Don’t Play Cafe World? Get Your FarmVille Themed Items from FishVille Instead

Sun, Mar 21, 2010

Fishville, Social

While you’re not busy refreshing the Cafe World Free Gifts page to see which of the ten FarmVille themed mini-gifts will be released next, make a quick stop over to FishVille, where you’ll find a slew of new, FarmVille-inspired items in the game’s marketplace and Free Gifts page.

While these items do have a time limit, luckily, they’ll be around for longer than 24 hours each. You have around 15 days left to pick up items like Kelp Bales (think FarmVille’s multicolored Hay Bales), a Red Barn, a Tractor Sub, a Deep Sea Chicken, and more, along with my personal favorite item, the Sea Cow.

Some of the store’s items are available for coins, ranging from 5,000 to 50,000 coins, while the more interesting items, like the underwater vehicles and animals, will set you back anywhere from 8 to 15 Sand Dollars.

If all of those prices are too rich for your virtual bank account, you can head over to the game’s Free Gifts page and send your friends some of the aforementioned Kelp Bales, a Scuba Duck (make note of its shorter time limit), or a buildable Seahorse Stable (in ten piece increments) in the hopes that they will return the favor.

This is but the latest of many attempts by Zynga to encourage current players of one of its games to play another. Have any of them worked? You tell us – have you been convinced to play another of Zynga’s games (Mafia Wars, Cafe World, Petville, etc.) just because of its connection with a game you already played?

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