Spring Has Sprung in Country Story

Fri, Mar 26, 2010

Country Story, Social

A small set of decorative items have been added to the Country Story store, thanks to developer Playfish, but unfortunately, for the most part, you’ll need to have stores up a lot of coins through the long winter to be able to afford them.

The items come in the form of a set of Red Tulips for 5,000 coins, a Raccoon with a Butterfly for 20,000 coins, and a Rabbit Botanist for 50,000 coins. You can also spend some of your saved up Playfish Cash, 5 to be exact, on a cute, animated Bird Fountain (complete with bird).

If you’d rather share the joy of Springtime with your Country Story neighbors, be sure to check out the addition of the Mixed Tulips item (the tulips rest in an equally colorful shoe; we’ll forgive the misspelling) to the game’s free gifts menu.

Additionally, a new animal has also been added to the store in the form of a Grey Bunny. If you were disappointed that the Pink Bunny was a Playfish Cash only item, your happiness over the Grey Bunny’s availability for coins will do little to help matters once you learn of its large price tag – 300,000 coins.

Lastly, while you’re browsing for your Springtime decorations, be sure to browse through the slew of items that have been marked down in price and tagged with a “Last Chance” marking. These items are mostly holiday related (New Years, Thanksgiving, and so on), but if you want to stock up for this year’s celebrations, you can find some cute items on the cheap.

Put a little Spring into your step and head over to the game’s page to see these new items.

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