These are not new items, if you’ve been a long time shopper @ Love Soul, but if you have never been or haven’t been in a long time you’ll wanna go and try to win these adorable Halloween items.
If you don’t know what a mini-mania is, its a board that requires so many unique clicks before it randomly selects someone who clicked the board as a winner. That winner will get whatever is pictured on the board.
You can only click once until it has reached max clicks.
After a winner is selected and the counter is reset you can go click again.
These will only be out for a limited time so be quick in your clicks😀
The Japanese skin and clothing store Snow White is having a store-wide mini-hunt for the month of October. There are four tiny pumpkins hidden in the store and the surrounding area (including the little house next to the store). Buy them for $L0 each to get a full witch outfit, a preview of which is shown on the store blog.
For hints about where to find these tiny pumpkins, head inside the store and click on the hunt sign to get a notecard. (Don’t worry, the hints are in English!)
For a complete bilingual (English and Japanese) guide to the hunt, see my blog here.
In short, the hunt consists of knocking on doors that are adjacent to each shop stall. Trick or treat at the SIM every day to collect all of the hunt prizes!
Each day (beginning at 9 am SLT), only a certain number of those doors (typically two) will open. The prizes are free for that day only. If you miss getting a day’s door have no fear, you can purchase them the next day for 50l.
When the door opens, a text input box will appear via script in the upper right corner of your screen. Enter “trick or treat” into the box to get your prize.
There are tons of shop stalls (three levels of them, to be exact), so knocking on all of the doors every day isn’t an efficient strategy. Fortunately, the event creators are kind enough to offer hints about which doors to knock. These hints can be found around the SIM.
In the example below (which is for October 1st), the posters indicate that you should knock on two doors:
One of these doors belongs to a shop that “is lined,” that has decorative ghosts, and that sells pumpkin carriages.
The other door belongs to a shop that has a Japanese decoration motif, sells hair, and sells its wares in delicious looking boxes.