Zynga is taking us to the 1960′s in Cafe World this week, with a set of “Flour Power” items that are sure to help both you, and your future customers feel the love. As usual, the bulk of the theme comes from the store’s new functional and decorative items – let’s take a look at what’s available.
First, you can purchase either a flower or peace sign shaped table, along with beanbag chairs and tie-dye benches. No 1960′s inspired room would be complete without a beed curtain door, and you can add to the structural flair by adding a flashing peace sign piece of art to the walls, along with a “Hip Happy Face” or colorful hanging flowers. For flooring, there are two wild patterns to choose from, while three flower-patterned wallpapers compliment them nicely. Finally, in terms of decorations, you can pick up all manner of themed accessories, from a lava lamp or stacked letters spelling “Love,” to assembling your own band, with the band members being literal monkeys.
In terms of pricing, the items here range in price from 1 Cafe Cash (for a few items) to 16 Cafe Cash for the Peaceful Protestor statue and from 6,000 coins for a single slat of Pretty Pink Flower Wallpaper to 150,000 coins for the Legendary Lefty Guitarist statue.
As usual, if you’d like to receive an assortment of these items, while saving some money in the process, you can purchase the theme’s Mystery Crate, which offers a random selection of Flour Power items all for 10 Cafe Cash in total.
Meanwhile, the game’s free gifts page isn’t without its share of themed items, as you can now send your friends Wind Chimes, a Granola Bar, or 35 serving portions of the game’s newest recipe, the Pita and Dolmas.
Speaking of new recipe, you can cook the Pita and Dolmas for 1100 coins. It cooks for just 4 hours, after which point you’ll be able to sell its 180 servings for 9 coins each. That works out to you receiving 1620 coins for cooking the dish when all is said and done. You’ll also earn a total of 62 Cafe Points for cooking and serving the dish.
Head over to the game’s page to browse through the complete selection of 1960′s themed items – peace out!