Celebrate a Japanese Spring with New Tiki Farm Items

Mon, May 17, 2010

Social, Tiki Farm

After celebrating Japan in Social City a few weeks ago, Playdom has brought the theme to another of their games – Tiki Farm.

Luckily for us, Playdom has made it easy to distinguish which items in the game’s store fit in this new theme, by listing them for us when we first log into the game.

We can start by taking a look at the Tea House, which is available under the Structure section of the marketplace. This is a limited time only item, available to the first 3,200 or so users who login and purchase one for 10 Facebook Credits ($1).

Next, over in the Deco area of the shop, you’ll find more items, like the Zen Pond, Samurai Armor, Bamboo Deer Chaser, and Zen Garden. The Zen Garden is another limited edition item, which has less than 1000 available for users who are willing to spend the 30 Facebook Credits necessary to purchase it. The other three items go for shells, ranging from 5,000 – 25,000 shells.

Two other items are available via the game’s free gifts page, with one, the Lucky Cat decoration, only being available to receive in such a way (that is, receive from a friend who uses the free gifts page to send it to you). The other item is the Cherry Blossom Charm, which can also be purchased from the game’s store for 5 Facebook Credits. It places items on your farm that can be picked up for coins and experience points.

To take a look at the full selection of Japanese items in Tiki Farm, head over to the game’s page on Facebook.

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