Family Guy: The Quest For Stuff Cheats And Tips
Quahog won't know what hit it.
Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is the latest free-to-play effort from Tiny Co., working in collaboration with Fox Digital Studios. You'll team with several characters throughout the city of Quahog in an effort to rebuild it, after Peter Griffin's nemesis, the dreaded Chicken, leaves the place in ruin. You'll complete missions, build structures and more, then slowly repopulate the city from the animated show.
Unlock more characters and build things with these Family Guy tips.
How do I build new structures in Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff?
Structures can be put together by unlocking certain characters in the game. The more new characters that come along, the more opportunity you have to expand your city.
Building something is as easy as accepting a mission and selecting an area. Usually the game provides a good default location, similar to that of the show, so we suggest going with that unless you feel like being creative.
Once you build something, you can speed its progress with a few coins, although it usually doesn't take too long for it to go up. From there, just perform a couple of secondary missions (like clearing bats in the attic) and you're good to go.
When you can, hire a second builder to help put structures together. It'll cost a good amount of clams, but it'll be worth it when it comes to your town's expansion. Don't forget to upgrade the quality of housing items as well!
How do I unlock characters in Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff?
As Peter accepts new missions, he'll work with certain characters to solve dilemmas, either on their person or with their homes. Once these problems are completely solved, the character will become unlockable in Quahog, letting you do whatever you want with him or her.
Peter Griffin is the first character you unlock, but others you'll want to watch out for are members of the family (like Chris and Lois), as well as Brian, who you can find after reaching level 6 and creating the Quahog Public Library.
Just keep in mind you want to complete a single character's missions first before moving on to the next one. Don't overcomplicate the situation with too many characters in need of something.
One other tip: once a character is complete, have him or her perform short-term actions so you can add more coins and XP to your account. The more you get, the more you can build.
How do I find new quests in Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff?
Look for characters with marks above their heads. These are the ones that offer a variety of missions.
Remember, it's vital to make progress in a game like Quest For Stuff, because it allows you to expand in a number of ways and make Quahog thrive. Don't be afraid to look around for out-of-the-ordinary missions, and keep building!
Do I need to pay for Clams and Coins in Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff?
It's up to you. There is an option to use real cash to purchase in-game Coins and Clams for items, including new clothing options and other goodies to place around Quahog, and they range anywhere from $1.99 to $99.99, depending on how many you want.
Before you do that, however, take advantage of open missions first. You'll earn both Coins and experience from completing these, and there should be enough to go around that you won't need to buy too many.
As for Clams, they're a bit harder to come by, but you can earn some by signing in to Facebook and inviting friends to the game, completing quests for certain characters (like Peter and Brian), working with friends to build new structures in their Quahog city and finding quests with little gift icons. Try to get through these first before spending money.