New Social City Buildings: Capital Monument, Italian Vineyard, & More

Mon, May 10, 2010

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The last trio of Social City limited edition items, which contained items like the Museum of Rock and Basketball Stadium, have been replaced by a new set, which includes, as you’d expect, three new items that are available to purchase via the game’s newspaper (that appears automatically upon entering the game, or can be accessed at any time by clicking on the newspaper icon at the bottom of the gameplay window).

The three new buildings are the Capital Monument, the Italian Vineyard I and the Underhill Home 2.

As we saw with a previous release, the Underhill Home 2 carries on in the game’s nod at the Lord of the Rings, with homes that look reminiscent of those lived in by Hobbits in the Shire. The Underhill Home 2 adds 450 citizens to your town every 6 hours and can be purchased for 20 City Bucks.

The Italian Vineyard I looks to be a similar item, in that it comes with an attached numeral, perhaps hinting at possible additions to the theme in the future. For now though, the Vineyard I can be purchased for 45 City Bucks, upon which time you’ll receive a boost of 22,000 Happiness Points to your town.

Finally, the Capital Monument is another leisure building, which can be purchased for 59 City Bucks and offers 40,000 Happiness Points to your city.

To purchase any of this new trio of items, head over to the Social City game page on Facebook – and remember, these items are limited in quantity, so shop fast if they interest you!

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