Can You Complete the PetVille Window Shopper Challenge in Time?

Fri, Jun 25, 2010

PetVille, Social

If you’re one who likes to complete all of the challenges in PetVille, make sure to head over to the game’s page on Facebook to take part in the new Window Shopper Challenge that will be available for the next five days.

The Challenge takes advantage of the ability users have to purchase furniture and accessory items directly from their neighbors’ homes (well, duplicates of them anyway) – to complete the Challenge, you’ll simply need to purchase five items that you see in your neighbors’ homes.

There’s no limit as to how many items you can buy from each particular neighbor, so if you have a high level PetVille player on your friends’ list, just browse around their house for a few minutes and you’ll probably find more than enough new items that you’ll want to purchase.

As always, completing the Challenge in time rewards you with a nice sum of Love (the game’s experience points) and Pet Coins.

To make it easier, I can personally confirm that you can buy five of the exact same item, and you can purchase them all at the same time (that is, when the confirmation window pops up, you can change the quantity to 5 instead of buying one at a time, and it will still count).

What this ultimately means is that you can find one of the game’s starter shelves, which cost 150 coins each (as one particular example), change the purchase quantity to five and voila – you have a completed Challenge.

Head over to the game’s page to put this trick to work and complete this Challenge.

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