First and foremost, there are new vehicle options available to those who have yet to upgrade to the set of Hot Rod vehicles, either due to lack of funds, or desire to play Mafia Wars (or perhaps simply to those with a fond appreciation of the color green). The appropriately titled “Lucky” vehicles function the same way as the original set of farm vehicles that most of us relied on before said Mafia Wars update, meaning that they all work four squares at a time. The Lucky Tractor costs just 5,000 coins, while both the Harvester and the Seeder go for 30,000 coins each.
The other new items come in the form of a quartet of new buildings. There’s a decorative Shamrock Inn and Shamrock Cottage (both in pretty shades of green, as you would expect) that go for 60 and 34 Farm Cash, respectively, in addition to a new set of storage buildings. The Shamrock Barn holds 22 items, and goes for 30 Farm Cash, while the Shamrock Shed only holds 15 items, and is cheaper as a result, setting you back 24 Farm Cash.
All four of these buildings can be sent to friends, while the vehicles are for use on your farm only.
One last thing to note is that Zynga has finally released the last three items available in the game’s Pot of Gold feature. In addition to the previously available Shamrock Sheep (10 gold pieces), Spring Flower Cart (20 gold pieces), and Leprechaun Gnome (30 gold pieces), we can now renew our gold for a Spring Pond (50 gold pieces), a Lucky Fountain (75 gold pieces) and a Shamrock Castle (100 gold pieces).
As with the Valentine’s Day redeemable items, when you redeem your gold pieces for one of these, you’ll be met with a pop-up allowing you to post one free extra to your wall, which is rewarded to whomever can click the link fastest. Aren’t we lucky?