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Purple Oriental Screen Released!0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:53 pm


 

It’s not often we can say that an old school rare has finally been released on Habbo Hotel, but on the 25th May 2015 history was made and protocol was changed for the Purple Oriental Screen! The screen is definitely unique with being the only Oriental Screen never to have been released or spotted (before now).

As part of the Army/Military Campaign Habbo is currently running, there have been various room bundles that are suited to the theme and the latest one named the ‘Military Mess Hall’ includes not 1, but four Purple Oriental Screens for those who buy it. Alongside the screens you also receive an amazing variety of furniture, including some of the new Army Bootcamp range. 

The room bundle will only be available for a matter of days, so I would definitely buy one whilst you still can for 99 Credits

I would have imagined that the Purple Oriental Screen would have been released likewise to other rares on Habbo – either as a bonus rare or one for 25 Credits in the Catalogue. Unfortunately, that wasn’t the case and it’s a bit disheartening that the value is sure to plummet before it even had the chance to sustain a high value!

What do you think of the addition to the Oriental Screens and V7 rare ranges? Was it released in the right way or do you think it would have done better being released as a single unit? Share your thoughts by clicking ‘Read More and Comment‘ – alternatively you can join the discussion here or read more on Oriental Screens here.
 

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