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The Sunsphere
The Sunsphere

Level Unlocked

5

Cost

Cash750000

Characters Unlocked

None

Income

None

Size

6x6

Building Time

3 days

Conform-O-Meter Impact

Vantiy: +2500

The Sunsphere or sometimes known as the Wigsphere is the fourth and cheapest Aspirational Building available to purchase in The Simpsons: Tapped Out, following the Escalator To Nowhere, Popsicle Stick Skyscraper and the 50ft Magnifying Glass. It is the only aspirational building to be priced at under 1 million cash, and was released in August 2013 along with the Level 33 update.

The Sunsphere unlocks a quest involving BartMilhouseMartin and Nelson. The player must be Level 5 in order to purchase it, however the quest won't start until Level 21.

About Edit

The Sunsphere is a large structure that serves as a symbol for the 1982 World's Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee.


Read the full article here at Simpsons Wiki

Jobs InvolvedEdit

Regular Jobs

Bart

  • Celebrate the ´WOD FIR´ - 16h

Martin

  • Celebrate the ´WOD FIR´ - 16h

Milhouse

  • Celebrate the ´WOD FIR´ - 16h

Nelson

  • Celebrate the ´WOD FIR´ - 16h

Level's Quest Based Jobs

Bart

  • Climb the Sunsphere - 12h

Martin

  • Climb the Sunsphere - 12h

Milhouse

  • Climb the Sunsphere - 12h

Nelson

  • Climb the Sunsphere - 12h

Quest Edit

Quest Requirements Time Reward Triggered By
Here Comes The Sunsphere Complete Darwin's Bulldog's Quest
Make Bart Climb the Sunsphere
Make Milhouse Climb the Sunsphere
Make Martin Climb the Sunsphere
Make Nelson Climb the Sunsphere
12h Cash100
XP10
Nelson

Dialogue Edit

Here Comes The Sunsphere Edit

Character Dialogue
Nelson Icon Hey, look! It's the Sunsphere! I thought I knocked that over and broke it when we went to Knoxville, Tennessee.
Milhouse Icon Amazing to think that it was once part of the World's Fair of 1982... the most forgotten World's Fair in history!
Bart Icon Let's break into it, climb to the top, and see if we can hear ghosts from 1982 talking about how boring the view was.

TriviaEdit

  • The Sunsphere was featured in The Simpsons episode "Bart on the Road" in which Bart, Milhouse, Nelson, and Martin head to Knoxville, Tennessee in the hopes of seeing the World's Fair, which occurred in 1982.  In that episode, the Sunsphere became known as the "Wigsphere" where it was used to store thousands of boxes of unsold wigs.  Nelson destroys both the Sunsphere and their vehicle by throwing a rock at it.
  • It is based on the real Sunsphere in Knoxville, Tennessee.
  • It is one of several locations, including O'Flanagan's Pub and the Volcano Lair, that were not located in Springfield in the series, but can be built in the player's town in the game.
  • It is animated. Several birds wearing wigs, an allusion to its use as a wig storage facility in the show, can be seen poking out through holes in the structure.
  • The Sunsphere is an aspirational building, but is one of two to have tasks associated with it, the Sit-N-Rotate is the other one.
  • It is the lowest priced aspirational building.
  • The quest name is an obvious parody to the Beatles's song Here Comes the Sun.

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