Whether you love or hate Zynga, no one can say that the developer isn't offering ample opportunity for players to celebrate Valentine's Day in FarmVille. Not only has the store already started to shine with all shades of pink, purple, and red, but even more new items in the limited edition Valentine's Day theme have been released this evening - this time in the form of four new decorative items.
I have some good news and some bad news however. The good news is that users who only like to spend coins will have something to purchase, but the bad news is that it's only one item out of these four, as the other three are premium (read: Farm Cash only). The coin-only item is the Valentine Teddy, a large white teddy bear wearing a top hat and holding a rose. The Valentine Teddy costs 50,000 coins, and will reward you with 500 experience points for purchasing him.
Meanwhile, the Farm Cash items are those that we gave you a sneak peek of just a few days ago. They are the Romantic Coach (a horse-drawn carriage), the Valentine Snowman, and the Venus Gnome. At the time of our sneak peek, we didn't know how much these items would cost if they were ultimately released in the store (as they of course have been), but we now know that the Romantic Coach will set you back 18 Farm Cash, the Valentine Snowman costs 20 Farm Cash, and the Venus Gnome costs 12 Farm Cash.
All of these items offer an equivalent number of experience points based on the purchase price. That is, the Venus Gnome rewards 1200 experience points, as it costs 12 Farm Cash, and so on. Also, it should be noted that when you purchase the Valentine Snowman from the store, you are purchasing a complete, pink, male snowman. You won't need to built it from scratch like with the original white snowman - you'll simply receive this very festive, dancing snowman in one piece to add to your farm.
All of these limited edition decorations will be available in the game for the next 18 days. In that time, it's likely that Zynga will release even more themed items into the game, and you'll be the first to know if and when they do.
Check out the rest of our Valentine's Day coverage right here.
Is your farm overflowing with all things love-related, or are you opting out of the festivities of this theme? Which of these items is your favorite so far? Let us know in the comments.