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Collected billions of dollars in the game and cannot buy anything with it, what is the point?

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  • You can spend some on Donut Farming, but yeah it does add up. They should add an item that you can get multiple of that costs a billion dollars.
  • How about you stop complaining about being rich?
    And if you're bored, do something else.
  • Donut Farming is the way to go :D
    TOUK is the best also have you considered Nuking. Don't forget about the Springfield Showcase
  • devilhunt1449
    3601 posts Member
    edited September 2020
    Collected billions of dollars in the game and cannot buy anything with it, what is the point?

    Power up the XP collider and convert into doughnuts.
  • Buy Rat Trap Trucks or Blood mobiles, and when you get 72 (12x6) STORE them as a group. That way you gain donuts, and burn up some cash. This will work until they start to limit the size of the inventory. I have over 7000 stored. And if, by some unknown happenstance, you you need cash, you can sell them straight from inventory without needing room to place them.
  • Storing RTT to use up money? That's a unique idea.
    Mr. Papadapaconstantikasgianopolopodopotopolis was my father. You can call me Spiro.
  • Collected billions of dollars in the game and cannot buy anything with it, what is the point?

    what's the point in anything?
  • They need a nice big statue of the #1 for 4.29 B and then for another 4.29 billion you can upgrade it to a #2, then 3 and so on.
  • Collected billions of dollars in the game and cannot buy anything with it, what is the point?

    Easy, just spend your money buying the Aspirational buildings, completing Money Mountain and also doing Cecil's Road to Riches sidequest.
  • Collected billions of dollars in the game and cannot buy anything with it, what is the point?

    Easy, just spend your money buying the Aspirational buildings, completing Money Mountain and also doing Cecil's Road to Riches sidequest.

    Presumably OP has already done all that. I'd love another Cecil-style quest... doesn't even have to be anything substantial, quirky will do (like a series of vehicles the game hasn't covered yet).
  • Collected billions of dollars in the game and cannot buy anything with it, what is the point?

    Easy, just spend your money buying the Aspirational buildings, completing Money Mountain and also doing Cecil's Road to Riches sidequest.

    Presumably OP has already done all that. I'd love another Cecil-style quest... doesn't even have to be anything substantial, quirky will do (like a series of vehicles the game hasn't covered yet).

    Or a tree that looks like a normal tree, but changes color/ looses leaves as if it was in the Southern Hemisphere. I’d like a nice green tree in the dead of the winter, that looses it’s leaves during the Easter event. And because Frink cloned it from a South American tree, each one would cost hundreds of millions of IGC.
  • Collected billions of dollars in the game and cannot buy anything with it, what is the point?

    Easy, just spend your money buying the Aspirational buildings, completing Money Mountain and also doing Cecil's Road to Riches sidequest.

    Presumably OP has already done all that. I'd love another Cecil-style quest... doesn't even have to be anything substantial, quirky will do (like a series of vehicles the game hasn't covered yet).

    Or a tree that looks like a normal tree, but changes color/ looses leaves as if it was in the Southern Hemisphere. I’d like a nice green tree in the dead of the winter, that looses it’s leaves during the Easter event. And because Frink cloned it from a South American tree, each one would cost hundreds of millions of IGC.

    That’s a cool idea, I could go for that. It’d be kind of fun to have a decoration that cost billions of dollars but only occupied a few squares.
  • Relax. You've reached the point in the game where the most rewarding thing to do is play it less. I recommend forgetting about rat trap trucks and instead spend the time playing The Talos Principle or something else of your choosing... :)
  • girl22721 wrote: »
    Relax. You've reached the point in the game where the most rewarding thing to do is play it less. I recommend forgetting about rat trap trucks and instead spend the time playing The Talos Principle or something else of your choosing... :)

    That better not be like Garden Scapes.
  • wadebear
    4005 posts Member
    I recommend Plants VS Zombies 2: It's About Time. It's an EA game. You can play it in dribbles and bits. It has Daily Challenges (too many now), it's FREE...
    The drawback: it has ads. You can't even buy your way out of them. Well, supposedly if you buy stuff you'll have fewer ads, but...
    I still play it occasionally, then I remember how bored I got with it. I was playing it before I started Tapped Out.
  • KLmaker
    1479 posts Member
    I cannot remember who suggested it, but, 4.29B statue, and it goes up in grades.
    First, it could be tatty cardboard; then, tin cans; maybe, bricks; stone; at some point, bronze; silver; gold; it could sprout legs and stomp on the spot when tapped, a bit more fun than fireworks.
  • Castiel19x wrote: »
    Donut Farming is the way to go :D


    Unless you already have 1000s of donuts.

    I'm at maximum IGC and have 6000+ donuts. Donut farming would simply (briefly) decrease my IGC and add to my mountain of donuts.

    First world "TSTO" problems! :D
  • girl22721 wrote: »
    Relax. You've reached the point in the game where the most rewarding thing to do is play it less. I recommend forgetting about rat trap trucks and instead spend the time playing The Talos Principle or something else of your choosing... :)


    "TSTO" is such a daily staple of my life that I still go through all the collection motions even though there's no point.

    Crud, I still play "Where's Maggie" even though I have 6000+ donuts and could generate 30 donuts in about the same time it takes to play each round of that game, all so I can make 3 donuts every 3 days!

    "Donut desperation" was such an active part of my game-playing for so long that it's hard to turn off that view. I've been "donut rich" since a glitch in 2018 allowed me to gain a ton and then invest them in items that got me a high %age, but even though it's been 2 years of "donut wealth", I still play like I need every last donut.

    I need therapy - where's Dr. Monroe when you need him? :D
  • willp_70
    316 posts Member
    edited October 2020
    Ya but its still fun. 😃
    I have 36,000 donuts and try to keep IGC at about 500mill, by buying and selling the Zirconia.
  • Buy thousands of fences. Start doing some 3d designs. You'll go through cash pretty fast but will probably not even make a dent.
    ~Always be Designing~
    Don't increase the Item Limit? Then I don't play. Period.
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