An end-of-the-month limited that’s cost Habbos 99,000 credits in 3 minutes. Woof woof.
That’s right, at 750c apiece the 132 dogs in the collection cost nearly 100k across the hotel, and it took less time to sell out than Kris Jenner’s decision to market her own daughter’s sextape.
The bright and shiny traditional good luck charm that symbolises Children’s Day in Japan has arrived at our hotel… Yay?
Whack “Read More” to see what it’s like and a little bit about the real thing.
Hey Habby people, how you doing? Hope you’re sitting down, because this latest release is causing some heart attacks already. Whack that tasty “read more” button to see why.
I have been hyped like a little child for the Tokyo furniture to be released, I am a big fan of the Japanese culture and media.
But does the furniture live up to my expectations? Is it worth a buy to get the new bundle? What does the Habbo public think of this new bundle?
I have been out in the field to get answer to these questions so put on your favorite anime soundtrack, get the sushi out and click read more.
The first rare item from the new Tokyo range is a little unusual in that it’s a wearable but NOT a hairdo or hat as most rare wearables seem to be! Nope, this time we have an adorable kittycat that you can carry around with you and put all your shopping in, just like a real cat. What. Shut up no you said it.