The Simpsons: Tapped Out (TSTO) is a free game for iOS and Android, developed and published by Electronic Arts, first released on February 17, 2012. The game consists of the player helping Homer and other characters to rebuild Springfield. The game features the original cast.
The game was removed from the App Store on March 3, 2012, due to connectivity issues primarily caused by the USA release of the game two days before. August and September that year saw the game re-launch in various countries, with January and February 2013 overlooking the game's long-awaited Android launch in various countries.
Uter is a premium character that can be unlocked upon reaching Level 45. He was added in the Level 45 content update on September 14, 2014.
Üter is a German boy with his huge passion for eating unhealthy food, especially candy, and can often be seen alone eating sweets, both at school and on the school bus. This is shown in the game on his "Enjoy Candy for Breakfast" 8 hours visible job.
His obesity also had been a running gag in The Simpsons. As such, he was whipped with a wet towel by Homer for fun, thinking he had bosoms. This is shown in the game on his "Run While Full Of Chocolate" 24 hours visible job.
Üter once got left behind on the American Civil War field trip and subsequently went missing. He attacked by civil war re-enactors while Principal Skinner thanked his precious permission slips. His parents demanded Skinner to inform them of their missing son's whereabouts. This was used by a user on EA Forum to run his signature with the picture of Uter's parents saying "Quick changing the subject - Where is Uter?" till EA finally released him with Level 45.
"Almighty space alien, since you do not belong in any comic book I have ever read, any movie I have ever watched, any TV show I have illegally torrented from the internet, I will have to kill you. And I will have to be quick, I can feel the planks of wood snapping below me already." "Here's for taking away the son of a paying customer, who also, sometimes, is a paying costumer! And his father pays for him! All the time!"