FarmVille's Halloween item selection now bigger and better than ever

With just five days left until Halloween, Zynga has pulled out all of the stops to give you, the faithful farmer, everything you need to create a spooktacular farm for both your own and your neighbors' enjoyment this holiday. With that in mind, they have released one new Halloween-themed building and a whopping eight new decorations in tonight's item release, most of which were revealed in Monday's Item Showcase video which we told you about previously.

Meet us after the break to find out how to get your hands on all of these terrifyingly awesome new items.

While there was only one new building included in tonight's update, it deserves its time alone in the spotlight. Frankenstein's Lab is a menacing new structure that costs 42 Farm Cash. If you're into the haunted mansion or mad scientist genres at all, then this one is well worth the purchase.

Meanwhile, the eight decorations contain mostly new additions, but also two items that we first saw released last year. You can build a Halloween Train via a three-piece set (purchased individually) - the skeleton engine, a train car and a cart, or caboose. Altogether, you'll have to spend 32 Farm Cash and 120,000 coins to make this train yours, so make sure to check your pocketbook before making a purchase to make sure you can make your idea for a spooky train-ride a reality.

Other decorative items include both a Franken Gnome and Franken Bride Gnome, and a Ghostcrow scarecrow. Last year's items are the Jack-O'-Lantern trio, that flickers with an erie yellow/orange glow every few seconds, and a Dreadful Fence that would look absolutely fabulous around your Haunted House.

All of these items will only be available until Halloween proper, so be sure to shop fast if you want to have any real time to enjoy them on your farm before the holiday passes for another year.

Check out the rest of our Halloween 2010 coverage right here.

Will you pick up any of these new themed items for your farm? Are you happy to see so many retired items returning for another go around this year? Sound off in the comments. Add comment

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