upjers launches further Christmas campaigns – My Little Farmies, My Free Zoo, and My Fantastic Park receive winter-Items.
Developers and publishers of free-to-play browser games upjers have sent their graphic artists on an internship with Santa himself, and are now offering all Christmas freaks truly marvelous events. For one week, all players of My Fantastic Park, My Little Farmies and My Free Zoo will be able to decorate their theme parks, farms and zoos with Christmas items, and win unique items in the process.
On My Fantastic Park, players can now choose from a variety of seasonal decorations. With the aid of gingerbread men (and women), extra large Christmas trees, sleighs filled with presents or frozen lakes, they will be able to turn their amusement parks into veritable winter wonderlands. Once the campaign has ended, all participants will receive the rewards they managed to unlock. First prize: the brand-new attraction “enchanted tower”.
My Free Zoo also lets its players gather decoration points in the form of gifts. Needless to say, they, too, have a large variety of items at hand: among others, Santa statues, giant gifts, or seasonal archways are offered for sale. Among the prizes are a Matryoshka as well as a new animal species: Santa’s best friend, the reindeer, is looking for a new home on My Free Zoo. These extraordinary prizes can only be gained via the Christmas campaign.
Of course, the array of Christmas decoration is equally large on My Little Farmies (https://en.upjers.com/my-little-farmies). Here, players can find tasty a gingerbread houses, a pile of presents, or a family of snowmen in their farm-shops. A lavishly placed assortment of Christmas decorations will gain players equally amazing rewards after one week’s time, such as a reindeer, a wishing well card-piece, and a second reindeer for breeding. Plus, My Little Farmies’ players can now secure themselves a new bonus item. Ideally suited to the cold season, the mangalitsa-pig has arrived as new addition to the players’ medieval farms. Bred mainly in Hungary, the Mangalitsa sports a curly coat, and is thus perfectly equipped for the cold weather. Plus, it will gain players more wool than the sheep available on My Little Farmies.