It’s been less than a month since the Beta client first launched and a week since the discontinuation of Flash – how time flies…
In that time we’ve seen a lot of myths, rumours and misinformation flying about. In this article, I’m going to try to get to the bottom of some of those things and get you the right information.
The old HC furni system is back!
In Habbo2020 we will see the return of the old Habbo Club system with brand new HC furni!
Read on for more information….
Have you heard? Recycling furni is making a comeback!
That’s right. A feature to recycle our unwanted furni will make an appearance in Habbo2020. Although the most recent version of recycling was the Furni-matic, the “Ecotron” was certainly the most memorable, and the widely used term for furni recycling. But what IS the Ecotron?
Read on to find out..
Habbo2020: Our first taste of the User Interface
Last Saturday, I got access to the Beta for the first time. If you don’t know anything about this, where have you been?! Next month Habbo will be launching their ‘2020’ client. While most of the features are pretty similar, it’s a huge change from what we have now and is certainly going to take some getting used to.
It’s definitely a mobile-first design, but is it totally unusable?
In this article, you’ll be able to see some of my first impressions of the new hotel – particularly around the designs & icons that make up the user interface (UI) and how rooms are looking.
Read on to find out more!
Habbo2020: ‘Donations’ and the future of Fansite events
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll be very aware of the changes that are due to take effect within our beloved Habbo. Currently, several new taxes are in the spotlight and many users on Habbo and Twitter have been voicing their opinions on the matter. Some of those taxes include: marketplace tax, vault tax, donation tax… and more.
This is a feature that is absolutely necessary in the absence of trading, and unless implemented with the operations of fansites or similar communities in mind, will cause dire effects on the future of our events…
We’ve done the math, and it’s honestly shocking. Running a fansite in the same way as we currently do is going to cost a lot more.
Read on to find out how.