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A blog dedicated to the popular mobile game, The Simpsons: Tapped Out
Even if you didn’t purchase Kamp Bart, you are still given a quest the leads-in to it. Should you decide to purchase it, you will get the only costume available for Bart so far. The asking price of 200 donuts is incredibly steep, and judging by a your responses this piece of content wasn’t a particularly attractive purchase.
Timing wise, it really clashed with the “Rod and Todd” and “Bread and Putter” story lines that were also released at this time. By releasing all of these quests focusing on the children of Springfield at once, it made things a bit disjointed. Even as a stand-alone quest, Kamp Bart wasn’t particularly interesting. Perhaps you’ll have a different take after reading the dialogue presented in this walkthrough.
|60m||$105||26||Take over Kamp Krusty||Kamp Krusty|
|4h||$260||70||Go on a Rampage||–||8h||$420||105||Burn Krusty Effigy||Kamp Krusty|
|12h||$600||150||Roast Marshmallows||Kamp Krusty||24h||$1,000||225||Spend the Night at Kamp Krusty||Kamp Krusty|
Marge: Bart drew magic marker tattoos on all of Lisa’s Malibu Stacys.
Homer: Heh, heh, that’s a good one.
Homer: I mean, that’s a good one to remember the next time we rat Bart out to his therapist.
Marge: It’s summer and he’s bored. We have to find him something to stimulate his mind and channel his energy.
Homer: I know the perfect place!
Grampa: I heard you’re going to spend the day here so I thought I’d show you my extensive button collection. This shiny one came off the uniform of a Nazi general.
Bart: That’s a nickel.
Grampa: Wha? So it is. Well, that’s the whole collection.
Bart: Now what’ll we do?
Grampa: I know! I’ll show you my extensive button collection!
Bart: Homer, I know that parenting isn’t your “thing”, so I took the liberty of making summer arrangements for me and Lisa at Kamp Krusty. Here’s the info.
Homer: My God, what a glossy brochure! I can’t afford a camp that uses this kind of paper stock!
Bart: Relax, I convinced them that we were really poor so they gave me financial aid.
Homer: How’d you do that?
Bart: Showed ‘em your paycheck.
Bart: We’ll be back in six weeks with sunburns, leather tooling skills and a slew of new curse words!
Milhouse: Hey Bart, looks like we’re cabinmates!
Kamp Bart: More like condemned building-mates. I can’t believe they expect us to sleep in this.
Lisa: There are no beds so stake out a spot on the floor. Hurry or you’ll end up on a crack
Kamp Bart: What are you doing here? This is the boy’s cabin.
Lisa: There’s only one cabin and it’s for boys and girls. And raccoons — a mother and five kits. Sooo cute. But also super vicious.
Kamp Bart: They’re in our cabin?
Lisa: In the bathroom. So if you have to go, go outside… where there are bears. Goodnight. Hope we make it to the morning.
Lisa: “Dear Mom and Dad, We are staging a revolt against the oppressive counselors, staff and masked wild animals of Kamp Krusty. I never thought I would say this but Bart is our leader.
Lisa: Kamp Krusty is a labor camp. We are forced to make myPhone cases and are fed only gruel and off-brand cereal.
Lisa: Fortunately Bart had hidden a cache of cherry bombs and silly string somewhere on his body. I don’t like to think where, but he has a lot of stuff. Like, a lot. Ew.
Lisa: Today we rise up. We stand behind our leader, Bart. And though we make rabbit ears behind his head, we shall follow him to the end. Pray that we prevail.
Lisa: Also, please send conditioner. The kind they use here makes my head itch. Love, Lisa.”
Milhouse: Sir, the last of our enemy has fallen! Well, actually he left in a cab. But on his way to the cab he fell, so…
Kamp Bart: There must be a shorter version of this.
Milhouse: Right. Sir, Kamp Krusty… is ours.
Kamp Bart: Yes! And it only took twenty minutes! That must be a revolution record! I can actually feel the power going to my head!
Kamp Bart: You can stop hiding in that duffle bag now, Martin.
Martin: Sorry I didn’t join in the overthrow. It was partly because my mom would kill me, but mainly it was because I’m a coward.
Kamp Bart: Relax nerd, we need you to set up the internet.
Martin: You mean, there’s a place in your Kamp for me? Even though I’m craven?
Kamp Bart: Whoa Dude — didn’t ask, don’t tell.
Krusty: What do you see, Chief? And you know, maybe next time bring enough binoculars for both of us.
Wiggum: I just see a bunch of kids milling around.
Krusty: They’re sitting ducks! Quick! What are your carpet bombing capabilities?
Wiggum: Wait, they’re bringing out a giant… doll, I think. It looks just like you…
Krusty: A Krusty doll? Aw, they’re fans! All I have to do is sign a few autographs and they’ll stop their whining. Gimme the binoculars, I wanna see them play with my doll.
Krusty: Ay Karumba! They hate me!
Wiggum: Not all of them! Someone pulled the effigy down and he’s stomping out the fire.
Wiggum: Now everyone is stomping out the fire. Now they’re spitting out the fire, tearing the fire to pieces…
Krusty: Just stop describing!
Kent Brockman: This is Kent Brockman LIVE outside Kamp Krusty, currently in hands of revolutionaries who have dubbed it… Kamp Bart. Apparently going with the first name they thought of.
Kent Brockman: The dissidents, mostly children, were armed with stink bombs, rocks and a dried up, dead toad with which they threatened to touch people with.
Kent Brockman: I asked their charismatic leader, Bart Simpson, for an interview. He replied, quote, bring a ton of pizzas and an R rated movie, unquote. I agreed to those terms.
Kent Brockman: Hello Bart, would you like to do the interview in your cabin or do a walk and talk by the lake?
Kent Brockman: I‘ll need to know ahead of time so I can adjust my make-up.
Kamp Bart: I’m going for a swim, if you want to interview me you’re gonna have to jump in the lake.
Kent Brockman: But… my hair… I didn’t shelll out for waterproof! Fine. But keep the camera in close. And don’t show my calves, I hate them.
Kent Brockman: Bart, we’ve talked about videos games and what foods you think are gross, but I still don’t know one thing: What is it that you and your followers want?
Kamp Bart: Hmmm, good question. Originally we just wanted blankets and to not work sixteen hours a day. We got that, so… I dunno. What do you have?
Kent Brockman: You have to want something. Otherwise you’re rioting for the sake of rioting.
Kamp Bart: Rioting for the sake of rioting — that sounds good. That’s what we want. We want the right to riot! Thanks for the great idea, Kent.
Kent Brockman: This is Kent Brockman, once again, inadvertently affecting the story.
Kamp Bart: My fellow Kampers! We have stood up and let it be known that we have something say!
Kamp Bart: And now that all the eyes of the world are upon us, what shall we do?
Kamp Bart: Moon the world! Now chant with me…
Kamp Bart: Eat our shorts! Eat our shorts!
Quimby: Listen up, clown. This situation has become officially unignorable.
Quimby: Voters in this town do not like turning on the news and seeing the bare bottoms of a bunch of unruly kids.
Quimby: I don’t care how you do it, but you better fix this! Fix it like all of my elections!
Krusty: Hey hey, kids!
Kamp Bart: What are you doing here? This is Kamp Bart now. So why don’t you sign my Krusty the Klown backpack and get the hell out!
Krusty: Look I understand why you kids are mad at me. This camp ruined your summer vacation, that’s why I want to make it up to you.
Krusty: I’m taking all of you to Euro-Krustyland!
Lisa: Omigod! In Paris?!
Krusty: Uh… yeah, sure. BUT, Euro-Krustyland is so small and quaint and self-contained it almost seems like you’re on a carefully dressed soundstage!
Kamp Bart: That sounds cool! Thank you, Krusty!
Krusty: Don’t mention it. Now, everyone take a Krusty chewable “vitamin” that’ll make you sleep through the plane ride. And when you wake up, Voila, you’ll be there!
Kamp Bart: Wow, Euro-Krusty was so… intense.
Lisa: The colors were so vivid.
Milhouse: The food was sooo delicious.
Krusty: Yeah, now everyone take another “vitamin” and we’ll fly you home and you’ll wake up in the parking lot of Channel 6 where you will once again be your parents’ problem.