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A blog dedicated to the popular mobile game, The Simpsons: Tapped Out

An easy way to tell how far along your friends are

The friends page of the game has been completely revamped. Now at a glance you can see just how far along your friends are in the game. Not only can you tell how developed their Springfield is, but now you can see who has started building the Springfield Squidport as well as Krustyland. Additionally if you tap the Krustyland part of the map, you’ll be taken directly to your friend’s Krustyland, without having to find the Krustyland Shuttle in their town.

You can also use this feature to help prune your friend list. If you see a higher level player who hasn’t even started the Squidport yet, there is a good chance they aren’t actively playing the game anymore. Since you are only allowed a certain number of friends, you may want to make room for more active players.

Check below the break to see some examples of the different stages of construction.



It looks like this player is just starting out.

It looks like this player is just starting out.

Springfield is developed, and Squidport construction has started.

Springfield is developed, and Squidport construction has started.

…and now Krustyland development has started as well!

…and now Krustyland development has started as well!

Squidport has a few more attractions.

Squidport has a few more attractions.

Krustyland and Squidport are doing quite nicely.

Krustyland and Squidport are doing quite nicely.

All three areas are fully constructed!

All three areas are fully constructed!

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