Live in the Lap of Luxury With New YoVille Item Theme

Fri, Apr 30, 2010

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Back at the end of March, YoVille players were given a survey asking them their opinions on two potential item themes that Zynga was contemplating adding to the game. The first, Enchanted Lands, appeared shortly thereafter, and the second, Tycoon, is now available in the game’s Furniture Store.

To put it simply, the Tycoon theme deals with luxury items (like yachts) and overall “fancy living.” As such, there are 54 items available in the theme thus far, including all manner of furniture and decorative items that you can use to create the feeling of a virtual yacht in the game.

In terms of furniture, this is a sort of “you name it – YoVille has it” scenario. There are short and tall dressers, couches, beds, loveseats, chairs, wall art, wall sconces, coffee tables, ottomans, night stands, armoires and more.

Items thus far allow you to outfit both your bedroom and your living room in the theme, with there being an expected combination of items that are sold for only YoCash or only coin, giving both kinds of players a chance to get in on the fun of decorating in this theme.

Here are a few more screens of what to expect from this theme’s items – head over to the game’s page to see the full selection and to start shopping.

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