The Simpsons: Tapped Out (iPhone) Reviews
Product Type: Electronic Arts software for handheld and PDAs
Description:Manufacturer: EA / Type: iPhone / iPad Game
Newest Review: ... to register with EA so that you can set up your Springfield. This is useful also for occasions where it gets a glitch and ... more
Customer The Simpsons: Tapped Out (iPhone) Reviews (4)
by - written on 23/11/13 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I was introduced to Tapped Out on the IPhone by my husband just over a year ago. I believe it had been going for some time before that. It has a lot of players from all over the world - its Facebook page has over half a million likes at present. You can also use it on an IPad which is probably slightly more preferential given the much larger screen space. It is available for free download from the App Store, but be warned, it does eat up quite a bit of space! Essentially, the aim is for you to build your own Springfield using tasks that you are given to complete. When you first download it, you are given a very easy to follow tutorial comprising ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/13 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Are you a fan of the longest running animated television show ever, The Simpsons? Have you ever wished that you could control the daily lives of Homer, Bart, Marge and a host of other much-loved minor characters? Well no, me neither, but that's just what I now find myself doing via the mobile app game "The Simpsons: Tapped Out". It's downloadable for free to any device that's linked to Apple's i-Store or the Android App store and is a 'freemium' game. This means that it's free to play but some of the unlockable items are 'premium'. The in-game currency is donuts ("mmmm, donuts" as Homer would say) and you can get some of these through ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/12 (Very useful, 221 readings)
The Simpsons have become a well known family in the history of television, and have now extended to the world of the iPhone/iPad applications. While there has been a previous Simpsons application, it hasn't been as successful as The Simpsons: Tapped Out as on the day of the release, there were so many downloads of the game that it had to be taken of the App Store as the servers couldn't handle the amount of players! The game itself is free, however as most of the free games available on the App Store, there is also the option to purchase in game currency to progress in the game. The only thing you will need to play the game is an Origins account, and that is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/13 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I am reviewing this game which I play on my android phone however the game is exactly the same on every single platform and can be downloaded free from both the apple and android stores. What's it about? Based on the TV show "The Simpsons" (which I assume most people know about), it starts with Homer, the lovable and "clumsy" dad of the family destroys his home town of Springfield in a nuclear explosion by allowing the reactor core to implode since he was too distracted playing on his "mypad" (ironically playing another tapping on the tablet game). This has apparently blown everyone out of Springfield but as the game ... Read the complete review
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