Posts Tagged ‘ Happy Pets

Happy Pets 12 Days of Christmas Event Begins

Christmas is the time for giving, even in the world of social games. Crowdstar is showing their giving spirit today, announcing a special Happy Pets 12 Days of Christmas event.

The event itself is pretty simple. Starting Tuesday, December 14th, each day for the next 12 days players logging in to Happy Pets will receive a free Christmas themed item. At the end of the 12th day, (12/25 – Christmas Day) players that have collected all the freebies will receive one final bonus: a Mini Multi-Glow Elf Cat.

Players can RSVP for the event here, but note you don’t need to in order to receive the free gifts.

Happy Pets Adds Dragons

Happy Pets developer Crowdstar adds new pet species to the game on a regular basis, but few are quite as cool as this. Six pet dragons are now for sale in the Happy Pets store!

The dragons can only be purchased with FB$, and are currently for sale for $4.60. Their standard price is $6.60, however. The six dragon varieties are: White Fable, Blue Legend, Red Legend, Brown Fable, Green Mythic, and Black Mythic.

In addition to the standard differences in coloring, these dragons also can come with horns in different sizes and shapes.

Happy Pets Introduces Chickens

Happy Pets developer Crowdstar has been busy. In addition to Iguanas, the company also introduced another new pet this week: Chickens! Like Horses and Dinosaurs, players must first complete construction of a new building before being allowed to keep chickens as pets, however.

The new Chicken Coop building costs 800 coins to purchase. Players must then enlist the help of their friends to finish construction. Players need 40 construction materials in total. 5 each of: Screwdriver, Screws, Saw horse, Tape Measure, Hinges, Chicken Wire, Rake, and Saw. Players can request these materials by making a Facebook wall post, and they are also available on the Happy Pets free gifts tab.

Once the Chicken Coop is constructed, players can then keep Chickens as pets! So far, the available chicken colors are: White, Yellow, Brown, Cerulean, Red, Purple, Pink, and Black.

Happy Pets Adds Iguanas

Lizard fans, rejoice! Happy Pets developer Crowdstar has finally added Iguanas. Right now, Iguanas are a premium-only pet and can only be purchased with FB$, but we suspect that down the line high-level players will be able to purchase Iguanas for coins.

The available iguana varieties are: Yellow, Hot Ice, Terra, Black, Blue, White, and Pink. They range in price from $4 to $5.

It is worth noting that this isn’t technically the Iguana’s Happy Pets debut. Players could previously receive a Red Iguana at random from a trapped mystery pet promotion. The Iguana prize was particularly rare, however.

Happy Pets Introduces Shadow Pet Basket

Happy Pets developer Crowdstar introduced a new version of the tried-and-true “mystery pet” formula today, in the form of a new shy pet basket.

Players can find the basket in their main living room. To get the pet that is inside, players can make a Facebook wall post, asking for their friends’ help. Once seven friends have given their “blessing,” the players will receive one of six brand new pets. Five are all-black pets Crowdstar is calling “Shadow Pets,” and the last is an exclusive variety of Triceratops. The five Shadow Pet varieties are: Hamster, Parrot, Rabbit, Gerbil, and Ferret.

Players that don’t want to bother their friends can also pay $29.80 to automatically earn their pet.

Happy Pets Introduces New Albino Pets

Happy Pets developer Crowdstar has introduced new a new Albino Siamese Cat and Doberman Dog. To purchase these pets with coins, players will first need to meet the neighbor requirements – 9 neighbors for the puppy, and 11 for the kitten. If players have enough neighbors, both pets can be purchased for 15,500 coins.

Both of these pets have made brief appearances in the past, as a mystery animal or a trapped pet. But now they are considerably easier to obtain.

Happy Pets Now Selling Random Dogs

Just like the random cats Crowdstar introduced last week, players can now purchase a randomly generated dog from the Happy Pets store. Interestingly, the random dog is quite a bit cheaper – $9.80, compared to $15 for the cat.

Every time a player clicks the “adopt” button underneat the random dog, a new dog is created with random coloring and features. Players can repeat this process as many times as they like, until a puppy is created that is to their liking.

We wouldn’t be surprised to see more random pet generators introduced in the coming weeks.

Happy Pets Now Selling Random Cat Designs

Happy Pets developer Crowdstar seems to have devised the ultimate solution for players that want a unique cat design. A new Random Cat option has been added to the Happy Pets store!

When players click on the Random Cat store icon, the game automatically generates a unique, multi-colored cat. Players can then adopt the cat for $15 if they like the design. If players don’t like the kitten that was created, they can back out and click the random option again to see an entirely new kitten.

Some of the new random kitties can be pretty ugly – a random mish-mash of clashing colors and designs. But it didn’t take us very many tries for the random generator to create a very cute-looking purple kitten with yellow paws. Players can create kitten designs randomly as many times as they like until they uncover the perfect combination.

Happy Pets Releases Pet Replicator

Cloning technology might not be practical in real life, but that hasn’t stopped Crowdstar from rolling out the feature in Happy Pets. It makes sense, considering that this is a game that allows people to keep bears, dinosaurs, unicorns, and other fantastical creatures.

The feature is pretty simple. Players can purchase a Pet Replicator for $12, and use it on any pet they own. The player will then receive an exact copy of that pet in their Gift Box. The price might be a little high, but Happy Pets is full of rare, very limited pets. This replicator is the only way to receive a copy of a pet that is no longer for sale.

Happy Pets Adds Seven More Rooms

Happy Pets developer Crowdstar doesn’t mess around when it comes to giving players more space. They don’t dole our rooms and yards one at a time, and make players jump through tons of hoops to unlock access. Oh no. They just dump loads of space on players all at once.

This philosophy was on full display today, when four more indoor rooms and three more outdoor yards were released in Happy Pets. This brings the total number of indoor and outdoor spaces to an impressive 23, if you count the attic and nursery.

The new yards unlock at level 65, 75, and 85. The new rooms unlock at level 80, 90, 100, and 110. Players can also pay some Facebook Credits to unlock access early.