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Out with the blues, share your views!0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:05 pm
Habbo has often been criticized for its inward view towards the community. Some may argue, that community always came second for Habbo and that the main driving point for Sulake was profit, and the bigger the profit, the better. 50fansites.png
 
However, now Habbo seems to be shifting its rhetoric and changing courts, as it is pondering over your views towards the game in general. The guys and girls at Habbo have opened an intriguing forum to get your voices heard. What is mind blowing for some is that the procedure to get to it is too difficult, as Habbo has made it seem like it had an air of exclusivity. 
 
In reality, the procedures are simple; the possibilities to comment are diverse. All you have to do is head up to the somewhat revolutionary sounding ‘Pilots of Revolution’ group by clicking here. Once you’ve joined, you will receive one of those treasured invites in the form of a link to a separate site. But have no fear, because they are not trying to hack you, but simply re-directing you to the forum. Now, some disorientated Habbos such as Nuxty have had trouble locating this specific link. The link is conveniently located next to your personal information on web landing or ‘Home Page’. 
 
You must also make sure that you send your views in on time, so put your tea down and make yourself heard before the 31st January.
 
Click read more if you would like to delve into some views about this issue!
 

Some view this as an excellent opportunity to finally come out of their shells and let their views go wild, as they feel Habbo has been suppressing them for so long (watch out Stalin!) Others feel that this is nothing more than another campaign to make it seem like Habbo cares, when the reality is in fact tinted. Whatever the true motif may be, there are sure to be many views presented- both positive and negative.

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