, but at least there is some hope with the addition of a character from one of my favorite episodes (Rex Banner)! And with the addition of Abe Lincoln, I have to think that no character is off limits to enter our Springfield’s! So with that said, I have some additional ideas for the game below as well as my quick thoughts on the recent updates!
WooHoo! No more D’oh’s! Squid port is finally here, was just released not 2 hours ago. Looks really really awesome. Level 30 was so bad, this definitely makes up for it (although I do love Herman and his shop and Jasper is awesome, especially the task where he takes medication and has a wild beard!!!!). The quests were terrible though (they took forever and were pretty boring and lame– heck, even EA admitted to that at the end of the quest)! I’m going to do a review on this update while I complete it, but at this point I don’t even know who starts the quest off (I assume Homer, but I still have 2 hours of waiting to do since we can’t store him in our inventory! D’OH!)! So excited, and I’ll have some updates on the new items to follow! Cheers Simpsons fans and enjoy as always 🙂
Simpsons: Tapped Out fans, looks like we have oursevles a donut sale!!! Woohoo, I just updated my game and it turns out that Gil is offering 25% off on all of the donut packages. I’d recommend taking advantage of this as these deals rarely come around. But be careful about what you purchase with the donuts, as rumors have it that some other deals are upcoming! Check out a post from tstotips.com here for more details about these rumored deals:
Mikey Likes It! Actually, Mikey is freakin addicted to it! The Simpsons: Tapped Out is easily the greatest mobile game available right now, and I absolutely love it! With that said, I’ve been playing the game since it was released on Android, and it never gets old, simply because they always add more content to the game. Not to mention the fact that I’m a huge Simpsons buff—this family pretty much raised me! If this is a sign of things to come, I can’t wait for the release of some new future mobile games (anyone else all for a Family Guy or Futurama or South Park mobile game? ZOMG!!!).
I’ve been re-watching a lot of my old Simpsons DVD’s (mostly from the older seasons), and I have picked up on some great ideas with regards to new content that I think should be added. I’m going to outline a couple of my ideas, as I think they would make great additions into the game—so any ideas for tasks, buildings, quests or characters you can find here. And I will have lots more to come in the future.