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Ancient Egyptian Addiction0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:40 pm
Egyptian themed furniture will be arriving shortly; Pyramid Blocks, Hot Sands and a Sarcophagus will be included in the range! 

Duck SphinxRecently, it was reported that an Egyptian campaign will be arriving on Habbo – click here for more information – and to accompany the campaign, brand new Egyptian furniture will be released into the catalogue. We now have the details!

 
Egyptian PillarDucks around the globe will be rejoicing at the reveal of the Duck Sphinx, which has been met with a positive reaction from HabboxForum members. The other pieces in the Egyptian line haven’t been as warmly received, however, with most people expressing the limited use of the furniture. Have you ever tried matching a Pyramid with a Mode Bar? It just doesn’t work!

Three Pyramid Blocks; a cube, slanted side and top, allow the construction of pyramids. You can make your pyramid as big as you desire (as long as you have the credits), but people have raised their concern, saying that they look distorted and awkward when stacked. The criticism doesn’t stop there…

The Hot Sand – why didn’t they name it desert sand? – has also been scorned by the public. “We don’t need more sand on Habbo! We already have Tiki and Beach patches, and they look better than this!“, claimed one individual. The majority of players have said that the Hot Sand is simply too detailed and can only be used in desert-themed rooms due to its very specific appearance, unlike the generic Tiki Sand.

Last but not least in the collection are the Pillars (available in three different colours) and the Sarcophagus, which looks suspiciously like a teleporter, but we shall only know for sure upon its release! Ultimately, the new range hasn’t had the rapturous welcome that I’m sure it would have wanted, but whether it sells or not is down to how much people want to win the room-design competition…

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What do you think about the Egyptian furniture? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below!

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