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Description

THIS GAME IS LIFE-RUININGLY FUN!
From the writers of The Simpsons, comes the city building game that lets you create your own living, breathing Springfield! When Homer accidently 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? Or 40% fewer health inspectors? 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-ruiningly fun Simpsons game you can play!
Always Something New for Your Favorite Town
Springfield might perpetually be on the verge of destruction, buy 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!

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What’s New

Version 4.43.5

Grampa Simpson survived the war even playing as Honest Abe, Aristotle Amadopolis was booed out of the ring and ran home to Shelbyville, and Mr. Burns regained his throne as top heel in town! Smackdowns come and smackdowns go, but nothing lasts forever, not even professional wrestling. So stay tuned and keep playing to find out what happens next!

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
105.2K Ratings

105.2K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

Just going to build one more Kwik-E-Mart. Just going to send Bart on one more quest. Just going to…d’oh! Where’d the time go? Created by the minds behind the beloved animated series, Tapped Out is a captivating and clever App Store favorite, riffing on city-building games, the Simpsons themselves, and so much more.

Purrcat2010 ,

The Simpsons is good in both game and show form

I have been watching The Simpsons for about 1-2 years now. At first, I didn’t like the show very much, bur I gradually grew to like it. I found out about this game from casually browsing the Simpsons Wiki. Since I like town-building sim games, I decided to get it to help pass time during the coronavirus outbreak of this year. Contrary to what some of the reviews say, it works really well and I have no trouble making in-app purchases given appropriate credit (most of the bad reviews seem to be from haters or people with older devices). I have an idea for a new feature. It is to make it so that one can spend in-game money (the not doughnut one, whatever that is called) to improve the chances of getting a particular item in the Yearbook Mystery Box slightly each time you do this. That way, the chance of wasting 30 doughnuts on an insignificant item is lessened. I sincerely hope this game lasts as long as The Simpsons TV Show (kind of exaggerating there, but you get the point). Thanks for reading my review if you chose to. It would be really nice, especially if the developers read this review

Gordie Jennings ,

Completely Lost Hope

The Simpsons Tapped Out was once my favorite game on my phone for many different reasons, mostly because I could rearrange Springfield however I wanted. But, almost a year ago now, a few bugs appeared, starting with an in-game update. The screen said that it needed a 950mb update to continue, so I clicked ok and it took about 30 minutes but the game was normal for the most part afterwards. The next day though, I came back to check on my city, and the game wanted me to update the same thing again. I was a little confused, but I still went ahead with the 30 minute update. As you might tell, I was pretty dedicated to this game at this particular moment. The next day, the same thing happened, so I contacted EA. They gave me the basic troubleshooting steps like restart your phone, see what amount of storage you have, etc. I did all that and yet- nothing. So, I took a break from the game for a while, thinking that in three months EA would’ve fixed the glitch. Today I got on again, and it had to update again, another almost gigabyte of storage wasted. I think that today was Tapped Outs final test to see if it would be fixed, but I think my Tapped Out days are over. I had a lot of fun with this game in the past, but now playing it is a waste of time.

Information

Seller
Electronic Arts Inc.
Size
83.2 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility

Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Norwegian Bokmål, Norwegian Nynorsk, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish

Age Rating
12+
Infrequent/Mild Simulated Gambling
Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Dozen Donuts $1.99
  2. Stack of 60 Donuts $4.99
  3. Tray of 132 Donuts $9.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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