SPP Ranch Travels to Egypt With New Item Update

Wed, Mar 10, 2010

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Today is Wednesday, which means that new items have hit the SPP Ranch marketplace. This week, Slide is taking us on a trip back in time to ancient Egypt by releasing 22 new items in the theme, ranging from stone columns, walls, and other architectural pieces, to decorative lamps, tables, tents, and more.

Most items are available for coins, with items like the Dung Beetle Sculpture and the Desert Grass resting at the lower end of the monetary spectrum at 50 coins each, while the Great Pyramid sits alone atop the curve, with a price tag of 7500 coins.

Slide Gold, the game’s premium currency, can be used to purchase a moving sarcophagus for 25 Gold, the Temple of Anubis for 45 Gold, and an Egyptian Masterpiece art piece for 500 Gold (at the time of this writing, there are only a handful left of the sculptures left, so if you’d like one, be sure to grab it fast before they sell out).

Don’t have any Gold, or many coins to spare on new decorations? Luckily for you, there are three decorations available on the Free Gifts page that you can ask you friends to send to you. They come in the form of a Ruined Column, a Crooked Truncheon, and an Egyptian Jar.

While this isn’t as extensive an item update as those seen in previous weeks, we can presume this is due to the tandem release of these items and the few St. Patrick’s Day free gifts that are also now available.

Remember that most SPP Ranch items are only available in limited quantities. If these seem interesting to you – be sure to head over to the game’s page and start shopping now before they all sell out!

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