After Homer accidentally caused a meltdown that wiped out Springfield, it was up to you to rebuild it. Now The Simpsons Tapped Out, by EA Games, asks us to prepare for battle with their new Clash of Clones update. You can raise up your army of nerds led by a barbaric Homer to raid your […] The post This. Show More Summary
It's an unholy meeting of free to play titans as the latest update to EA's The Simpsons: Tapped Out [Free] adds a very Clash of Clans-y new multiplayer feature to the game. You're now able to build up an army of troops and raid your neighbors' cities, but you'll also have to keep your own
Tired of just tapping your way through The Simpsons mobile game, creating your own private Springfield, waiting for your energy donuts to replenish? It appears that publisher Electronic Arts has heard your “Doh!” and has created a new bit of … Read more ›
The Simpsons: Tapped Out is taking Clash of Clans head on in its latest update. Now your Springfield citizens can take up bows and swords and raid the cities of your friends similar to the Clash of Clans mechanism. Obviously you'll need to put up your own defenses to keep invaders out as well. Show More Summary
Look, the idea of "standby time" is a joke. You're not waiting to take calls on your iPhone, you're using it constantly—for Twitter, for Facebook, to play Simpsons Tapped Out. Your iPhone is not going to make it through the day. YouShow More Summary
Industry veteran Aaron Loeb (Simpsons: Tapped Out, Giants: Citizen Kabuto) has signed on with free-to-play game company Kabam to help manage its operations in San Francisco and Vancouver....
While it’s hardly news when a new character joins Springfield’s burgeoning population, as new characters provide grist for the 25-year-old show’s eternally-churning mill, last week marked the first time a new Simpsons character has debuted without actually appearing on the show. Show More Summary
The Simpsons has a history of making history and, last week, it quietly did it again. In a world populated with hundreds of recognizable characters, the franchise introduced a brand new one. Not on TV, but in the popular mobile game The Simpsons Tapped Out. Show More Summary
"Most free-to-play games on mobile sell premium currency: gems in Clash of Clans, donuts in Simpsons Tapped Out. I analyzed how 32 games on the App Store sell their premium currency."...
One of the cool things about the era of over-the-air updates is that developers can add tweaks and features specific to certain times of the year, without having to build them in from the start. That’s what EA’s The Simpsons: … Read more ›
It's hard to believe that EA's The Simpsons: Tapped Out [Free] has been on the App Store for more than two years, but as of this past March 1st, that is indeed the case. During that time the game has consistently been in the top charts, especially the top grossing chart. While there isn't a
After initially launching last week, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is now available to download on Android. Giggity Giggity Goo! The game will be instantly familiar to anyone who ever played The Simpsons: Tapped Out, and to fans of the show. Show More Summary
The success of The Simpsons: Tapped Out meant that it was only ever going to be a limited amount of time before Family Guy got similar mobile game treatment. First announced back in December, today marks the arrival of Family … Read more ›
We first reviewed Godville [Free] not long after it was released in mid-2010 and it instantly clicked with me. People love making comparisons to free to play games like The Simpsons: Tapped Out [Free] to virtual ant farms, as they require very little interaction and basically just exist as a virtual world to amuse you
The Simpsons: Tapped Out [Free] for better or for worse has basically become one of the biggest games on the App Store. I've never been able to get in to it despite loving The Simpsons as it seems like the most free to play-y of free to play games, but I'm totally willing to give
On April 10th, mobile gamers will be able to build their own Quahog and collect stuff in it, as Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff appears ripe for cashing in on love for The Simpsons: Tapped Out....
Family Guy is getting its own version of EA's mega-successful money-spinner Simpsons: Tapped Out. Free-to-play and funded by microtransactions, Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff will see you rebuilding the show's home city of Quahog after a handy but devastating explosion. Show More Summary
With The Simpsons faring pretty well with its iOS hit, The Simpsons: Tapped Out, Fox is hoping to duplicate that same success with another of its Sunday night staples: Family Guy. Fox and developer TinyCo have announced that Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff will hit iOS on April 10.
The Simpsons: Tapped Out [Free] is pretty big in the App Store, to say the least. It’s been sitting there, on the top grossing charts essentially since release, so of course FOX wants to duplicate that success with other hot IP of theirs. We’ve covered in the past the fact that Family Guy: The Quest
FOX and TinyCo, the developer behind The Simpsons: Tapped Out, have announced that their new Family Guy mobile game will be headed to the App Store from April 10. MacRumors reports that the official name and release date of the title were unveiled at a launch event in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.