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By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:33 pm

If you haven’t got a valentine, why not celebrate Valentines Day by playing a game of Habbolution?

As part of the Valentines Day celebrations, Habbo have opened new rooms that contain a new game involving wired. In this game, you and your friends have to stand on a selection of tiles that change color before the time runs out. When you have done, shout ‘Yipee!’


So, do you think that Habbo goes slightly ‘love-mad’ for Valentines Day?


I do! Personally, I think that Habbo should only celebrate the major events worldwide of a religious or cultural significance. It would, in my opinion, be nice to see some other religious celebrations such as Diwali on Habbo, rather than just celebrating events such as Easter and Christmas. This would truly help to show the multi-cultural community that the hotel is and has proved to be over the years that it has been open. I also think that events such as the Chinese New Year should be celebrated as I class these to have a cultural and (perhaps) a religious significance.

So, you have heard my views of the new game and of valentines celebrations on Habbo, but what do you think?

Click ‘Read More & Comment’ to share your views!

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