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Snowflake Madness0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:30 pm

As it’s traditional with this time of year, at the start of December Habbo introduced Christmas quests, and also introduced ‘Snowflakes’ as a rewards system for players who completed these quests. Normally when additional currencies are added as a result of a holiday to Habbo, they are only available to earn and not to buy, and this is pleasing for players that cannot buy credits as they have the chance of owning rare furni and getting rewarded for their hard work. Well, this all changed today as Habbo has announced that they will now be offering free snowflakes to users that buy more than 220 credits, and was added as a incentive for users to buy more Habbo credits.

This has angered a lot of players who cannot buy credits but rely on opportunities like this to have an equal chance of getting a rare, and by not allowing people to buy holiday currency it ensures that the amount of money that you have out of the game does not affect your in game experience. So, with all of its premium services, is Habbo moving towards being a completely premium site?

Well, this is a worry for many users who enjoy playing Habbo today, and we can only wait to see how the introduction of the availability to purchase holiday currency will effect the free users of Habbo. Will this be a trend that will continue into the future?

Only time will tell!

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