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Welcome to Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff Unofficial SuperCheats Guide!
Welcome to the Unofficial SuperCheats Guide to Family Guy: Quest for Stuff -- or FG:QfS!

If you are familiar withThe Simpsons: Tapped Out you already have a pretty good idea of what to expect here, if not, well, here is a basic explanation for the game:

Quest for Stuff (hereafter abbreviated as "QfS") is a City Building Game of the Freemium Grinder type -- which means that in theory you can play the game for free and still have a lot of fun and success.

Freemium Grinders always have two types of money and are usually XP based -- which is the case here.

The first type of money is in-game coin, which you receive as rewards for completing quests and collect from restored buildings.

The other type of money is Clams -- which are the Premium Currency and are largely obtained by spending real-world money to purchase them (though you can obtain a very limited number of Clams just by playing the game).

Game Balance, Premium Content and Stuff
What you need to understand here -- especially if you have previously played Tapped Out -- is that QfS is NOT a balanced and polite game like Tapped Out is in terms of the whole premium currency thing. In fact it is really a mixture of passive-aggressive game play, an oddity that we will explain...

On the one hand QfS is very in-your-face about getting you to spend money -- because hey, that is how they make money! So you should not be surprised when a Quest pops up that requires you to spend money either in real-world funds or in Clams.

Examples of that include the Buy 1 Get 1 Quest that requires you to spend $4.99 for a Box of $Coins but that also awards you a Box of Clams as a bonus. Then there are the Clam-based Quests like adding Consuela to the game by building her Premium House.

The important thing for you to understand is that these are OPTIONAL Quests -- you do not HAVE to do them in order to play the game, and you do NOT have to do them to progress or succeed in the game. Quest for Stuff is NOT a Pay-to-Win Game - players who don't buy Clams have the same success as those that do.

The Quest Icon will appear in your Quest Book (the Clipboard with the Quest Icons popping out of it that appears in the bottom-left-hand-corner of your game screen) -- these Quest Icons are not permanent. Some have a visible timer that, once it counts down, causes the Icon to disappear forever while others have hidden timers that do the same.

The town of Quahog has been destroyed and YOU must rebuild it!
Do the Premium Quest -- don't do the Premium Quest -- it is entirely up to you - but don't walk away from the game just because they are more in-your-face about this as that would be a terrible thing for you to do because it deprives you of the pleasure of playing this game for no good reason.
Rude, Crude, and No Socially Redeeming Qualities
Another issue with this game that you should be aware of is that it is by no means as subtle as Tapped Out -- and what I mean by that is that it contains content that is as disturbing, outrageous, and offensive as the TV show upon which it is based!

You can expect the game to waffle between tolerant quests that accept things like drug addiction to homosexuality to highly offensive quests that vilify those same subjects. Which voice is used depends quite literally upon WHICH voice is used -- for example Peter is likely to say horrible and insensitive things about homosexuality or religion, whereas Brian will likely be more accepting of those issues.

The point is this game has the same creators and humor as the show - so if you don't like the show you probably will not like the game. if you DO like the show, well, you are going to LOVE this game!

Offensive From the Beginning
When you start the game you see a screen that suggests you should play with headphones on. So don't say that they didn't warn you, right?

There is a reason for that. That reason is simple -- you may not want other people to hear the things that are said in the game, especially if you are playing it in public or around kids.


Seriously... Well at least it is not unless you are using headphones, and even then....

Getting started here is very simple - you load the game onto your device, you run the game, you follow the prompts, and if you get confused -- and when you need guidance -- you consult the Walkthrough Section of The SuperCheats Unofficial Guide for Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff by CM Boots-Faubert! Simpatico!

That nicely wraps up the Introduction save for several minor issue that are of critical importance to you!


1. Creating an Account / Logging IN
It is possible to play this game anonymously without actually creating an account or logging in. IF you do that it is also possible to lose all of your progress since your game save is technically the memory on the device you are playing on.

During the rebuilding you will unlock all of the characters you know and love
That means if you play without creating an account you can play ONLY on that device. You are way better off creating an account BUT before yo do that you need to understand that the game has a number of different types of accounts, and you will want to choose the type you use carefully.

The preferred order of the account types is as follows (for reasons I will explain in a moment):

  1. Facebook Account
  2. Google Plus Account
  3. @Family Guy: QfS Account

Facebook Account: Uses your Facebook Login as your account login. This is preferred because the Social Side of the game uses Facebook. So if you plan on adding your mates to your game, you should use the Facebook Account option.

Google + Account: This is for people who do not have Facebook. It is also for people who have Facebook but who ALSO have Google +. Basically you can use both - and that way you get to post game events, news, and comments to one or both of those social networks.

@Family Guy: QfS Account: This is for people who do not have Facebook or Google + and allows you to create an account to save your game via the Family Guy: QfS servers. Use this as your final option as while it will not permit you to add friends to your game, it WILL allow you to save your progress.

Once you have started the game, be ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN that you tap the button with the square grid in it -- that is the Main Menu Button.

With the Main Menu open select ACCOUNT INFO and then create an account. Basically that means entering your email address and a password. Once you do that, the game you are playing will attach to that account -- but be sure that you DO do that, because otherwise you risk losing any progress you make in the game!

2. Anger, Frustration, and Walking Away over Money
Being a fairly tolerant and, I like to think, reasonably intelligent sort of bloke, when I was first confronted by the pop-up for the first real-world money slash Premium Currency Quest I interpreted it as a not so subtle way for the game studio -- TinyCo -- and its publisher and owner -- Fox -- to make it clear that this is not just a fun game based upon the Family Guy Universe, it is also a Freemium Grinder in which a paygate exists for certain content.

I am OK with that. I understand why it is so. In fact that paygate is a substantial reason for why I was assigned this game to write the guide for! Gamers come to SuperCheats not just because it is the table for the cool kids in the school cafeteria, they come here because it is one of the most reliable and excellent sources for game strategy, hints, and tips for playing games like this without spending lots of money while at the same time obtaining a reasonable or very large serving of game entertainment.

We are, and I am being very humble when I say this, REALLY good at what we do, and what we do is help you to get as much out of your games as you can without it costing you body parts.

The premium currency is Clams - and in addition to buying them they are also rewards.
That being the case I was completely floored when I read posts on the game-related chat boards and when I received email expressing similar sentiments by gamers who, upon encountering the first of the pop-ups and quests about Premium Content / Real-World Money declared that they would not be whores to a game like that and were walking away from (abandoning) the game!

To say that I was flabbergasted is an understatement. It never occurred to me that any gamer could play these games and not understand their nature or the reality that in each of these games there is a second game taking place just below the surface - a game whose consequences totally come down to a battle between the game and your wallet!

To put this in the simplest of terms, the sub-theme here is that you are trying to play the game and beat it by spending as little as possible -- whereas the game is structured to encourage and convince you to spend your money on it.
The Forest For the Trees
"He Can't see the Forest for the Trees" is an expression that is often used to describe a situation in which someone is too involved in the details of a problem to look at the situation as a whole.

When I hear (more often read) a gamer expressing the feelings and observation that The Quest for Stuff is "like Tapped Out except it is very empty" I feel the almost overpowering urge to grab them by the shoulders and shake them to get their attention before explaining that, Yes! Of course it will feel that way! The game only just started out!

It may help to point out that (1) QfS only just launched on 10 April, and (2) YOU are just getting started in the game after all! You need to place buildings, unlock new land, and well, you know, PLAY! Just because this game is, in some ways, similar to Tapped Out does NOT mean you are going to instantly enjoy the same measure of success that you do IN Tapped Out.

Having pointed out the very obvious I also feel compelled to mention that, even from my limited experience with the game so far, I can speak with some authority when I observe that it is not empty, that it has plenty of content, and once you get started it WILL keep you entertained and engaged!

I am amazed that I find myself defending this title, particularly when you consider I am in the process of completing game review play! That said, if you value my opinion at all, than accept this advice: Do not rush to judgement here - you may be pleasantly surprised to discover that QfS has a lot to offer when you give it the chance...

Doesn't it bother you that "Quifs" is a word that appears in the dictionary file used by Firefox? It bothers me! I sure did not add it. I only discovered that by accident when I was adding "QfS" to that dictionary. Just saying....

Naturally the game offers plenty of opportunities to spend Clams...
The Game Within the Game in QfS
As incredible as it seems, it is clear to me now that a lot of gamers miss the point entirely of the entire point of the Freemium Gaming Scheme! So let me spell it out in plain and simple words:

When you are playing a game that is offered to you for FREE, and there are no obvious revenue streams such as in-game advertising or a monthly subscription fee, or some other product by which the game publisher is making money -- then you need to understand that YOU are the product.

As long as you clearly understand that you can easily understand and accept the following rules by which the Freemium Game is played:

Rule 1. Anything that the game publisher can do to encourage you to spend money in the game is allowed.

That means that the publisher can add special buildings, special characters, and special objects like Fuzzy Bunnies or Cute Puppies as long as those buildings / characters / objects are not actually REQUIRED in order to bring the game forward to its natural conclusion.

Rule 2. You are free to ignore and/or avoid paying for any of those value-added objects, deals on money or items, and all of the rest of the impulse-oriented offers that the publisher will use to lure your wallet into range of its credit card processing kit!

Rule 3. The winner is whoever spends the least money among the players.

Closing Summary and Conclusions
Well, there you go mates - so get playing! Oh, and notice the other sections here? As the information and content becomes available we will be adding reference pages below the Introduction that contain all sorts of useful information, tips, tricks, and the like that you will find helpful as you embark upon your adventure in Quahog.

So hey, well met! Have fun! And remember -- use a headset!



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Okay, you start the game, you get to the point where the grid for main menu shows up - I click on that and I get - settings and inventory - that's it - no place to set up an account (not under settings either). I have lost my game twice now. The first time I was fairly far in and the second time I barely got started. I have no idea how I am supposed to save with an account when there is no place to put account information. I down loaded the game with Microsoft Windows Shop and I have a facebook account but the Family Guy game has no place for me to put that information. I am a middle-aged non-gamer and not exactly computer savy. Nice game but not nice when you lose the whole thing twice.

Added 29th Mar 2015, ID #534955

Have you been able to unlock stewie yet?? I have all 4 Louis' outfits. District 8 (? ) won't let me unlock it. It keeps telling me to finish 1 hot mama, and head on in." my sincerest appreciation.

Added 22nd Mar 2015, ID #531921

Hi how do I get meg can jot get her

Added 10th Mar 2015, ID #526945

For an awesome family guy the quest for stuff cheat...visit hackscommunity .com

Type in the search bar there family guy the quest for stuff and you will find the cheat.I am very pleased with it...

Added 22nd Feb 2015, ID #519892

What good are coins. I have over 1.8 million in coins and there is nothing I need to buy. If something comes up in a quest I have more than enough to cover it. If we could buy clams with it now that would be alright.

Added 20th Feb 2015, ID #518849

Ok... how the heck do you unlock the zoo? I can't figure out what I have to do...

Added 14th Feb 2015, ID #515782

I appreciate the information in regards to "Creating an Account / Logging IN."

I was playing TSTO for quite awhile before I took the time to create an account. Luckily, just after I created the account in Origin, I didn't realize the game wasn't logged in and found myself looking at Level 1! I freaked out! It took me quite some time to figure out what needed to be done!
I had to turn off my device to stop it from automatically loading in that level. Once I got back to the login screen, I was able to login with my Origin account.

In the Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff game, I had initially created a login using my Facebook information, but I had no idea if that was usable for game recovery.
One thing I don't like is not being able to get other game friends unless they are Facebook friends.
Any thoughts/help on this issue?

Added 8th Feb 2015, ID #513463

Ok so in ollieland the block on the right side of the your screen with the skate park , classy office , public library , and the little playground there's 3 characters around that block and I always get a free clam when I visit the lands from Facebook ... happy hunting ...

Added 27th Jan 2015, ID #507860

Is there a way to clear a block without beefing up my manpower. It won't clear unless I use 60 clams to but more workers

Added 26th Jan 2015, ID #507552

What's the cheats for the game

Added 25th Jan 2015, ID #506948

The clapboard means it is something outside that you see the characters do.

Added 25th Jan 2015, ID #506907

I have the unemployment office, but there is no option for initiate plan B. Do I need banana Brian for that?

Added 23rd Jan 2015, ID #505772

What do the clapboards mean??, they are in the corner on some of the objectives.

Added 22nd Jan 2015, ID #505210

I have been on this game since the beginning and have had no problems and spent little money I love it. If there is problem it gets fixed quickly

Added 21st Jan 2015, ID #504972

Level up Lois then will allow

Added 21st Jan 2015, ID #504922

I just started this game and have already run into a problem. I have Lois, but the game won't let the quest open for her and Peter to fight. I can get them to fight if I get to Lois' actions through another character, but it doesn't count to the quest. When I try to open the quest from her exclamation point all it does is pop up an icon in the top left corner. When I try to open that icon it puts up another character's icon. Any thoughts?

Added 20th Jan 2015, ID #504707

My game turned into snow!! How do I get it back to normal??

Added 18th Jan 2015, ID #503433

10k silver as well as 6250 experience every 6 hours. 250 Average offices - 300 silver to build 30 minutes build time 8 times harvest pays for itself after that it's all profit. I built 250 of them so I collect 10k every 6 hours.

Added 14th Jan 2015, ID #501704

The kazoos and party hats are to get Julian's apartment from the rite of passage new year tower. Just click on the tower and it will show you what is still needed. If you have all the items then there should be a button beside the pictures to redeem your prize

Added 11th Jan 2015, ID #500262

How do you use the new years stuff you get? I have been getting the hats and kazoo stuff but it never shows me how to use them.

Added 7th Jan 2015, ID #497788

I only play games when I wait in lines/rooms so any progress on anything is amazing to me

Added 10th Dec 2014, ID #482870

I'm on level 41 now...... I haven't spent any money on the game to get where I am now...... but definitely took me a long time....I wish there was a way to be able to get more clams with having to purchase them...... I've been able to save enough clams to obtain all the clam costing characters expect for Consuela, which costs 300 clams...... it's going to take me forever to be able to save enough clams to purchase her..... but that's life.....

Added 4th Dec 2014, ID #480262

This is just a game(just like many others)pay to win.
i read a view comments and they said that they paid money and still liked but thats the perpuse of the game.
so dont pay for these games you will only get more addicted to these games

Added 30th Nov 2014, ID #478760

I needpals to make getting clams faster easy like this gamec

Added 22nd Nov 2014, ID #474716

Add me please xx

Added 16th Nov 2014, ID #472255

Cheat for clone stevie part 2 exit game clear from recent as then restart game gives u a stewie and Brian clone every time no waiting to collect rent

Added 13th Nov 2014, ID #471153

I be putting kids IBT the truck deep sea diving for the yellow lollipops

Added 11th Nov 2014, ID #470144

I'm randyyyyy

Added 9th Nov 2014, ID #469618

I just hit level 20 (almost 21), completed all the Halloween content and still playing. I do admit, I've tossed a little money at it, but I still like it. Quite frankly, my gf got me into The Simpsons Tapped Out... I prefer Family Guy The Quest for Stuff way more. Just like every other game on the planet, it's a matter of personal preference over anything else.

Added 8th Nov 2014, ID #469094

I am getting an error "Trying to get icon for invalid currency type event" What do I do?

Added 8th Nov 2014, ID #468963

Except Diane Simmons I got everything I want from halloween event quite easy. I did not buy any clams, all I did was plan and do the missions on time, like check when I wake up, in midday, and before sleeping. For that part I even slipped a bit wanted to do costumes for Stewie and Connie D'Amico, but couldn't. Now American Dad characters will appear. That's gotta be fun =).

Added 8th Nov 2014, ID #468862

I obsessively played this game a few months, spent an INSANE amount of money on this game. Anyway I wasn't able to get Diane Simmons in time. The game said she'd be back but Halloween is ending tomorrow and she still isn't back. Now, I've gotten everything in this game and every character except her ghost. Please tell me, is there something that u have to do to to trigger her comming back?

Added 5th Nov 2014, ID #467602

Throw do you do it

Added 3rd Nov 2014, ID #466815

To address the primary questions - not all of the objectives for the event are free. To get them all you are going to either have to spend money or save up the clams from clam-paying events.

The revenue stream for this game requires that. You can still complete the primary events without spending money.

Added 3rd Nov 2014, ID #466741

Would like more friends on family guy anyone fancy sending me there Facebook names?

Added 29th Oct 2014, ID #464673

OMG ... i have to clear 200 trick- or-treaters and can only TRY and i mean TRY to get a stink bomb every 8 hrs come on this is stupid as i for 1 wont pay for clams

Added 17th Oct 2014, ID #459562

This article did not help me at all!!! I'm trying to get stuff WITHOUT spending money!!!! Other people have done it and I need to know how! Thanks!

Added 29th Sep 2014, ID #452882

So is there like no exploits in the game for coins

Added 13th Sep 2014, ID #447366

I do not have mutant stewie. Why? How do I get him?

Added 22nd Aug 2014, ID #439213

I like it its useful.

Added 19th Aug 2014, ID #438251

I love this game!

Added 15th Aug 2014, ID #437238

- You have to buy Brian Cranston with Clams.

- Get Chris some bush in the decoration shop.

- Don't rely on characters for coins or XP. Build several buildings that payout at intervals that are convenient for you to log in and simply check on your Quahog at those same times regularly.

After you clear all the land areas, unlock all the free characters, and build enough buildings to collect lots of coins and XP, all that's left to do is participate as much as you want in special "limited time" events. These events are designed to frustrate people into spending money. Some portions of events are very similar, if not the same, as a type of game that originated in Japan called Kompu Gacha. I suggest typing "kompu gacha" into google to learn more. Long story short, it is essentially a form of gambling and has been banned/illegal in Japan for some time now.

Added 14th Aug 2014, ID #436269

Where do you get the flower bush so you can do Chris's action find a friend

Added 13th Aug 2014, ID #435943

I have a few things to do with Bryan Cranston. but I cant seem to find him. please help. thanks

Added 10th Aug 2014, ID #434144

What's with the new update. My game freezes once it loads

Added 9th Aug 2014, ID #433750

I need friends for this game which is best way to get them ?

Added 9th Aug 2014, ID #433623

How do u get stewie to go through the kitchen dood

Added 8th Aug 2014, ID #432711

this game is fun and addictive but I had to restart it cause it had a problem I got further the second time then it had a problem. Im frustrated and about to take it off and keep it off. this game needs to be paid attention to. fix it.

Added 7th Aug 2014, ID #432546

The best way to get the most from a super coin complex is..... Buy common Office for $150. They take 30 mins to build and give you $10 dollars an hour. - that's a maximum of $240 a day. I have a block of 150 (at a cost of $22,500 and I get around $15,000 a day from them. (I have to sleep). Within 2 days you are making a profit. I am now racking up enough $$$ to clear the rest of the land - even the $40,000, $45,000 and $50,000.

Added 5th Aug 2014, ID #431304

Cool im totaly getting this app it looks awesome

Added 5th Aug 2014, ID #430898

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