This page contains The Simpsons: Tapped Out Hints for iPhone - iPad called "Tips to the Start of a Strong Springfield" and has been posted or updated on Jun 26, 2014 by sweetlollipop12.
- Developer: Electronic Arts
- Publisher: Electronic Arts
- Genre: Strategy City Building
- Release: Mar 1, 2012
- ESRB: Not Set
Tips to the Start of a Strong Springfield
If youre a motivated player who comits to getting a successful town but always ends up messing up on these type of games you might want to try these tips. This will help you grow a strong and amazing Springfield :D
When you start the game you might want to make an origin account before you start if you dont have a Facebook. Thats a mistake I made. The account will help you make neighbors/friends if you don't have a Facebook. I keep worrying I might lose stuff if I make an account and I have to waste donuts on the tasks that asks me to add friends. You dont want that.In any game like this always follow the tutorial and do not waste your money if its not necessary. If you do, you'll end up with a bad amount of money loss :( thats happened to me in several other games.
Throughout the Game:
Play daily and recieve all your profit from the day. ( that doesnt mean play for 5 straight hours lol )
Get the Scratch-R and check in on all your tasks to catch up. If some of the characters have nothing to do, make them do a random task (just from their task menu). It gains more XP and money for you! Every now and then spend your money on decorations, plants etc. to increase your town's rating. Visit your neighbor's town often to get the FP, XP, and money.
Theres a lot more tips for me to give to you but these are the basics :D
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