Princess Penelope graced our towns (and Krustyland’s) with her presence a few days back and gave new life to a mostly forgotten part of the game. But, the content of level 43 isn’t what I want to talk about – it’s the file that contains the content that interests me.
Usually when we receive an update such as a level or episode tie in, the files that contain the content are named after what ever it’s about. The level 41 file is called ‘Bernice Hibbert’ because that update revolved around her, her brother Chester Dupree and Doctor Hibbert.
The level 43 file wasn’t named what I would have expected it to be. I thought it would have been named something like ‘Princess Penelope’ for the reasons I’ve already explained, but it wasn’t. Instead it’s called ‘Krustyland 2 Patch 1 Pre Launch’.
Again, it’s called ‘Krustyland 2 Patch 1 Pre Launch‘. Interesting, no? The parts of the name that interest me the most are ‘Krustyland 2‘ and ‘Pre Launch‘ I think EA have something up their sleeves that I expect to drop very soon. I’ll explain why I think so in another post, but for now, what do you think it means? Do you think I’m reading too much into the name or am I on to something? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below!
The Level 40 and Level 41 guides are now available for viewing. You can access them by clicking on the ‘Level Guides’ tab on the menu. The backlog of levels, 25 – 38 will be made available over the coming days.
Note:The term ‘farming’ is used to describe buying/building lots of the same things to earn something in a relatively short period of time.
Everyone wants them but it’s not always so easy to get them for free. That’s right, I’m talking about the holy grail of Tapped Out, doughnuts! Free doughnuts are ridiculously hard to come by, even for a free game but, thanks to level 41 there’s a way to ‘buy’ some for in-game cash!
Level 41 brought us the Bloodmobile and I have to say, I’m glad it did! It will cost you $132,000 to purchase one and because it isn’t unique, you can have as many of them as you want. That’s a good thing, trust me!
After purchasing a Bloodmobile, you’ll get a flat rate of 13,200XP but it could be much higher depending on your bonus multiplier! My bonus multiplier is quite low at 120% right now because I’m reorganising most of my town.
The number of Bloodmobile’s required to reach the bonus doughnut level will vary from player to player depending on how many times you’ve levelled up past the MAXIMUM level, which at this point is level 41.
After you’ve purchased what could be an insane amount of Bloodmobile’s (I needed 75 at one point) you can sell them back for $33,000 each. It’s not a huge return but it’s cash back none the less!
I’d only recommend doing this if you have a huge cash reserve. I had something like 60 or 70 million and spent about a quarter of that on Bloodmobile’s. Remember too that if you don’t get three doughnuts on your first box, you’ll need up to $100,000 to take another go to get them!
I haven’t been able to publish any new or redesigned pages in a while but tomorrow I’ll definitely be posting the Level 40 and 41 level guides. I’m working on the back log of levels which I hope to have completed and published by the first or second week of June.
After that, I’ll be moving on to the unreleased content page, the new player guide and the expansion pages (Krustyland/Squidport). That is of course, if something doesn’t happen game wise to slow me down! I’ll keep you updated on the progress!
Level 41 is without a doubt the shortest permanent level update ever released for Tapped Out lasting only 3 days or so. It brought with it a character that was never seen before its release, Bernice Hibbert as well as a few decorations. While I always welcome any kind of content update I can’t help but feel that this is one of, if not, the worst updates they’ve ever released if you compare it to the others. But, what do you think? All I know is, I hope they have something else planned, and soon!