Game Introduction – Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff is a city-building / simulation game from TinyCo. In this game, you take charge of the resurrection of Quahog, which has been flattened by Peter Griffin’s antics.  Gamezebo’s walkthrough will provide you with some tips and hints that will help you make your town an almost-pleasant place to live.

Tips and Strategies

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff

Complete character quests for maximum experience and coins – Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff lets you assign the population of Quahog to tasks that gain money and experience. Needless to say, doing these tasks are the best way to level-up and make money. However, pay attention to quests that call for characters to perform specific actions. Not only will you gain the usual amount of experience and money, but you’ll also gain bonus experience and coins for completing a quest.

Playing for a while? Do short tasks – If you have time to watch over your little people, set them to short tasks and then do them over and over. If Peter Surfs the Bird for one minute, he earns five coins. But if he hangs out at the Drunken Clam for an hour, he only earns 20 coins.

Stopping play for a while? Set everyone to their longest tasks – On the other hand, if you’ve had enough of the game for a while, go ahead and set your characters to longer tasks. Then eat a sandwich and take a nap. When you come back, you can collect lots of coins and then assign them all to new jobs.

Save your clams for a new building – If you don’t want to spend real-life money on clams, it’s not a bad idea to slowly save up clams for a new building. New buildings come with unlockable characters that can be assigned to money-making jobs. Jake Tucker and the Church only cost 50 clams.

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff

Check your houses and businesses often – Homes and businesses generate coins over time. Once they’ve collected the maximum amount, they won’t collect any more until their coffers are emptied. Keep on top of that.

Don’t know what to do next? Check your quests – The quest menu is the clipboard-shaped icon in the lower right-hand side of the screen. Check it to see what quests are available. Finishing quests is a good way to earn coins and experience.

Grab quest items for unlockable content, including costume changes – Certain tasks may yield an item along with a the usual rewards of coins and experience. These can be used to unlock characters as well as costume changes.

Level up characters for more lucrative tasks – The more experience a character earns, the more quickly they’ll level up and be able to perform tasks that yield greater rewards.

Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff

Level up in the game to access more items and districts – Looking to reach the districts beyond the smoke and ruin? Keep playing. The more levels you gain as a player, the further out you’ll be able to go (and the more characters you’ll unlock).

Put items in storage if you need room for more profitable ventures – Space is valuable in The Quest for Stuff, especially early in the game. Consider putting less-profitable buildings and decorations in storage and replacing them with high-yield businesses. You can put an item in storage by pressing the “Move” icon, followed by the storage icon. You can take stored items out at any time.

Visit friends’ towns for free clams – If you have friends that are playing The Quest for Stuff alongside you, you can visit them and earn rewards like free clams. Hassle them often.