Do you want to own an Antique Clock for your Monaco theme? Well, Hide & Seek is back, and that is the prize this time! If you are new to YoVille or have never played before, this is what you have to do. It’s simple:
When you click on the Hide & Seek icon at the bottom of your game screen, you will get this pop-up.
Then, when you look in your inventory you will find a small, hideable Antique Clock, which looks like this:
The next step is to edit a room and hide the Antique Clock. You may hide it under a lot of items to make it hard to find, but Agent Alby has decided to put it somewhere out in the open to make it easy to find.
Click save and then send your friends a post to give them a chance to come into your home to search for it. Your friends can then click on the feed posted on your wall for them to pop over to your place an attempt to seek out the Antique Clock in the room in which you have hidden it. They will have just 15 seconds in which to find the Antique Clock. If they fail to find it, you will earn a point.
Once you start seeking, you can open your Hide and Seek progress icon where you will see on the right friends who hidden their Antique Clock and are ready for you to seek it out.
When you are ready to start, you will be put in edit mode in your friend’s home and you will be able to move furniture around in search for the Antique Clock. If you are able to find it, you earn a point (you need 15 in all) and if you do not succeed to find it within the 15 seconds, you will get a box, saying that you were unsuccessful.
If you wish to have help in gaining another turn, click the ‘Ask Friends’ button and once again you will be able to go in and search.
After successfully completing 5 points for Hiding and 15 points for Seeking, You will find the Antique Clock in your inventory to keep!
Will you be taking part in this hide and seek event? Do you like the prize you received once finishing all requirements? Will you be keeping your prize if you win? Please share with us in the comment box below. We’d love to hear from you!
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