Restaurant City goes ancient with Aztec Week items - now available in the store!
Ever wanted to travel back into the 1300's and visit the Aztecs? Well, now you can (or, you can at least pretend that you are), by taking part in Restaurant City's new Aztec Week of items.
Playfish has launched the full selection of items in-game this evening, and we have the round-down on the available items, that can be found after the break.
This week's theme interestingly contains items inspired by both the Aztecs and the Mayans. You can pick up both Aztec and Mayan varieties of seating (either traditional and modern, but with traditional patterns, or the actual rocky, ancient items), as well as both a Mayan or Aztec table. A lovely and intricate Aztec calendar item can be added to your restaurant's wall for 8000 coins, and you can 4 Playfish Cash on an even more elaborate (and golden) wall Sundial.
You can add Shaman waiter figures and a Chieftain Maitre-D figure to your restaurant for Playfish Cash, and you can purchase both golden, or simply stone divider pieces for coins. There are lots of sculptural items to choose from, both golden and regular, along with three more figures, each representing a different member of a Pan Pipe band.
For the flooring and wallpaper options, you have three floor tiles to choose from (brown, red, and gold/orange), each one with an ancient symbol in the center, while the trio of new wallpaper options is just as bright and complex, with two pieces going for Playfish Cash and the third being a horizontal striped pattern that goes for 2000 coins.
Finally, there are some bathroom and outdoor items available in this theme, in the form of an Aztec Toilet and Sink, along with four different types of Jungle Plants, that can be placed both indoors to add more of a feeling of nature to your restaurant's dining room, or outside in your garden.
For a full look at all of the newly available items, either head into your game's store, where you'll find these new items available to purchase, or head over to the Restaurant City Blog.
Are you going to decorate your restaurant to match this exotic new theme? Let us know in the comments.