FarmVille LE English Countryside Decorations: English Windmill, Green Creek, Flowery Well & More
A series of seven new decorative / building items were released in FarmVille this evening, with all seven being available in the current limited edition English Countryside item theme. All of these items can be purchased for either your Home Farm or your second farm, but remember, if you want the same item on both farms, you'll have to purchase two.
To start, there are two new buildings to purchase, in the form of the English Town Hall and the English Windmill. The Windmill is actually the more expensive of the two items (presumably because it animates), costing 20 Farm Cash to the English Town Hall's price of 15 Farm Cash. You'll gain a whopping 1500-2000 experience points for purchasing these items, so there's definitely some added incentive to do so if you even remotely like the look of them.
Meet us behind the break for a look at the true decorative items made available this evening.
For the new decorations, there are five items to choose from, with only one costing Farm Cash. That item is the Green Creek, which costs 18 Farm Cash, and features an animated, dark blue creek running through a bit of forest. This item carries on in the theme of items that look to contain a much larger scene than their footprints might otherwise indicate, as there's a lot going on in such a small space.
Some of the coin decorations are just as pretty, although definitely not as complex. There's a Flowery Archway that costs 20,000 coins, a Flowery Well (my favorite of this release) that goes for 80,000 coins, and then two general decorative items - the Hay Pile and Stone Bench which will set you back 2,000 and 10,000 coins each, respectively.
All of these items will be available in the game's store for the next two weeks, so shop fast to make sure you can stock up on all of the decorations you may ever want or need while they are still available. Now if you'll excuse me, my virtual pocketbook is screaming for a shopping trip, and I am going to oblige.
Which of these new decorative or building items is your favorite? What other English Countryside items have you been looking forward to but haven't seen yet? Let us know in the comments.