on 11-12-2012 03:13 PM
I was reading an article on HomeStation Magazine about a new Pet Shop and Aquariam from Digital Leisure. It looks fantastic to be honest!
This is what Digital Leisure told them about it:
“The Pet Shop is the ultimate place to pick up the latest and greatest companions and aquatic items for you and your personal spaces. Just for coming by you’ll take home a free Goldfish Tank. This full interactive aquarium item allows you to feed your fish, clean your tank and rewards you for keeping them alive. Put it on display and customize it the way you want with more fish and decorations. There is a wide selection of aquatic life and ornaments to choose from. If that goldfish tank just isn’t big enough, there are even more tank sizes available! All of these can be previewed, and purchased, at the Pet Shop.
“The Pet Shop is not only home to our underwater friends, but there are cat and dog companions waiting for your attention and love. The shop also houses a Dancing Weasel companion that was created from The Casino’s custom home item contest.”
Have a look at the video here http://youtu.be/12M5CoLJgus
and check out the full article on http://www.hsmagazine.net/2012/12/digital-leisure-
on 11-12-2012 06:36 PM
on 11-12-2012 06:47 PM
on 11-12-2012 08:09 PM
I love Aquariums and will be picking definitely one of the biggest
Just wondering about the furniture slots it does use?!
11-12-2012 08:24 PM - edited 11-12-2012 08:36 PM
This was posted on the North American forums by Digital Leisure. Prices are in dollars. Blocks refers to funiture slots.
Hey guys. We're glad to see some excitement for this item. I'm going to explain a few things that people have questions on.
Firstly, The Pet Shop is a Public Space. Everyone can go there and check out the fish, and see the rewards. You can also buy bigger tanks and certain aquarium related items from the registers.
The dogs, the cats, and The Weez are all sidekicks. The Weez was designed with the help of WEASEL182. These guys can all be purchased at the registers as well.
Now in terms of blocks that are taken up. I know we all hate it when active items take up a lot of space, but we need to take up some blocks in order for our aquarium to function like a living, breathing, aquatic ecosystem. Each tank has a different set amount of blocks it will take up. The bigger the tank the more blocks it will take up. The reason behind this is because we wanted to make it so if you had a bigger tank, you could fill it with more fish and decorations, nobody wants a half empty tank. (Well maybe somebody does but we think a full tank looks much better.)
Here are the stats: (We made them as small as we could!)
FREE Goldfish bowl: 18 Blocks
$0.99 Small Aquarium Bundle: 18 Blocks
$4.99 Medium Aquarium Bundle: 19 Blocks
$9.99 Large Aquarium Bundle: 24 Blocks
$14.99 Deluxe Aquarium Bundle: 30 Blocks
$19.99 Ultimate Aquarium Bundle: 33 Blocks
- Note: This aquarium's size can be adjusted
Each of the bundles come with fish or decorations, or both.
And this as well.
This is what is inside the Ultimate Aquarium Bundle
1 Ultimate Tank
1 Pack of Fish
1 Pack of decorations
You must purchase all of the tanks seperately if you want all of the tanks. So if you want a small tank you must purchase the Small Aquarium Bundle. Then if you want the Ultimate Tank you must purchase the Ultimate Aquarium Bundle.
Here is a picture of the Ultimate Tank at it's maximum size. (NOTE: the decorations and fish may not be the ones that are included in the Bundle)
Sorry for the confusion. We know this aquarium was not included in the video.
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