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A blog dedicated to the popular mobile game, The Simpsons: Tapped Out
The last six quests require a total of 77,000 tickets to complete. On the bright side after you finish this quest line you can exchange your tickets for cash at the entrance. Why you would want to, I’m not quite sure. It’s a lot easier to come across cash in this game than tickets, and you’re going to need a lot of tickets if you want to buy all of the land expansions in Krustyland. If you haven’t been enjoying this diversion from Springfield, the level 33 update should be arriving sometime later this month.
Comic Book Guy: And now for the final element that every great theme park needs — an attached hotel and convention center.
Krusty: Wait a second. It’s one thing to have to be nice to people all day, but now I have to be nice to them all night too?
Krusty: I’ve done everything you asked. I’’ve built a world-class theme park… and I’ve never been so miserable
Comic Book Guy: Only one thing remains –
Carl: We’d like a room for the night in the Krustyland Hotel, please.
Krusty: Hold on a second!
Krusty: What do you mean, one thing remains? I thought I was done.
Comic Book Guy: Now you simply need to work 24-7 to ensure that Krustyland upholds the high standards I’ve set.
Comic Book Guy: Making sure that each and every guest has a magical stay and leaves completely satisfied.
Lenny: A room, please?
Krusty: SHUT UP!
Krusty: Aw, that’s it. I’m not going to spend my life making other people happy.
Krusty: I’m a clown! I’m in it for the money! Krustyland is going back to the dump it was!
Carl: Excuse me?
Krusty: Here! Take the room.
Krusty: Homer! Hey, Homer! I’m fed up with the quality of your work!
Homer: I thought I was doing a great job!
Krusty: That’s the problem! Krustyland isn’t Disneyland — we’re crap and we’re proud.
Krusty: The only thrill my ancient rides can possibly offer is not knowing if you’ll survive them.
Krusty: If they’re assembled right, with bolts and screws and following instructions, where’s the fun? I need you to do a crappier job!
Krusty: And to help with that, how about we build a new attraction: a “Crappy-Job-Doer-Enabler,” if you will.
Homer: Woo hoo! Beer, here I come!
Krusty: Drink up, pal! That’s the finest beer Duff has to offer… for what I was willing to pay.
Krusty: Which was virtually nothing. I’m saying it’s not good beer. Swill. Really.
Homer: Hmmm… it’s bland, watery, colorless, odorless.
Homer: Just the way a true American likes it!
Homer: Thanks for the too much beer, Bozo. Whaddaya want [hic!] me to build now?
Krusty: Only our most dangerous, intricate, and poorly-designed ride… the Tooth Chipper!
Homer: Okey-doke. Do you have a toolbox or something? If I’m building a rollercoaster, I could use a good sledgehammer.
Krusty: Now, now. If Drunky has a wrench, Drunky might screw the bolts together too tight. And we don’t want that.
Bart: I can’t believe it — the fabled Tooth Chipper. The ride that killed three Presidents… The only coaster designed by a team of serial killers…
Bart: Let me at it!
Krusty: You were right about my park, kid. And if you’re getting on the Chipper… it was nice knowing’ ya!
Bart: See you on the other side!
Krusty: Looks like Krustyland is finally back to her former glory… and posting in the black for a change, too.
Homer: Wait, what am I supposed to do with all these extra Tickets?
Lisa: Dad, didn’t you know you can exchange them at the Krustyland Entrance?
Homer: You mean I can cash this fake virtual money in for real virtual money?!
Homer: Woo Hoo!
Message: You can now exchange your Tickets for Cash at the Krustyland Entrance!