Create the Feeling of Old Hollywood in Your YoVille Bedroom

Fri, May 28, 2010

Social, YoVille

If you thought the 99 living room items already released in YoVille’s Classic Hollywood theme would be it for the game’s take on retro glamor and style, Zynga has set out to prove you wrong, by releasing 73 new items in the theme, this time pertaining to your home’s bedroom(s).

As with the living room items released previously, this set of 73 items mainly consists of the basics in bedroom furniture: Beds, Cabinets, Desks, Dressers, Mirrors, Armories, Vanities, Screens and the like, all separated into four different color palettes: Red, Green, Brown and Black.

Additionally, there are a few options for windows with either day or nighttime views of the city, along with framed artwork of some classic Hollywood icons.

As with any YoVille item theme, the items here are split between those that cost YoCash and those that go for coins, with items like the Nightstands, Dressers, Vanities and Cabinets going for YoCoins (most of the items cost more than 1,000 coins each), and the Beds, Windows, Armories, and Screens costing YoCash.

If Zynga’s moves can be predicted based on previous item themes, it’s likely we’ll see a set of similar items being released for the Bathroom and Kitchen, and when (if) that happens, make sure you’re the first to know by following Frisky Mongoose on Twitter or “Liking” our fan page on Facebook, via the links on the ‘Goose bar below.

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