Farmville Haunted House

October 6, 2010 by USA Post 

Farmville Haunted House, After playing FarmVille over a year – one thing is certain. Holidays are the best time of year in the game because there are lots of holiday-themed items, and at least one of them you said “I gotta have it!” To me, this year, this is the new FarmVille Haunted House, which was published a few farmers before it was disabled due to a glitch.

If you get the Haunted House, you know it is a constructible point and you will need to collect building materials to complete your claim mansion, where you will be able to afford to farm cash or collect your neighbors Farmville. (Note fast side – this building has a large footprint (3.5 x 2), so you’ll need to clear eight plots to make it fit in your farm.)

The Haunted House can be implemented three times – disturbing, scary, and chilling – and you need bricks, nails and wood planks for each step. Here’s what you need for each stage:

Step 1 (Eerie): 8 bricks, nails, boards

Phase 2 (scary): 10 bricks, nails, boards

Phase 3 (shudder): 12 bricks nail tips

If you do some quick match, which means you’ll need 30 of each item – so you get the best collection. Another tip – you can also use the special delivery packages you may have stored to help you do the job faster.

Once the haunted house is complete, you will be able to collect candy every 24 hours and you’ll be able to collect sweets from the haunted houses of your neighbors every 24 hours as well. The amount of the booty of candy you will depend on the level of the house.

Candy 1: Eerie

Scary: 2 Candy

Chilling: 3 Candy

To date, the haunted house is always off in the game and the few lucky ones who have hung in the beginning he was able to get to work. However, do not let that stop you from collecting all the nails, planks and bricks you need – then the haunted house once again shows you’re ready.

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