Hi, it’s me again! I know, I know you’ve all been so excited to see me here again! Don’t worry, just kidding! Well, let’s get started. Recently, I thought to myself, “does everyone know those cool chat command sorta things?” The answer to that is a fat no, that is why I’m writing this article now!
I’m sure we’ve all heard of the famous Coffee House, it’s right there as a public room made by Habbo themselves. Well, I won’t be reviewing the Coffee House today per se. Instead, I’ll be reviewing a room many of you may not know about. This room is, however, connected to the Coffee House.
Rugby, rope climbing and long jumps are coming easy to some habbos in this week’s Back to School fansite event, but many have managed to fall at the last hurdle in our P.E themed penalty shootout, so here’s a quick (very crudely drawn by me, sorry!) how-to guide for the last room of the event.
PS: If you haven’t completed it yet, click here or search Mrs_Plant to enter the first room and give it a go. The badge will only be available for a couple more days!
One of the greatest things about Habbo is the fact you can log online and escape reality completely. Regardless of anything that may be happening in your life, entering the hotel can transform you into someone you thought you’d never be, someone you’ve always wanted to be, or someone other than you! That’s the beauty (and sometimes the scary thing) about Habbo. So, this is where this new monthly article comes into play!
Every month the Articles department will review a group from Habbo from all different areas of role playing to inspire you, our loyal readers, to join an agency or even create one of your own – and who knows, one day you might even be reviewed by us! September’s featured role playing group is one of the biggest army groups on the navigator. Any guesses?
The old, the new, and the new new. Habbo is a place where so many of us created alternate lives. Sometimes they’re very similar to our actual life, but other times they couldn’t be further from the truth. Now, I’m a Habbo from 2004. I left for about 7 to 8 years and the changes are something to marvel at.