Treasure Isle developer Zynga released a new Relics system today, and also gave the in-game store a much needed redesign. A handful of new limited edition home island decorations have also been released.
All Treasure Isle players have been given the base of a new Tiki Relic to kick off the Relics system. After placing the (quite large!) base on their Home Island, players can click on it to see what items are needed to finish construction. In the case of the Tiki Relic, players will need one each of: Dye, Glue, Fire, Metal, and Oil. These items can be purchased for 1 Island Cash each, or players can make a Facebook wall post requesting one.
The best way to get these new materials is probably through digging, however. As players dig up maps, they will find the necessary relic materials through normal play.
Treasure Isle’s in-game store was also revamped this week. There are now seven major store categories running down the lefthand side, with subcategories running along the top. With more and more decorations and upgrades added every week, this should help treasure seekers better find the specific item they are looking for.
Finally, a collection of limited edition premium mini-islands have been released. These islands can be placed in the water surrounding a player’s home island. Each is for sale for 60 Island Cash and is only available for the next 7 days. In addition to allowing players to begin building a modest island chain, they also boost a player’s total max energy by +3. The new land masses are: Monkey Point, Pelican Cove, Sinking Beach, Lighthouse Bay, and Squid Island.