Fun time passer It's good fun and you can progress without spending real cash. To make the most of events you do need lots of neighbours and either spend real money or play it constantly. If you can accept not getting all prizes unless spending money or playing 10 times or more a day, it's a good game. I advise getting as many neighbours as possible to help with events and earning money.
Not enough tasks or donuts I've played many of these kind of games before but none so slow. There's so little to do that I give some characters a 24h task to keep them entertain. Then the donut thing is another story. You need MANY donuts to buy virtually everything but you only get one every once in a blue moon!! I understand that you guys need to make money but this is not fair
5 - star donuts Been playing tapped out since day one and couldn't stop until this moment of speaking. This game is awesomely addictive and there's always a reason to revisit this game. The free-mium content drives me crazy and can't stop tapping. Add the simpson's iconic character and memorable conversation : you get the best build and tap game in the universe. I can't even finish this review because i have to go back tapping Springfield (d'oh!!)
Good Game! I'm a new starter but this is a fun game and a great time passer. Update: 22/4/16 cant get on, keeps saying device is full even though theres over 1GB it seem that every other time i start the game it has to update something. Not good when you're not on WiFi
Hello person who made this game can you get rid off the white suit guy not homer he keeps asking for donuts can you kill him please or I will do something about it please F*** you people why not listening to me you made me mad your getting a 1star now
Good little long game After a few issues with it logging my account out for no reason this is a pretty good game, it takes time if you'd rather not spend money as I. But it you could have a day/NIGHT cycle that would be cool. On that note, been playing for many month and shall be playing for many more.
Lisa’s movie, while a box office blunder, united the town and led to the defeat of the giant monsters. Plus it was a critical darling! While the normal monsters make themselves at home and the townsfolk settle back into their routine, what’s next for your town? A turkey time-out? The start of snowfall in Springfield? A recount of the presidential election?
Stay tuned for the holidays, for more new characters, more new buildings, more new stories, and less eggnog! We promise!