FarmVille: New England items released as one day only Birthday Classics

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FarmVille's set of Birthday Classics has just transitioned from the previously released Swiss theme to New England. For the next 24 hours, you'll be able to choose from a multitude of new and re-released items, all in the New England theme. This theme was first available back in late July of last year, so if you're new to the game, make sure to give all of them a once or twice over to see if there's anything you wouldn't mind adding to your farm(s).

Meet us behind the break for a complete look at the re-released and new items in the New England Birthday Classics release.


Here's a complete rundown of the New England Birthday Classics theme:

Trees:

Honey Locust Tree - 5 Farm Cash
Black Locust Tree - 10 Farm Cash

The Black Locust Tree comes from a Honey Locust Mystery Seedling. Both trees are mastered after 75/150/225 harvests for each star, respectively.

Animals:

Black Bear Cub - 22 Farm Cash
Gray Fox Kit - 20 Farm Cash
Miniature Horse - 26 Farm Cash
Morgan Horse - 24 Farm Cash

Buildings:

Coastal Home - 36 Farm Cash
Crab Shack - 350,000 coins
Delicate Cottage - 38 Farm Cash

Decorations:

Cliff - 70,000 coins
Cliff II - 60,000 coins
Coastal Beach - 16 Farm Cash
Flower Bridge - 42 Farm Cash
Goldfinch Birds - 14 Farm Cash
Hydrangea - 10,000 coins
Nelly Moser (decorative tree) - 50,000 coins
New Carousel - 38 Farm Cash
Trawler Gnome - 18 Farm Cash
White Lawn Chairs - 20,000 coins

Again, all of these items will only be available in the game's store for 24 hours, including the trees, which means you'll need to shop fast to make sure you don't lock yourself out of these two Tree Mastery signs (or, at least that of the Honey Locust Tree). We'll make sure to let you know which limited edition theme is re-released tomorrow evening, so keep checking back.

What do you think of these New England re-released items? Are you going to stock up on the two Locust trees or small flower decorations, or have you been saving Farm Cash for large buildings like the Coastal Home? Let us know in the comments.
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