SimCity Social Dunkin' Donuts Coffee Quests: Everything you need to know
The Great Coffee Crisis
- Collect 5 Dunkin' Donuts Petitions
- Host the Dunkin' Donuts Taste Test
The Petitions are earned by clicking on homes in your town and then choosing the appropriate option, while the Taste Test is held at your Mayor's House. You'll receive 1,000 Simoleons, two XP and a Dunkin' Donut Shop for your town when you complete this quest.
Dunkin' Donuts in Town!
- Build the Dunkin' Donuts Shop
- Collect from the Dunkin' Donuts Shop 3 Times
The Shop will spawn in your inventory after completing the first quest, and it's a business that follows the general rules that you'd expect. That is, it must be placed next to a road and you'll need to spend three energy to actually build it. Unfortunately, it's only available to collect from once every 24 hours, so you'll need to wait quite a while before actually being able to finish this quest. You'll earn 2,500 Simoleons and 3 XP for finishing it off.
- Have a 1-Star Dunkin' Donuts Shop
- Visit 5 Neighbors and Collect from Mayor's Houses
When you arrive in your friends' cities, you'll need to click on their Mayor's Houses to "Sample Coffee." You'll also need to spend Materials and collectibles to upgrade the shop, so don't be surprised if you're slowed down even more than before when you reach this quest. Completing this quest rewards you with 2,000 Materials and 5 XP.
All Hail the Cup!
- Have a 3-Star Dunkin' Donuts Shop
- Collect 5,000 Simoleons in total from the 3-Star Dunkin' Donuts Shop
We've already been hit with some difficult quest before this, but you're really in for some work now, as you'll need to upgrade the Dunkin' Donuts shop two more times, using ingredients like Salt of the Earth, Bushels of Food, Unity, Cash Registers and much more. Your ultimate reward for completing this quest series is a Giant Dunkin' Coffee Cup and we wish you the best of luck in actually earning it!
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