The Simpsons: Tapped Out

The Simpsons: Tapped Out


About The Simpsons: Tapped Out

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The Simpsons: Tapped Out
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Gabriela Haynes
Gabriela Haynes
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Rebuild Springfield after a nuclear disaster

Many people know about the most extended series in the history of animation about the legendary family named The Simpsons. There are many items for fans of this sitcom, and now you have the opportunity to plunge into the world of The Simpsons due to The Simpsons: Tapped Out . The game's voice acting and graphics are original and were created by the same company that produced the series. We will tell you more about this game.

What is this game?

At the beginning of the game, the player sees the backstory. Springfield was destroyed because of a "minor" Homer's oversight. He did not watch out for the control panel at the nuclear power station, so an explosion wiped the town off the map. However, Homer survived, and a lot of radiation debris was left. Now you need to rebuild the city and find all its inhabitants. As usual, the tutorial level starts first. The player gets basic skills that will be useful during the entire gameplay. It is not very difficult: you just have to build houses, give tasks to characters, and solve quests.

Create your own Springfield

Help Homer find his loved ones — Marge, Lisa, Maggie, Bart, and not-so-loved ones, like Ned Flanders. Populate your Springfield with your favorite characters, from tavern regulars like Barney Gumble to bandits like Fat Tony. Now you can take control of the lives of the citizens of Springfield. Let Apu work long shifts in the fast-food store, Moe smuggles rare animals, and Homer splashes around in the pool all day long.

Does Homer deserve to live next to Moe's Tavern? Would a few more sharp turns damage a monorail? Does Krustyland need 40% more cartoon cruelty and 40% less attention from health inspections? You can answer these questions by creating the Springfield you want! Expand the city to the coastal area, develop the glamorous stores of Springfield Heights, and enjoy the views.


The Simpsons: Tapped Out game menu is clear: in the bottom left corner, there is a book with tasks, the game score (regular money and donuts), and the rating of your city. You can increase your score by constructing buildings, decorating, and visiting friends. In the bottom right corner of the game panel is a button with your neighbors, road or river construction mode and the game store where you can buy buildings, decorations, and premium characters or increase the territory. The game also gives many excellent bonuses for collecting families.


Completing many tasks and actions requires spending a lot of real-time. On average, you will need from 4 to 24 hours to let your charges perform tasks while you are doing your business. The game has both the main storyline and side character quests. The developers sometimes dilute the storyline with particular holiday tasks to keep the player's interest.

The purpose of donuts in the game

The Simpsons: Tapped Out is a free game with almost no ads. However, you have to use the game's paid coins and donuts to get additional services, but you can easily do without monetary costs. You get one donut for each new level, but there is one little secret in the game. If you click on Homer 10 times, you can get a one-time bonus of 10 donuts and a statue of the founder of the town. You can also buy donuts and regular in-game currency in the game store.

A social component

The game has an Origin social network that allows you to enter your town from any device where the application is installed. It is a great advantage for fans of the game. You can also visit your friends' towns, help them, or do bad things (write graffiti on buildings). The storyline of the game does not depend on the number of friends, so you can do everything you want, unlike in similar games. The only drawback is that you cannot play the game without the Internet.

  • Tons of items to unlock
  • Hilarious writing
  • Not too pushy about in-app purchases
  • The gameplay is repetitive

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