CityVille Get Noodle-ing & Time to Go Lunar Goals: Everything you need to know

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As we told you over the weekend, Zynga has launched a Chinese / Lunar New Year themed set of missions in CityVille, the first of which rewarded you with the ability to purchase a new Noodle Shop from the store. Now, two more missions are available called "Get Noodle-ing" and "Time to Go Lunar," with the first requiring you to, you guessed it, purchase a Noodle Shop for your town.

There are two other tasks to complete as well. You can't simply build the Noodle Shop, but you must also collect from it a total of five times. You'll also need to mail your Lunar New Year presents at the Post Office (or simply collect the bonus from the Post Office two times).

The Noodle Shop itself can be purchased from the store for 4,000 coins, and it requires 90 Goods to operate. Simply wait for those goods to run out five times and you'll have this goal finished. The reward for this mission is a Dragon Dancers item. You can share free goods with your friends on your wall.

Meet us behind the break for a look at the second of these two goals.

Time to Go Lunar is an entirely different quest - the third (in total) of the new Lunar New Year mission series. Just like those before it, this one requires you to complete three tasks:

Ask friends for 8 Red Envelopes
Have 1 Lunar Gate
Click on 20 Neighbor Businesses

In other words, you'll need to visit at least four neighbors, clicking on their businesses to send tour buses. The Lunar Gate, meanwhile, can be purchased from the store for 4,000 coins. It will provide a bonus payout to surrounding structures of 3%. Once you finish this mission, you'll receive the Fireworks Shop, which can be stocked with 100 Goods.

As of this writing, this is as far as the Chinese / Lunar New Year set of missions goes, but we'll be sure to let you know if Zynga adds additional quests or items to the game in the future.

What do you think of these two goals? Will you focus on these goals first, or will you try to tackle any older goals before moving on? Let us know in the comments.
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