If you purchase this building for 90 dounts you will unlock Jub-Jub. It unlocks a very short quest for Selma, as well as one of her permanent tasks.
Interestingly enough, this is the second time the game has used the Shakespeare play “Much Ado About Nothing” as a pun in the game. If you recall, you can build “Much Ado About Muffins” on the Springfield Squidport. I guess the developers of the game really like that play, or perhaps its latest film adaption.
Here is the splash you’ll see when you sign-in. Enjoy the two free donuts.
For the main quest line you will need to keep the following characters free: Homer, Marge, Patty, Selma. It is not until the third part of the quest line, “Up In Smoke”, that you will also need to keep Quimby, Herman, and Wiggum free for some tasks. This information could prove useful for those still trying to balance characters between Springfield and Krustyland.
If you want to know more about Jub-Jub, please see this post which elaborates further on this new and unique character.
Patty & Selma are two separate characters, each with their own set of jobs. They have six jobs each, three of which are unique to each sister, and three of which they share.
Include here are the unabridged walkthroughs for all of the quests that have been added to this update.
|Name||Cost||Build Time||Unlocks After|
|Spinster City Apartments||$391,500||1d 12h||–|
|DMV||$240,000||24h||Completion of “For the Love of Marge Pt. 4″||Stu’s Disco||180 donuts||6s||–||Springfield Pet Shop||90 donuts||6s||-|
|Popscile Stick Patty & Selma||$8,300||Reach level 35||Improves your Vanity rating.|
|Popscile Stick Disco Stu||$8,300||Reach level 35||Improves your Vanity rating.||DMV Limo||50 donuts||–||2.25% bonus money and XP to all Jobs.|
If you decide to purchase the Springfield Pet Shop (which cost 90 donuts) you’ll also unlock Jub-Jub. One would think that being a pet, Jub-Jub would just be another non-playable character like Santa’s Little Helper, but you would be wrong.
Jub-Jub is a playable character, though he only has one task, “Tongue Flick”. If you select this task Jub-Jub will stay frozen in place for twelve-hours and flick his tongue, otherwise he’ll just walk around your town. Additionally, having Jub-Jub in your town does unlock a six-hour task for Selma, should you decide to purchase the Springfield Pet Shop.
Jub-Jub only knows how to do one thing, but he does it well.
If you decided to purchase Stu’s Disco (which cost 180 donuts), you’ll also unlock Disco Stu. In addition to Patty and Selma, Disco Stu was one of the most oft requested characters. In case you were wondering, yes, he is voiced. “Disco Stu, likes disco music.” is just one of the things you’ll hear when you tap on him. If you are a fan of this character, that voice-clip alone might be reason enough to spend your donuts adding him to your town.
Even when not on a task, the way he struts down the street is pretty awesome. There is even a quest in his story line where every character in town can be sent to Stu’s Disco. If you thought The Frying Dutchman had a lot of customers, just wait until this task completes.
This eleven-part quest is all about tobacco. If you have young children who play this game you may want to supervise them, as this part of the quest line in particular deals with more adult subject matter than most. Aside from just the tobacco references, there are also lines of dialogue that imply sexual activity, as well the opportunistic selling of contraband products.
Of course, this doesn’t have to be a negative. You could use this as an opportunity to teach your children about some American history. This quest line does sort-of parody the Eighteenth Amendment, which was later repealed fourteen years later with the Twenty-first Amendment.
Sure, it’s rather condensed and comical, but Homer does manages to instate and repeal the ban on tobacco in less than two days.
The first part of the story focused on home, this part of the story focuses on work. The third part of the story focuses on pleasure, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves.
The Spinster City Apartment isn’t the only building added in this update, we also get the DMV. After all, what would a Patty and Selma update be without a place for them to
work relish in the misery of others? This building isn’t as expensive as the apartment building, government subsidies and all, but it’ll still set you back $240,000 in fake-money. As Homer points out, no one drives in this town anyway, but I guess you still need a license if you want to use your vehicle as a lawn decoration.
The Level 35 update is live, and it brings with it two of the most requested characters, the Bouvier sisters, Patty and Selma. A general post going over all of the additions will be added later today, but I wanted to get a jump on the walkthroughs first. For now, the spoiler post from yesterday will have to suffice.
There are three story lines in this update, the first is “For the Love of Marge” which is a four-part quest. The second is “Career Aspirations” which is a five-part quest. The third and final part of this update is an eleven-part quest titled “Up In Smoke“. Once those are complete, you’ll have to wait until the next update if you want any new quests. That is of course unless you decide to purchase Disco Stu!
It looks as though TSTO News has found out what new content is going to be added to the game, most likely tomorrow. Now many of you had said that you’re enjoying the game without peeking behind the curtain, but for those of you do, here is a little taste of what’s to come. If you’ve visit any other site, you probably know what’s coming by now.
For my readers who would rather not be spoiled, don’t read any information after the break. It’s my way of putting up one last roadblock between you and information that would spoil the surprise of the next update.