During this set of quests you’ll unlock Sideshow You, a game you can play every 8h for a chance to earn more tickets. After you build the Gift Shop you’ll have four more quest to complete before the next big build which requires you to build Radioactive Man: The Ride, which costs 2500 tickets. Thankfully a few more characters are allowed into the park which always helps when you’re trying to accumulate more tickets.
The Krusty-est Place On Earth Pt. 15
Place Sideshow You
Homer: Hey, I think this Ring Toss game is RIGGED!
Krusty: I’ve told you that a hundred times! Look, forget it. From now on, no more cheating our schmucks. I mean, our “valued customers”.
Krusty: Though it makes my pancake makeup-caked skin crawl to say it, let’s build a game that isn’t rigged. A real people-pleaser.
Krusty: Now any jerk — I mean, “respected patron” — can waltz in and get free Tickets.
Homer: Don’t mind if I do!
Message: You can now play the Balloon Pop game for free Tickets!
Message: Just tap on Sideshow You and get popping!
Message: Comic Book Guy will now appear in Krustyland when he’s not doing jobs in Springfield!
The Krusty-est Place On Earth Pt. 16
Reach Level 23 and Build the Gift Shop
Comic Book Guy: Excuse me? I wish to commemorate my visit here by purchasing Krustyland collectibles. Where are they for sale?
Krusty: Uh, nowhere. I’m trying this new thing where I treat my customers good. And everyone knows collectibles are a huge rip-off, right?
Comic Book Guy: On the contrary. With the rise of the modern nerd, limited-edition plastic crap is now a safer investment than gold.
Comic Book Guy: I have a mint-in-box vinyl-caped Jawa that is worth more than Delaware.
Comic Book Guy: Besides, shopping is all this country is good at anymore. Might as well play to our strengths.
Krusty: One shop, coming up!
The Krusty-est Place On Earth Pt. 17
Make Comic Book Guy Visit the Gift Shop
Krusty: Hey, you seem to know a lot about theme parks. You want to help me make Krustyland the best it can be?
Comic Book Guy: Not now, I’m shopping for toys.
Krusty: Right. But I’m offering you a highly-paid–
Comic Book Guy: SHOPPING!
The Krusty-est Place On Earth Pt. 18
Place Garbage Bins (x3)
Krusty: Uhh, these people are pigs! There’s trash all over the place!
Lisa: Maybe we should build some garbage cans. And a recycling station, so people can also reduce their carbon footprints.
Krusty: Recycling? Isn’t that what you do to jokes, gags and bits?
Lisa: You can also do it to trash.
Krusty: Sounds expensive. Let’s stick with the garbage cans.
Message: Wiggum, Moleman and Squeaky-Voice Teen will now appear in Krustyland when they’re not doing jobs in Springfield!
The Krusty-est Place On Earth Pt. 19
Make Wiggum Collect Krustyland Bribes
Wiggum: Hold on just a second there, Krusty.
Wiggum: I’m here to inspect your rides. And if I know Krustyland, they’re not going to be up to snuff.
Wiggum: I just hope SOMEONE doesn’t leave an envelope of money lying around, where it easilty could bribe me.
Krusty: Actually, Chief, the fella who rebuilt all my rides did a great job. It feels weird to say this, but I think my park is legal.
Wiggum: Oh. Well, that stinks. What’s the point in having lawmen if they’re not out there on the street collecting bribes.
Krusty: If you like, I could fake-bribe you with near-worthless park tickets.
Wiggum: Gee, would ya? That’d be swell.
The Krusty-est Place On Earth Pt. 20
Make Wiggum Eat at Krustyland Burger
Make Wiggum Take Part in a Sing-Along
Wiggum: So, I can spend these tickets anywhere in Krustyland, right?
Krusty: Anywhere at all! Blackout dates apply, some attractions excluded, prices subject to the whims of an oft-drunk clown.
Wiggum: Sounds great!
The Krusty-est Place On Earth Pt. 21
Reach Level 24 and Build Radioactive Man: The Ride
Krusty: Listen, Comic Book Guy. You know theme parks. How would you rate mine?
Comic Book Guy: I absolutely love it. One-and-a-half stars.
Krusty: Yikes. That’s kinda harsh.
Comic Book Guy: Well, your rides are dated. They move too much.
Comic Book Guy: A truly first-rate modern ride is where you sit in a fake car and watch a 3-D movie that almost convinces you you’re moving in real life.
Krusty: That’s moronic!
Comic Book Guy: Also, you need to have a tie-in to a successful movie. Or, as a last resort, a long-running primetime animated TV show.
Krusty: But what money-grubbing TV cartoon would be desperate enough to lend its good name to a ride where you only pretend to be on a ride?
Comic Book Guy: A good point. Surely that would never happen. Well, we can always try for a movie tie-in.
Continues with The Krusty-est Place On Earth Pt. 22 – 28