The Simpsons™: Tapped Out
The Simpsons™: Tapped Out
Life-Ruiningly Fun
4.5 Review



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103.2 MB

Nov 16, 2021




November 16, 2021



65.4 M

July 1, 2020


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The Simpsons: Tapped Out is a freemium city-building mobile game for iOS and Android, based on the American animated series The Simpsons. It allows users to create and maintain their own version of Springfield using familiar characters and buildings.

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From the writers of The Simpsons, comes the city building game that lets you create your own living, breathing Springfield! When Homer accidentally causes a meltdown that wipes out Springfield, it’s up to you to clean up his mess... we mean, help him rebuild it!


➤ Collect Your Favorite Characters

Help reunite Homer with his loved ones - Marge, Lisa, Maggie (and even sometimes Bart) - as well as his not-so-loved ones, like Ned Flanders. Re-populate Springfield with your favorite characters, from Barflies (Barney Gumble) to Wise Guys (Fat Tony). Add them all, we won’t judge! Dress your characters to the nines with options like Daredevil Bart or Lizard Queen Lisa, and relive scenes from your favorite episodes of The Simpsons!


➤ Take Charge of Your Springfield
Can’t control your own life? Now you can control the lives of the citizens of Springfield instead! Make Apu work ridiculously long shifts at the Kwik-E-Mart, have Moe smuggle illegal animals, or make Homer toil poolside all day... that last one might not be so bad.


➤ Build Your Own Springfield
Think Homer deserves to live next door to Moe’s? Or the monorail can survive a few more sharp twists and turns? Well, you can finally make Springfield just the way you want it! Expand your town to the Waterfront, grow its businesses with the glamourous shops of Springfield Heights, and enjoy its sights, all with only a few taps.


➤ Experience Unique Simpsons Stories
Catch exclusive animated scenes and new hilarious stories from the writers of The Simpsons. You know they’re good because they write for The Simpsons! Tapped Out is the most life-ruining fun Simpsons game you can play!


➤ Always Something New for Your Favorite Town
Springfield might perpetually be on the verge of destruction, but hey, at least it’s never boring. Whether it’s Halloween monster invasions, superheroes run amok, or chaos caused by one of Homer’s “great” ideas, you’ve got never-ending options to tap!




This game downloads additional content on the first launch that can be up to 1.5GB based on the device. We recommend connecting to WIFI the first time you play. This game is also supported with regularly occurring content updates that require additional downloads when released. Please be patient while it loads (we promise it’s worth the wait).

Editors' Review

The Simpsons™: Tapped Out ©Copyright by Gamdise Do not Reproduce. By JoJo


I love a good city-building game here at Spawn Point, and I’m a pretty big fan of The Simpsons too. And now the two have been combined in The Simpsons: Tapped Out. If you have ever wanted to control the life and times of your favorite yellow-skinned animated characters from The Simpson’s, you now have the best opportunity to do so. The best thing is - the control is at your fingertips in The Simpsons: Tapped Out. Now available on IOS and Android, Tapped Out throws you into the bright-colored town of Springfield, at least by name. Thanks to Homer, the town looks very different.


Homer Simpson is so busy playing elf-related games on his myPad (a parody of the iPad) at work that he neglects his workstation and accidentally causes the nuclear power plant to collapse, leading to the complete destruction of Springfield. He is left stranded with full responsibility for rebuilding Springfield and bringing back members of the town. Homer is desperate to find other characters so he can get them to rebuild and return to his elf game. With the help of Lisa, Homer rebuilds Springfield and brings back important found characters. It seems to have been changed to fit the comedy. Let's chalk it up to the charm of animation and fiction and move on.


The game can be considered as a city-building game. It offers a variety of buildings (houses, stores, public buildings from the animated series) that the player can purchase with "Money ($)", the game currency. Premium items are purchased with donuts and can also be purchased with real-world cash. This references Homer Simpson's enthusiasm for donuts in the series. Players use building and character quest lines to progress through the game. By completing missions and levels, players can collect more characters and buildings, which unlock more missions and levels. Each building regularly generates in-game money to collect, such as the "income tax" for houses and the "collection plate" for the First Church of Springfield. Players can place rivers, roads, pavements, and decorations on the land.


What it all boils down it is the game enjoyable. For me, it most certainly is. Its developer, EA Games, has taken in keeping the game updated and fresh through a constant string of expansions, episode tie-ins, and holiday events. It does not hurt that they also took great pains in keeping the feel of the game as close to the feel of the TV show on, which made the game even more appealing. And it's free to play, so if players choose they can play the entire game's story mode without spending a dime.


But there is the rub... Even if the player obtains the game for free with that very intention, its wickedly clever design and the many special, or "Premium", items, objects, buildings, and characters are so desirable that they will find it harder and harder to resist spending some money to obtain sufficient Premium Currency to get some of that special content. While you'll get a lot of fun and entertainment completely for free, deciding to spend a little - or a lot - to get something extra does really add to the entertainment value of the game.


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