The Simpsons: Tapped Out is fun and entertaining with a slight drawback.
Truth be told, I love this game. I've been playing it for the past year ever since I downloaded it in November. The script for it was written by the same guys who write the script for the show and the way they do notifications is, in my opinion, hilarious, with Homer saying, "Better them than me." And, if you don't play the game for too long, Homer says, "Hey! Stop doing stuff and play with me!" The dialogue from the other characters when you tap them is hilarious. Plus, you can buy a Scratch-R after you build the Kwik-E-Mart to win extra money. After you build Cletus's Farm, you can grow crops like Moonshine and Corn. Actual Corn (That's the name of the corn). They've also got an item to speed up the time it takes to build or have a character do something and that item is donuts. Yeah, donuts.
The art for the characters and buildings are done by Matt Groening, the same guy that does the art for the show itself. So, yeah, the whole game is made by the same people that make the series. Plus, you get to do stuff from the newest episode the Friday before it airs.
To summarize my opinion, The Simpsons: Tapped Out is an awesome game. I just have one complaint about it that makes it not get the 10/10 that I would've given it.
Just a heads-up, I have this game on an iPod, so this deals with that version, not the iPhone/Android versions. There are certain points in my day when I'm waiting for someone at some place where there's no internet. The game needs internet, so I can't play it if I wanted to.
Besides that, I have no other problems with this game. I would highly recommend this game to anyone who loves The Simpsons and has an iPod, iPhone, or Android phone to play it on.