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Creative BOO Time

It is more than a month until Halloween. The treats are already for sale in the stores. I know this for a fact because I had to buy some Mounds candy bars–to test the quality, you know.

Halloween is not my favorite holiday, but I do enjoy creative use of the holiday. And today, Supercell’s interactive game, Hay Day, has demonstrated its Halloween spirit. (Yes, I am a Hay Day addict; don’t judge me!)

The cows are sporting witch hats. The pigs have been mummified.
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The goats are channeling Dracula. The sheep are mere ghosts of themselves.
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The chickens have become pumpkins!
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Something scary in the mine tunnel.
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And an eerie mist rolls across the farm fields.
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Kudos to the Hay Day creative team!

UPDATE
Apparently Hay Day jumped the gun and accidently displayed the Halloween theme too early. The cuties are now gone. But Supercell says they will return in due time. Bwahhaha.

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Comments on: "Creative BOO Time" (3)

  1. Supercell already removed it and apologized for the erroneous early release. Classy to own up to their error.
    I remember all those candy bars, except Mary Jane. Unless you are referring to marijuana. Probably not.

  2. I’m surprised they’re going to back out the Hallowe’en changes they made. Hallowe’en is a big deal now, second only to Christmas in dollars spent. And yes, the chicken characters are cute.

    Mmm, Hallowe’en candy! Except candy corn. Yuk. Mom liked it, so we always had it around during the Hallowe’en season. I liked the miniature candy bars, especially the ones I only saw around Hallowe’en, like Oh Henry!, Mr. Goodbar, Heath bars, Charleston Chew, Bit O’Honey… and Dum-Dum lollipops and Mary Janes. Remember those? Tasted like peanut butter.

  3. i’m not a fan of games but those are really cute updates!

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