CityVille: Ring in the New Year with limited edition items for your city

Are you ready to end 2011 and bring in the new year with a bang? Zynga hopes that "bang" includes spending plenty of money in CityVille, as it has released a new theme of New Year's items in the game's store allowing you to do just that. There's a new crop, homes, decorations and more that are now available, so let's jump right into the full list.

Palatial Palace (Home)
  • Costs: 50 City Cash
  • Population: 2,750 - 5,050
  • Rent: 154 coins every hour

Snowboard Course (Community Building)
  • Costs: 70 City Cash
  • Allows: 5,000 citizens added to max population cap

High End Clothing Shop
  • Costs: 64 City Cash
  • Requires: 425 Goods
  • Earns: 2,176 coins

2012 Sculpture
  • Costs: 11 City Cash
  • Payout bonus: 11%; bonus 11% to New Year's items

Chili Peppers
  • Costs: 2 City Cash per square
  • Harvest Time: Instant
  • Produces: 180 Goods per square

Shiny Chateau (Home)
  • Costs: 45 City Cash
  • Population: 850 - 1,690
  • Rent: 20 coins every five minutes

Metallic Mansion (Home)
  • Costs: 80 City Cash
  • Population: 2,500 - 4,500
  • Rent: 304 coins every hour

Late Night Snack Shop
  • Costs: 20,000 coins
  • Requires: 260 Goods
  • Earns: 1,445 coins

Space Age Cottage (Home)
  • Costs: 55,000 coins
  • Population: 260 - 500
  • Rent: 19 coins every five minutes

  • Costs: 27 City Cash
  • Payout Bonus: 27%; extra 27% to New Year's items

High Tech House
  • Costs: 95,000 coins
  • Population: 340 - 670
  • Rent: 314 coins every day

Romantic Resolution
  • Costs: 10,000 coins
  • Payout Bonus: 2%; extra 2% to New Year's items

Personally, I would be shocked if we didn't see at least one more set of New Year's themed items released in the store before all is said and done, but we'll make sure to let you know when any new items (regardless of theme) launch it the store as soon as we can.

What do you think of these New Year's items released in CityVille? Will you splurge on any of the City Cash items, or will you stick to those that only cost coins? Sound off in the comments.
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