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The best item in the entire game is coming back for 50 Donuts.

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  • Wiredup11 wrote: »
    evant13579 wrote: »
    what is the point of filling your springfield with a bunch of wailing walls when you dont need them, the cash, or the bonuts? once you have such a high multiplier there is no challenge left in the game...if you have 100,000+ donuts already, what is the point of wasting your time grinding? might as well just save yourself time and be one of they guys who uses the unlimited donut hack
    Some people are completionists, others enjoy the grind. People enjoy the game in different ways. I grind a decent amount but when I feel like my Springfield gets too slow/the grind is getting intensive I just cut it out for a while. I like having the donuts so I can buy about whatever I want.

    Unlimited donuts is all reward, no effort. Doesn't really give the feeling of having a high amount of donuts made by your own effort.

    50 Donuts for one of the items or do they come in bundles? Either way, that building is overloaded in both % and $ output. It could use a rework.
    evant13579 wrote: »
    level 939 came after wailing walls were last offered, the fact that he admitted he already has 7000 wailing walls means he is where he is by ill gotten means not something that would be fixing upping the XP requirement for all of us
    He's saying he has 7000 donuts.

    You just confirmed what I said, but may have missed my point. He was talking about grinding 100+ hours just to buy a bunch of wailing walls.

    If he can already generate that many donuts, what is the point of buying a bunch of wailing walls? How is that being a completionist? A completionists likely wouldn't have the space for that many wailing walls anyway.

    If he only has 7000 donuts at the moment, and is saying he can generate 1000 donuts/hour,he has not gotten in a position to do that legitimately.

    This was a pointless brag thread of somebody playing the game illegitimately who I suppose also wanted to let us know he has a lot of free time on his hands.
  • josebot533 wrote: »

    So EA doesn't care that you've spent millions of donuts to get a 5500% and not given a cent? Then rub it in their faces by posting that you can make a 1000 donuts an hour?

    No they don't .... Same way they don't care about KEM farming.

    What makes you assume I haven't spent a cent on this game???? I no longer spend money, I have previously spent between 2-300$ on this game.
  • evant13579 wrote: »

    You just confirmed what I said, but may have missed my point. He was talking about grinding 100+ hours just to buy a bunch of wailing walls.

    If he only has 7000 donuts at the moment, and is saying he can generate 1000 donuts/hour,he has not gotten in a position to do that legitimately.

    This was a pointless brag thread of somebody playing the game illegitimately who I suppose also wanted to let us know he has a lot of free time on his hands.

    I have played this game for over 3 years who are you to say I have not gotten to this point legitamitel. I understand this game inside out. Give me a brand new account and 1000$ In donuts and I can build you an account like mine
    In about 3 months.
  • josebot533 wrote: »

    So EA doesn't care that you've spent millions of donuts to get a 5500% and not given a cent? Then rub it in their faces by posting that you can make a 1000 donuts an hour?

    No they don't .... Same way they don't care about KEM farming.

    What makes you assume I haven't spent a cent on this game???? I no longer spend money, I have previously spent between 2-300$ on this game.

    With 300 dollars you were able to turn that into a 1000 donuts an hour multiplier? I've spent a good chunk and am able to get maybe 30 a day.
  • josebot533 wrote: »
    With 300 dollars you were able to turn that into a 1000 donuts an hour multiplier? I've spent a good chunk and am able to get maybe 30 a day.

    All you need is a big house farm (or large source of income like wailing walls) and a high multiplier. Once you have a multiplier over 1000% you'll realize you make more money than you spend on KEMs, so you just keep building your house farm, and then you get more money, so you can buy more KEMs, and the process just repeats.
  • Wiredup11
    338 posts Member
    edited October 2016
    evant13579 wrote: »
    You just confirmed what I said, but may have missed my point. He was talking about grinding 100+ hours just to buy a bunch of wailing walls.

    If he can already generate that many donuts, what is the point of buying a bunch of wailing walls? How is that being a completionist? A completionists likely wouldn't have the space for that many wailing walls anyway.
    I didn't miss your point. I included a part saying that others enjoy the grind. OP already said he sets his own goals, like we all do.
    evant13579 wrote: »
    If he only has 7000 donuts at the moment, and is saying he can generate 1000 donuts/hour,he has not gotten in a position to do that legitimately.
    You can't know that. I can see why you'd think that because many people who actively browse this forum take advantage of the game, myself included.
    evant13579 wrote: »
    This was a pointless brag thread of somebody playing the game illegitimately who I suppose also wanted to let us know he has a lot of free time on his hands.
    Thread title is ambiguous at best and imo this isn't a brag thread. Some people made it out to be one after josebot 'asked' a question which OP gave an answer to, which led to people assuming OPs method of play is unfair and they are getting catty about it.

    OP put in the work and is reaping the benefits.

    This thread is getting off-topic and I fear for its future.
  • What is it?
    It's the Wailing Wall. A wall with a $300, 30xp/12hr payout and a 2.25% multiplier.
  • evant13579
    645 posts Member
    edited October 2016
    thejanik3 wrote: »
    josebot533 wrote: »
    With 300 dollars you were able to turn that into a 1000 donuts an hour multiplier? I've spent a good chunk and am able to get maybe 30 a day.

    All you need is a big house farm (or large source of income like wailing walls) and a high multiplier. Once you have a multiplier over 1000% you'll realize you make more money than you spend on KEMs, so you just keep building your house farm, and then you get more money, so you can buy more KEMs, and the process just repeats.

    Right, all you need is a house farm and multiplier of thousands of percent and your entire game covered in KEM's and houses lol. If the OP spent thousands of dollars on this game just to buy a bunch of jet bikes and house farm and have no room to place anything he is buying with those donuts, then I am mistaken lol. I have strong suspicion there were other forces at work here though
  • mwdalton
    11545 posts Member
    edited October 2016
    I don't think I've been that dedicated to anything in my life. You do you, Jabba :)
  • You hot nut! Have you considered branching out into candy crush, or would you just crush that candy to pieces like if Superman got it on with Lois Lane? Maybe it's best to show mercy to the Candy by not sending you over to that game at all. Anyway, it's usually a nice chuckle to see what you're up to each week.
  • evant13579 wrote: »
    thejanik3 wrote: »
    josebot533 wrote: »
    With 300 dollars you were able to turn that into a 1000 donuts an hour multiplier? I've spent a good chunk and am able to get maybe 30 a day.

    All you need is a big house farm (or large source of income like wailing walls) and a high multiplier. Once you have a multiplier over 1000% you'll realize you make more money than you spend on KEMs, so you just keep building your house farm, and then you get more money, so you can buy more KEMs, and the process just repeats.

    Right, all you need is a house farm and multiplier of thousands of percent and your entire game covered in KEM's and houses lol. If the OP spent thousands of dollars on this game just to buy a bunch of jet bikes and house farm and have no room to place anything he is buying with those donuts, then I am mistaken lol. I have strong suspicion there were other forces at work here though

    Jabba's town blew my mind when I first visited. He is the Monsanto... err... Monsarno of house farming. You may want to send a friend request. Not so much pretty, but impressive when the engine is running. His dedication to the cause may change your perspective.
  • evant13579
    645 posts Member
    edited October 2016
    evant13579 wrote: »
    thejanik3 wrote: »
    josebot533 wrote: »
    With 300 dollars you were able to turn that into a 1000 donuts an hour multiplier? I've spent a good chunk and am able to get maybe 30 a day.

    All you need is a big house farm (or large source of income like wailing walls) and a high multiplier. Once you have a multiplier over 1000% you'll realize you make more money than you spend on KEMs, so you just keep building your house farm, and then you get more money, so you can buy more KEMs, and the process just repeats.

    Right, all you need is a house farm and multiplier of thousands of percent and your entire game covered in KEM's and houses lol. If the OP spent thousands of dollars on this game just to buy a bunch of jet bikes and house farm and have no room to place anything he is buying with those donuts, then I am mistaken lol. I have strong suspicion there were other forces at work here though

    Jabba's town blew my mind when I first visited. He is the Monsanto... err... Monsarno of house farming. You may want to send a friend request. Not so much pretty, but impressive when the engine is running. His dedication to the cause may change your perspective.
    a massive house farm is nothing impressive in my book
  • Jabba plays this game a bit differently than the most of us. I take his comments as he's excited for an upcoming opportunity to enhance his gameplay and is sharing strategy. I won't be doing things nearly to his scale, but appreciate a good tip. Thanks Jabba.
    DeesToonTown in Crawl to the Finish #The Grumple Is Free!
  • You hot nut! Have you considered branching out into candy crush, or would you just crush that candy to pieces like if Superman got it on with Lois Lane? Maybe it's best to show mercy to the Candy by not sending you over to that game at all. Anyway, it's usually a nice chuckle to see what you're up to each week.

    My first "addicted" game was Mafia Wars. I had to go cold turkey on that one. I dropped Tapped out for six months at one point. But my tapped out play us very much under control these days.
  • You hot nut! Have you considered branching out into candy crush, or would you just crush that candy to pieces like if Superman got it on with Lois Lane? Maybe it's best to show mercy to the Candy by not sending you over to that game at all. Anyway, it's usually a nice chuckle to see what you're up to each week.

    My first "addicted" game was Mafia Wars. I had to go cold turkey on that one. I dropped Tapped out for six months at one point. But my tapped out play us very much under control these days.

    1000 donuts an hour sounds like it's not under control.
  • evant13579 wrote: »
    thejanik3 wrote: »
    josebot533 wrote: »
    With 300 dollars you were able to turn that into a 1000 donuts an hour multiplier? I've spent a good chunk and am able to get maybe 30 a day.

    All you need is a big house farm (or large source of income like wailing walls) and a high multiplier. Once you have a multiplier over 1000% you'll realize you make more money than you spend on KEMs, so you just keep building your house farm, and then you get more money, so you can buy more KEMs, and the process just repeats.

    Right, all you need is a house farm and multiplier of thousands of percent and your entire game covered in KEM's and houses lol. If the OP spent thousands of dollars on this game just to buy a bunch of jet bikes and house farm and have no room to place anything he is buying with those donuts, then I am mistaken lol. I have strong suspicion there were other forces at work here though

    It's very clear you have no understanding of how you can leverage aspects of the game to work in your favor. It's not hard just very time consuming.
    There is a specific point where you start to make massive gains very quickly. It's also not particularly difficulty to get to this point with efficient gameplay.

    Regarding spending a few hundred this was in response to be called out for spending not one cent on the game.

  • In all seriousness, how long do you play a day and what is your multiplier?
  • meinaz
    5440 posts Member
    I look forward to seeing the new addition to your town. :grin: I have no desire to put in the effort on farming that you do, but I am interested to see how it works out for you.
  • evant13579
    645 posts Member
    edited October 2016
    evant13579 wrote: »
    thejanik3 wrote: »
    josebot533 wrote: »
    With 300 dollars you were able to turn that into a 1000 donuts an hour multiplier? I've spent a good chunk and am able to get maybe 30 a day.

    All you need is a big house farm (or large source of income like wailing walls) and a high multiplier. Once you have a multiplier over 1000% you'll realize you make more money than you spend on KEMs, so you just keep building your house farm, and then you get more money, so you can buy more KEMs, and the process just repeats.

    Right, all you need is a house farm and multiplier of thousands of percent and your entire game covered in KEM's and houses lol. If the OP spent thousands of dollars on this game just to buy a bunch of jet bikes and house farm and have no room to place anything he is buying with those donuts, then I am mistaken lol. I have strong suspicion there were other forces at work here though

    It's very clear you have no understanding of how you can leverage aspects of the game to work in your favor. It's not hard just very time consuming.
    There is a specific point where you start to make massive gains very quickly. It's also not particularly difficulty to get to this point with efficient gameplay.

    Regarding spending a few hundred this was in response to be called out for spending not one cent on the game.

    All my comments still stand. I very clearly get what you are doing, nobody here doesnt get what you are doing, but if you are just playing this game to maintain a house farm I do not think anybody is impressed. Most find that sort of game play to be quite dull. Might as well just download a game where you just click a dot on a screen over and over and over.
  • simp7fan
    4163 posts Member
    To be fair, some people like games where all they do is manage text! At least he's got things to tap on in this game. I don't really see the point in being this hardcore...and I see the point even less in sharing it so publicly. When OP said "give me a brand new game and $1000 in donuts"...then I see he also said he's only spent like $300 on donuts... Okay, those don't go together. That's part of the problem with this thread. That's the reason it's not as cool and more of a brag, like some have said. Sorry, OP.
    Here is my signature. Or maybe it's not.
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