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Olympic Furni, Here We Come!0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:41 pm

New images and information on Olympic-themed furni have been released!

When important world events occur, Habbo like to capitalise on them with new furni lines, quests and badges. The Games of the XXX Olympiad, known to all as the 2012 Olympics in London, are not excluded from this trend. Many people have been expecting at least a badge to commemorate this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and we at Habbox can confirm that some new furni will be arriving soon

The picture on the right is only one of the many that could be achieved with these new items that will enter the hotel. It showcases some marble platforms, obviously meant to be podiums, and the iconic torch that travels the world to light the start of the Olympic Games.

Click ‘Read More & Comment’ to find out about some of the new things you might be seeing in the future…

Habbox user Michaeel has uncovered some new codes for items, as well as a tagline for the range:


We will take a trip around the world, give the opportunity to make new friends, to show your skills, and open your mind to new possibilities. We will bring the spirit of the Olympic Games to the hotel.

This quote could suggest a return to the Habbowealth Games event of 2006, where users were able to play Commonwealth Games sports to win prizes.
The furni codes include sporting apparatus such as the hammer for the hammer-throw and hurdle for hurdling (how surprising). The second-to-last code may relate to the Union Jack, an affectionate name for the Great British flag, the host of the Games this year.

But what do you think? Are you eager to buy some of this new furni, and ‘show your skills’ as written above? Or is the whole malarkey a bit over-the-top (and late, as the Games started last Friday)? Leave your thoughts below, but remember you need to be logged in!

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