There’s Still Time to Buy into FarmVille’s French Chateau Theme, Including These New Items

Fri, Mar 26, 2010

FarmVille, Social

We’re down to the final five days of availability on FarmVille’s French Chateau items, but the ever decreasing countdown timer hasn’t stopped Zynga from releasing five new items into the theme, in the form of two decorations and three buildings.

For those who had bought pieces of Provencal Fencing or the Stone Wall, but were disappointed because there was no way to place a dramatic opening into your areas, suffer no longer, as two items are now available that allow you to do just that (in theory). The Provencal Arch can be purchased for 2,000 coins, while a Provencal Gate (that sits lower to the ground) is available for 2,500 coins. The gate can be customized to appear “Open” or “Closed” by clicking on the gate and choosing the appropriate option. Additionally, both items can be rotated to meet your needs.

In terms of the new buildings, you can pick up a Pavilion for 30 Farm Cash (it rewards you with 500 experience points for purchasing it), a Restaurant for 42 Farm Cash (rewards you with 1000 experience points), or a grand Museum for a staggering 65 Farm Cash (and a 1700 experience point reward). All three can be kept for use on your own farm, or sent to friends as gifts.

As I said before, there are only five days left to get your hands on these virtual pieces of France – make sure to head over to the game’s page to pick any of your most-wanted items up before they expire from the store (presumably for good).

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