Lights, camera, action!
Things have been rather bumpy in the hotel this week. Hotel wide mutes, accusations and a Channel 4 news report. Sulake CEO Paul LaFontaine has been tweeting regularly, keeping us all updated. They have certainly kept us news reporters busy.
It’s now calming down a little and the weekend has arrived. Cue the party music! In all seriousness though, what have Sulake learnt about themselves as a company? I can speculate that perhaps they have learnt to tighten security, get better moderation tools and review their whole plan completely.
In the coming weeks and months we can only wait and see what will happen. Of course, whilst we have been muted most of us have been collecting achievements for pixels, silently protesting and playing games. Especially, the brand new Fast Food
game. The thing that has impressed me the most about this week is the community spirit
of the Habbos still coming online, even though no one can talk. This brings me onto the subject of that very lovely badge
that Habbos have received for being in the welcome lounge during this tense time. It seems that the staff at Habbo greatly appreciate
the support of their loyal customers and very rightly so, too! There has been a brilliant trophy
that Habbos have been given out and talk of the big unmute
That’s my news roundup for this week complete. It has been action packed, tense and rather interesting to see.
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