Tuesday, 17 January 2012

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EXCLUSIVE | Treasure Chest Preview

Here is a sneak peek at one of the more special items that we believe will drop within the next The Sims Social update, Adventure Week.

The Treasure Chest is planned to cost 69 SimCash and should boost House Value by around +10,200. From the actions and images we have managed to find, it seems like the SimCash cost may well be worth it.

It seems that your Sim will be able to attempt to open the new Treasure Chest at the cost of Energy, attempt being the key word. We believe your Sim will either fail and not be able to open it at all, successfully open the Treasure Chest and receive unknown goodies (Probably Ingredients, Social Points, Simoleons, Energy and who knows, maybe SimCash?) or open it to find a slithery beast that will scare your Sim back into their jungle surroundings.

Adventure Week seems to be gearing up to be great from what we've seen so far. You can view the rest of The Sims Social Unreleased Adventure Week Items here!

Please remember that any details given regarding Unreleased Items are only correct at the time we receive them. Price, actions and rewards etc can be changed by the developers before they are released into The Sims Social online Facebook game or even not released at all. We are just trying to provide everyone with the information we know, so that you can be prepared if you fancy it.

Do you like the look of the new Adventure Week Treasure Chest? What do you think the treasures inside will be? Will you be purchasing the mysterious red box? Let us know your thoughts via our Fansite Facebook PageForum, Chat Room or by simply leaving a short constructive Comment below.

19 comments:

  1. WOW its so nice but i cant afford it :(

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  2. yet another goal, for sim cash!!!!!!, with the riddles from Alice theme and this !!!, i think one more greedy attempt to extort money for a game, and i will stop playing, like hundreds of others , who are getting a little tired of the greed

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  3. I wonder how long before the actions change. The problem with getting something with sims cash is that when actions are changed or even eliminated as previously experienced, you lose actual money.

    Zahira

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  4. Sounds awesome!

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  5. Simcash item..me likey!!..... oh wait

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  6. yes it seems like more and more items are taking Sims cash. It is too hard to compete on the same level if you don't spend the real cash, think its time to look for a new game.

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  7. so much for free gaming, damn sim's cash. they could at least make a way for us to EARN some!

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  8. I will never have that much SimCash because I do not spend real money on games. Unfair, again.

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  9. looks neat but will not buy bc its sim cash

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  10. Zahira hit the nail on the head. If there are any great benefits discovered from this item, they will be removed, like the soltrain bed that gave out plenty of goodwill and social points to neighbors for no energy. Can't risk 69 SimCash on that even if I had it. At least with the book of riddles I know what I'm getting.

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  11. Greenleigh takanawa17 January 2012 01:19

    awesome...but...i am not getting this!

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  12. It's not greedy to ask for real money for items - free-to-play games aren't free to make, after all.

    I do think the sims needs to revise how they go about obtaining the money, though. I know I find myself blowing a lot more simcash when the cost seems low - $40 to buy 2 in-game items is excessive to the point of ridiculousness. EA may want to take some cues from Zynga's insidious pricing scheme.

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  13. screw it. no interest whatsoever.

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  14. Thats the things its EA they are greedy when it comes to cash, same goes with all F2P games they bring out they want you spending more and more cash to fill there pockets

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  15. Oh LOOK, yet another item for SimCash. It's outrageous how the items in this game are priced to begin with, it shouldn't cost the average player $20 just to get one VIRTUAL ITEM. $20?!?!? For a PRETEND igloo, or a PRETEND gazebo? And this treasure chest will run about $10. REALLY?!?!

    For as much as the high-priced SimCash items cost and the perks and advantages they supposedly will have, they better hop right out of the game kiss me first before they screw me over for my money. ;)

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  16. So there's no guarantee that it will open?

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  17. I'm a cash player but 69 gold for some goodies or maybe no goodies at all, + the cost of energy...

    No way...

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  18. When the game first started it was cheap to play but like Zynga, Rockyou and other companies they get you caught up in the game and then bam! Here comes if you want to play you have to pay! No more buying items for me!

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  19. CNN did a story about online games and the average person spends $1000
    a year on them. They did not mention sims social, but farmville was mentioned. I could see this being possible because this could easily turn into a $100 a month habit. That is too much money even if you are using your mad money. I am not saying not to spend any money on the game but cut it down to at lest $25-50 a month (using your mad money). I don't like snakes so I may pass on this item. I'll leave the creepy stuff for the creepy people to enjoy.

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