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'Paying for Habbo' Complaints0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:43 pm

Users have taken to Twitter to voice their views on the increasingly capitalist nature of Habbo


Recently, with premium schemes such as Diamonds and Pumpkins becoming headline news for the hotel, some players have questioned whether Habbo is as innocent as it has been believed to be. Some avid Twitterers have even used their social network to protest against the rise in profit-grabbing portrayed by Sulake.

Although it might not be the most popular trend in the world (such as the announcement of Beyonce’s pregnancy or the wondrous attempt to create a miracle for Castle in the Sky), users from all around the world are getting involved in their native language to gain the attention of Sulake officials who might be able to help the situation.

Who knows, maybe the campaign could influence the developers to change their ways and refocus the hotel towards free access? However, it doesn’t look like they’re slowing down on the cash money train! With new schemes arriving all the time, you’re sure to keep paying out of your  bank accounts for your Habbo experience!
 

But what do you think? Will you be joining the revolt with your Twitter feed? Or are you enjoying the paid-for features? Tell us your thoughts below, but remember to be logged in!

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