The rush to build a better Squidport

The Springfield Squidport is taking a very long time to complete. Odds are we’ll see a Christmas update before a majority of people complete their boardwalks. It gets especially hard to wait as the last 30 tiles take 3½ days to complete. This means you’ll only be able to build two tiles a week during that final stretch. Of course you could always spend some donuts to rush a few tile builds, but that can get very expensive, very quickly.

Are you pacing yourself with the tile builds, or are you in a hurry to see a completed Squidport? Has the Krustyland expansion distracted you from focusing on the boardwalk? There is so much to do in the game, and it shows no signs of slowing down.


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4 thoughts on “The rush to build a better Squidport

  1. I have no plans on getting the maximum number of tiles. I completed the Squidport missions, bought enough tiles to give my Squidport a little breathing room, and I plan on buying maybe six extra tiles or so to keep in my inventory in case they release any new Squidport content. Personally, I think any Squidport that is using the maximum number of tiles is just too large.

  2. Not sure if I did something wrong, or if my missions stopped but my Squidport jobs are done. I just finished the code place and set Martin there and that was the last job.Is there more?Havent rushed anything…

    • If you have Dr. Nick there’s another brief quest after that involving Malaria Zone. I think Lisa starts it off and then it’s a joint task between Dr. Nick & Bart (so all 3 need to be free for the quest).

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