The Simpsons: Tapped Out
|The Simpsons: Tapped Out|
Also known as: Tapped Out (US)
This game has unused graphics.
|This article is a work in progress.|
...Well, all the articles here are, in a way. But this one moreso, and the article may contain incomplete information and editor's notes.
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There's a whole lotta words here, but not enough pictures. Please fix this.
|This game is still under active development.|
Be aware that any unused content you find may become used or removed in the future. Please only add things to the article that are unlikely to ever be used, or went unused for some time. If they do get used, please remove them from the page and specify in the edit summary!
Homer does something and blows up Springfield (although he survives somehow), so with your help he rebuilds it.
Fill all sub-pages, and add the rest of the unused content.
- 1 Sub-Pages
- 2 Memorabilia
- 2.1 Simpson House
- 2.2 Flanders House
- 2.3 Power Plant
- 2.4 Kwik-E-Mart
- 2.5 Springfield Elementary
- 2.6 Willie's Shack
- 2.7 Frink's Lab
- 2.8 Krusty Burger
- 2.9 First Church of Springfield
- 2.10 Van Houten House
- 2.11 Cletus' Farm
- 2.12 Android's Dungeon
- 2.13 Lard Lad's Donuts
- 2.14 Moe's Tavern
- 2.15 Town Hall
- 2.16 Springfield Retirement Castle
- 2.17 Police Station
- 2.18 Springfield Downs
- 2.19 Luigi's
- 2.20 Springfield Prison
- 2.21 Gilded Truffle
- 2.22 Duff Brewery
- 2.23 Springfield Library
- 2.24 Springfield Observatory
- 3 Icons
- 4 Springfield Downs
- 5 Arresting Snake
- 6 Developer Cheats
- 7 Debugging Features
- 8 Developer Notes
- 9 Internal Project Name
| Unused Objects|
Including decorations and other crap.
| Unused Quests|
"Shh... the bronze is boiling..."
Memorabilia would've acted like unlocking characters in the game, without assigning it to jobs (duh). If you were to unlock all memorabilia, it would act similar to unlocking all characters in a single set: a measly $100. If you sacrifice a couple of donuts, or if you're lucky enough to get one from completing a job, you can slowly complete a set. The probability of unlocking memorabilia the long way is 0 to 1 (although they all cost a whopping one donut).
|Ned's Lawn Mower||1||0.2|
|Religious Board Game||1||0.1|
|Old Hot Dog||1||0.17|
|Mother Nature Burger||1||0.1|
|Employee of the Month||1||0.2|
First Church of Springfield
|Book of Hymns||1||0.14|
|Stain Glass Saint||1||0.2|
Van Houten House
|Baron Von Kit||1||0.17|
|Krusty Walkie Talkie||1||0.2|
|Geech Smell Hound||1||0.2|
|Mary Worth Phone||1||0.1|
|Angry Dad Comic||1||0.17|
|Radioactive Man Comic||1||0.2|
Lard Lad's Donuts
|Vote Quimby Sign||1||0.1|
|Money Brief Case||1||0.17|
Springfield Retirement Castle
|Empty Donut Box||1||0.05|
|Wiggum's Police Hat||1||0.14|
|Discarded Wager Tickets||1||0.05|
|Bottle of Wine||1||0.14|
|Picture of Italy||1||0.2|
|Die Bart Die||1||0.2|
|Valet Parking Stub||1||0.1|
|Tin Foil Swan||1||0.17|
|Tartar Control Duff||1||0.2|
Some icons that never made it into the game. What a shame.
This is just a bunch of... dog names...
|Go Dog, Go!||springfielddowns_dog_6|
|Ace of Spayeds||springfielddowns_dog_7|
|Scoot That Rug||springfielddowns_dog_9|
|Dog O' War||springfielddowns_dog_11|
|He's The Winner||springfielddowns_dog_13|
|Chew My Shoe||springfielddowns_dog_14|
|The Man Whisperer||springfielddowns_dog_15|
Apparently Snake was supposed to originally act like Sideshow Bob in the game. He has a sprite for running around with a money bag and a pistol, and a sprite for being handcuffed.
|Criminal Snake||Handcuffed Snake|
This version of Snake even has his own quest, dubbed "Crime Spree".
- msg_snakealert_1: Snake has been spotted in the area.
- msg_snakeappears_1: Snake is in the area!
- msg_capturesnake_1: You've arrested Snake!
- msg_capturesnake_remote: A friend has arrested Snake in your Springfield!
Figure out what they are and enable them.
Some gamescripts downloaded mention developer cheats, preferably the Casino's, the game executable also mentions CHEAT once and not in flagging terms, it's under the DebugButtonBase call to prove this, likely, this is a button in the debug menu or the name of the button that calls it.
Simpsons Manifest (AndroidManifest.xml/info.plist):
There's more features given by ManifestMetaData, not written in release XMLs. Show them all if possible.
ServerErrorReason: Shows much more details for connection errors, unfortunately scrolling isn't supported so use a big device unless you don't mind restarting the game over and over cause you will often never get to see the Retry button on small devices.
SaveLogToDisk: Saves a log (of what?) to the device's disk.
SaveLandToDevice: Saves the player's local progress to the device's disk while offline, this doesn't allow offline play, signing into an Origin account that has progress will delete the local progress and its IDs from the device.
ShowVersionsInAbout: Shows all version info in About, this includes Client Version, BGCore Version, Land Data Version, DLC Source, DLC Location, Server Environment, Region, DLC Index and DLC Packages.
Enable this if possible.
eMenu_Debug is mentioned, it sounds most likely for being the debug menu.
OpenSSL Compiling Directories
The game's executable mentions OpenSSL compiling directories for setting up the CDN for DLC and game server, these include: /Users/cmcculloch/Projects/TSTO/Code/Client/4.21/server/externalSource/openssl-1.0.2h/tmp/android/ssl/private, /Users/cmcculloch/Projects/TSTO/Code/Client/4.21/server/externalSource/openssl-1.0.2h/tmp/android/ssl/certs and /Users/cmcculloch/Projects/TSTO/Code/Client/4.21/server/externalSource/openssl-1.0.2h/tmp/android/ssl/cert.pem.
Missing Text Handler
If the game detects missing text in a textpool, *ERROR or ERROR: SOMEINFO will be displayed.
Many gamescripts have developer notes in them, regarding setup and mechanisms starting with comment lines, the game's executable also mentions YOU SHOULD NOT SEE THIS if HasInventoryRewardIndicatorRequirement would appear in-game, PLACEHOLDER TEXT UNTIL DLC UPDATED is another note, as well as UNUSED.
Internal Project Name
The game's signature mentions "Simpsons4", likely referring to this being the fourth Simpsons game developed by EA Mobile.
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