Homer Buddha was a premium version of the Mystery Box (discontinued). It had been available since the game's initial launch, but got discontinued on April 1, 2015. The player could have won up to 200 donuts if they already had the Volcano Lair, which was the highest prize available. A list of all winnable items can be found below.
A Homer Buddha could have been acquired in many different ways, as listed below.
|Item||Chance of Winning||Item's Actual Price||Profit/Loss|
|Mystery Box (discontinued)||9.98%||6||Loss|
|Picket Fence (x10)||10%||10||Loss|
|Orange Tree||10%||15||Equal Price|
|Apple Tree||10%||15||Equal Price|
|Squeaky Voice Teen (or 30 donuts if you already have him)||4%||30||Profit|
|Hans Moleman (or 60 donuts if you already have him)||4%||60||Profit|
|Frink's Lab (or 150 donuts if you already have it)||1%||150||Profit|
|Tire Fire (or 40 donuts if you already have it)||0.01%||40||Profit|
|Springfield Sign (or 170 donuts if you already have it)||0.004%||170||Profit|
|Duff Brewery (or 190 donuts if you already have it)||0.002%||190||Profit|
|Volcano Lair (or 200 donuts if you already have it)||0.001%||200||Profit|
- Note that with the exception of Frink's Lab, in general the higher the price, the slimmer the chances were of winning it through the Homer Buddha.
- Its equivalent was the Laffy Meal in Krustyland.
- No limited time items were winnable in a Homer Buddha.