Are you running out of money and donuts super quickly in The Simpsons Tapped Out? Are your friends ahead of you and you don’t seem to know how or why? You are at the right place where I can begin to tell you how to get from ground zero to sky high. These are some of the best possible tips and cheats in 2017 that you can use in The Simpsons Tapped Out. By using the right tricks and hacks you can greatly increase the speed and amount of money you earn. So read up and follow these tips carefully in order to improve significantly from the rock bottom where you were before.
When you just begin, tap on Homer
In the beginning of the game, you will find yourself with a small tutorial that you will need to finish over time. After explaining all of the details to you, you will be able to start clicking anywhere that you want and be able to do whatever you want in The Simpsons Tapped Out. So one of the tips that I can give you, is to make sure that you tap on Homer’s head about 10 times so that you can get all of the bonuses that the game will give you as well as get the task list that you will be required to complete over time. What can you earn from this? Well, you will be able to get 10 whole free donuts as well as a Jebediah statue that you will be able to place in your town completely for free.
Manage your characters based on play time
You should be making sure that you are able to bring each character to its full use so that you are using characters for long tasks if you are going to be away soon and then shorter tasks if you know that you will be able to play for a while. This will give you the best possible idea when it comes to time management and you will be able to earn a bunch of little experience and money which will add up over time and grant you a ton of extra experience and gold So you should make sure that you are able to manage your time well enough so that you will always have something to do while you’re playing the game.
So overall, you should be really mindful how long the task is going to take and then look to see what the reward for the task is. Usually the longer the task is, the more rewarding it is, but not always, so make sure that you know what the reward of the game is before you start it. So choose the longer tasks that you want to complete which give some better rewards, are better done at the end of your play time so that the next time that you play, you will be able to get the rewards from those long tasks.
Collect all of the free experience points and free gold
As you get farther in the game, you will be able to start seeing a ton more experience pop ups and money pop ups that you will want to collect so that you can get that free experience and gold. It might start to get a bit daunting whenever you see the number of little cash and experience points markers that there are. If you want to collect them all at once.
Tap on one of the little markers and then close your task book so that you will be able to collect all of the extra experience points and cash that is on the screen waiting to be collected. This is a really fast way to collect all of the free experience points and cash that is on the screen without having to click on every single marker that is in the game which can be tiring and not feel worth it.
How to see how you are doing in the game
It is important to notice how well you are doing in the game and how your citizens are fairing in your city. This will help to guide you through what to do next in order to help increase the popularity of your city and help grow your city. It can also be a big help when it comes to finding how what is wrong with your city and how you can improve that certain aspect of the game.
In order to find out what is not going so well in the game in The Simpsons Tapped Out, is by using the Conform-o-Meter. The Conform-o-meter will tell you a bunch of details about your city and how well that you are doing in the game. It will help rank you out of five stars about eight different categories. First of all, it will rate you on Indolence, Consumerism, Tree-hugging, Vanity, Obedience, Gluttony, Righteousness, and Socialism.
The higher stars that you have for each category, the better you are doing for the category. You will be able to see how you will be able to improve those rankings by doing several different things in your city in order to get your people to improve in those categories. Why do you want to improve in these categories? It is simple. You will earn additional money and experience points per number of stars that you have based off of a percentage so that you gain more experience and money over time.
Donuts are better than money
Like in the show, donuts seem to be of a much larger importance than money seems to be. It is the same in The Simpsons tapped out. If you are able to purchase donuts using real money, it will give you a huge advantage over other people because you can rush the construction of buildings as well as get new items that will help your city morale even faster and get you caught up to other players a lot more quickly.
Using donuts can get you to complete your objectives much more quickly which allows you to start completing other objectives a lot more quickly as well. If you are unable to buy donuts using real money, you might come across them sometimes through the game, but you should be careful using them because you have so few compared to people who can actually purchase them. Make sure to use them on necessities and not waste those precious donuts on something a lot less useful that gives less money.
Strapped on cash? Build homes
By building more homes, you will be able to collect the income tax from them which will get you a lot more money than buying something like a Kwik-E-Mart, which would take a lot longer to build even though it would give you more money. Building some homes will grant you income tax pretty often so that you will be able to purchase more homes because homes do not cost that much cash. If you are looking to get more cash in the game, just build additional homes and upgrade them as much as possible so that you can get more bang for your buck.