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

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  • simp7fan wrote: »
    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.

    How do they not go together? Jabba patiently spent three years and $300 to get his town to where it is, but if you wanted the process sped up to about 3 months, Jabba would need more money/donuts.

  • The Wailing Wall!

    This item is awesome, it pays cash and it increases your multiplier.
  • simp7fan wrote: »
    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.

    Agree. House farming has been gone for a while now, some still reap its rewards. But who spends hundreds of dollars on this game just to farm? There are many inconsistencies in his story, and I do not think bragging about spending 100+ hours to generate massive amounts of unnecessary donuts from house and XP farming impresses anybody here. I am not sure what sort of reaction he was expecting...when youve made your springfield so easy that you can generate donuts as easy as some generate cash, you lose the right to brag about donuts.
  • BlackFloppyDisk
    771 posts Member
    edited October 2016
    josebot533 wrote: »
    You have 125 k donuts? Do you not have a life?

    Currently have 7000 LOL ... I can do 1000+ an hour so 100+ hours of grinding. Hmmmm

    Based on my current cash generation, I can farm 500 donuts a day using rat trap trucks only, I could probably double that if I used KEM stores instead.

    Jabba, you are are da man, just don't ever contact EA for tech support, the "specialist" will take 1 look at your town and real money purchases, accuse you of using a third party mod, and refuse to help you. It happened to me, I wanted to explain it to the "specialist", but I wasn't allowed to talk to the specialist directly. You are guilty until proven innocent.
  • simp7fan wrote: »
    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.

    The difference that your missing here is I didnt buy my multipliers ... I have been playing for over 3 years and in that time spent 300$ on the game, I only mentioned this as I was attacked with the comment I spent not one cent on the game. In order to replicate what I have been done in a short period like 3 months I would also need to spend about 1000$ in donuts.
  • evant13579 wrote: »
    simp7fan wrote: »
    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.

    Agree. House farming has been gone for a while now, some still reap its rewards. But who spends hundreds of dollars on this game just to farm? There are many inconsistencies in his story, and I do not think bragging about spending 100+ hours to generate massive amounts of unnecessary donuts from house and XP farming impresses anybody here. I am not sure what sort of reaction he was expecting...when youve made your springfield so easy that you can generate donuts as easy as some generate cash, you lose the right to brag about donuts.

    Just because you dont understand the dynamics of the game correctly does not mean that there are inconsistencies in my story as you put it. Seems to me like you are trying to find holes in my story. As you can tell by others who have posted in my defense they know my town and the work I have put in in order to build my town to where it is at this time.
  • 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.

    The good thing about Jabba's town is that there will always be something for you to tap, even if you are the 100th neighbor to visit Jabba on any particular day. LOL.
  • evant13579
    645 posts Member
    edited October 2016
    evant13579 wrote: »
    simp7fan wrote: »
    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.

    Agree. House farming has been gone for a while now, some still reap its rewards. But who spends hundreds of dollars on this game just to farm? There are many inconsistencies in his story, and I do not think bragging about spending 100+ hours to generate massive amounts of unnecessary donuts from house and XP farming impresses anybody here. I am not sure what sort of reaction he was expecting...when youve made your springfield so easy that you can generate donuts as easy as some generate cash, you lose the right to brag about donuts.

    Just because you dont understand the dynamics of the game correctly does not mean that there are inconsistencies in my story as you put it. Seems to me like you are trying to find holes in my story. As you can tell by others who have posted in my defense they know my town and the work I have put in in order to build my town to where it is at this time.

    I understand the dynamics (likely to a much higher degree than you), and have already addressed this in multiple posts. I never had any doubts you have a house farm in your town, that was never in question. The inconsistencies were not even just about game play, but even things as simple as how much cash you have supposedly put into your farm. If you are just playing the game to click on a house farm you are doing a bang up job :) However, I doubt you will impress many here with you bragging about your house farm, might want to keep your ego in check.
  • evant13579 wrote: »

    I understand the dynamics, and have already addressed this in multiple posts. I never had any doubts your have a house farm in your town, that was never in question.

    If you do understand why are you still trying to imply that I am a cheat. I dont appreciate it.

  • meinaz wrote: »
    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.

    Agreed :) my zen in the game is decorating, jabba's is baking :wink:
    Nothing as loud as the silentmiaow.
  • meinaz wrote: »
    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.

    Agreed :) my zen in the game is decorating, jabba's is baking :wink:
    Well said!! Now if we are done arguing about the best/only way to play the game, I would like to add that the wailing walls are not only a great payout in $ and XP.. .they fit perfectly next to -almost underneath the monorail tracks.
    DeesToonTown in Crawl to the Finish #The Grumple Is Free!
  • monduboiss937
    148 posts Member
    edited October 2016
    Chill out guys. It's a game. Some people enjoys designing, some people enjoys the grind, some people likes many cash or many donuts. I appreciate towns that are well designed, but wow he survived the boring grind (kem farm burnt me out, so I gave up). I can imagine how much time he dedicated to the game for that setup... But to get there I highly doubt it's achievable without spending real cash to help the initial build. So his story sounds quite realistic. I can understand it sounds like bragging too. But imagine to get there he spent probably 4 h a day in the game (probably 8h a day during events) in the past few years. He probably wants to vent a little. I tried kem farm at one point. Takes almost 1 hour just collecting the check marks and rebuild, then rinse and repeat every 4 hours. Gave up after a weekend. So I do appreciate people who had the patience to survive the boredom when one does it in large scale. We all love this game. We all played for a long time. Lets just have fun.

    Btw I didn't see the wailing walls for sale. Am I missing something?
  • I think the wailing walls are on the way. Someone verify that?
    Nothing as loud as the silentmiaow.
  • @monduboiss937 It's a Wiki leak. Lol
    DeesToonTown in Crawl to the Finish #The Grumple Is Free!
  • evant13579
    645 posts Member
    edited October 2016
    I think the wailing walls are on the way. Someone verify that?

    Do not read below unless you want spoiler...



    10/24, 50 donuts...for those not aware, the wailing wall was a craftable item last THOH
  • adruralo
    3285 posts Member
    When I visit my neighbours I see all sorts of varied towns. Creative, neat, very messy such as buildings just dumped with no roads, house farming, hundreds of items grouped together to gain high multiplier %.
    It doesn't bother me the least, each to there own I suppose. But I never negatively judge other people's towns particularly to call them out as cheats, unless clear evidence is there. And I do not see any evidence here.
    iPad Pro 9.7, iPhone XR (Red product)
  • adruralo52 wrote: »
    When I visit my neighbours I see all sorts of varied towns. Creative, neat, very messy such as buildings just dumped with no roads, house farming, hundreds of items grouped together to gain high multiplier %.
    It doesn't bother me the least, each to there own I suppose. But I never negatively judge other people's towns particularly to call them out as cheats, unless clear evidence is there. And I do not see any evidence here.

    i do not think anybody is bothered, but he opened himself up to commentary by posting such a title saying he was going to generate 125,000 donuts just to say that he wants to buy wailing walls
  • The whacking day decorations are probably better than the wailing wall, they only take up 4 spaces each and two of the three have higher percentages.
  • dustandair wrote: »
    The whacking day decorations are probably better than the wailing wall, they only take up 4 spaces each and two of the three have higher percentages.

    There are so many nicer things to add to your town if you have unlimited donuts than wailing walls.
  • This kind of braggadocios nonsense is what ruins it for the rest of us.
    Make Nightmare Pile like Zombie Sandwich. All kids trick or treat at once.
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