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  • That's a tough one. Probably my first Christmas event with the snow. It was magical.
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  • The day I had enough bonus multiplier to keep running the Collider and earn enough donuts for all the event premiums.
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  • Tapping gremlins from the 2013 Halloween event. And something something Stonecutters.
  • And Whacking Day.
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  • So many memories that first year I started playing. I got my first IPhone Christmas 2013 and downloaded the game January 2014. I remember it very clearly because I live in the Seattle area and watched the Seahawks win the Super Bowl. During the game I was constantly checking my game to see if my 3 or 4 characters had finished their jobs and earned $50 or whatever it was so I could by a tree or some other decoration. Not long after was the notorious Easter event which I spent $20 (real money) on and got Father Sean. I was so pleased to have a premium character. Then the Stonecutters event after that. The events were just so much fun back then. Sometimes had to wake up in the middle of the night to set my character jobs to make sure I finished the event. It was brutal but looking back on it, it was just so satisfying completing an event.
  • Good memories of the game come from both the Wacking Day and Stonecutters events, not so great from the Easter event that we shall not name.
  • The Stonecutters event is pretty memorable. I still want them to add more characters and more skins from that episode

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    1. Just Stamp the Ticket Guy + his Stonecutter skin
    2. Martin Prince Sr. + his Stonecutter skin
    3. Scott Christian + his Stonecutter skin
    4. Stern Lecture Plumber + his Van & his Stonecutter skin
    5. Joey Crusher + his Stonecutter skin
    6. Steve Gutenberg + his Stonecutter skin
    7. Homer Glumplich
    8. Stonecutter Leopold skin
    9. Stonecutter Dewey Largo skin
    10. Stonecutter Herman skin

    Plus add more Stonecutter tables so they can all sing together

    And make the Egg Council Guy a playable character
  • Here’s another memory, to try to keep the conversation going. I’m sort of a deer hunter (as my name may suggest), but not a great one since I’m out of shape and I can’t sit still long enough to hunt from a blind. We used to set up camp up in the mountains well out of cell phone range and since we hunt in mid-October, I used to miss portions of the Halloween events back when you were only given limited time to finish each Act. One year when I was in better physical shape, I hiked in from a forest road about a mile and set up a blind on the side of the hill. I was way up in the mountains, miles from town and way, way out of cell phone range… or so I thought. I sat it that blind for a couple days bored to death, not seeing anything when suddenly my cell phone started ringing. Everything was so quiet that it scared me half to death. Amazingly I got sporadic cell phone service in that one spot. I even walked out of my blind and walked around and as soon as I got a couple feet away, I lost service. I have no idea how there was service there (must have bounced off a mountain or something) but first thing I did was send a text to my wife. Second thing I did was open up TSTO and play. I got the Bart screen a lot but it worked just well enough to keep up on the Halloween event and made my time sitting in the blind so much more enjoyable. Honestly I might have totally missed deer walking by because I was more interested in the game but I was okay with that.
  • This one is tough, honestly.

    I'd probably say taking part in my first official event, being Homerpalooza.
    Trying to control the horizontal & the vertical. Do not adjust your TV.
  • I quite enjoyed the Destination Springfield event and the forum was a fun place around that time too 😁
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  • I quite enjoyed the Destination Springfield event and the forum was a fun place around that time too 😁

    Getting an airport really made SF a proper town. It had loads of cool items/buildings/characters too.

    But my best memory, like 4Junk's, is when I realised my multiplier number was high enough not to ever have to worry about donuts again.
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  • Years ago during the first Black Friday sale I was donut rich and on vacation in Norway. I’ll never forget buying all the Black Friday stuff while in Norway.
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    This was my first Treehouse of Horror event. I swear, the events since have never been as dark and foggy as this one.
  • My favorite memory is definitely THOH 2013 with the gremlins, followed by the year that THOH had the movie theme (2016 maybe?). Christmas 2013-2015 were also great. Non-holiday events... Stonecutters and Destination Springfield come to mind.

    Really anything before they switched to the generic 4 hour loop format and when there were still interactions with friends.
  • Stonecutter event or the Christmas 2013 event. Memorable times. Also, not an event but another memorable memory from playing TSTO is receiving the Oscar's Obstacles Truck for free by doing a task(?). It was my first cool free item.
  • When EA messed up and made wailing walls able to be purchased with in game cash. Bought a crap load and got my multiplier way up. Was nice until they patched it
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