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Ravenwood Fair by Lolapps on Facebook

Ravenwood Fair by Lolapps on Facebook

Ravenwood Fair

The Renaissance feel of the Lolapps Ravenwood Fair game application is something of a "classical beauty." Yes, Cityville by Zynga on Facebook is very popular as well, but Ravenwood Fair has captured the hearts of a huge number of players including myself =) A free to play, massively multiplayer, browser based, gaming application. Ravenwood Fair is set in a forest of scary trees with critters and monsters hiding among the foliage. Chopping down these trees, crushing the rocks, and basically relieving the land of old growth to make way for your own burst of creativity! As your Fairgrounds come alive with games, buildings, wonders, and decorations, new visitors fly in to partake of the festivities =)

Friends and planning are the mainstays for many MMO browser based gaming apps and these rate high with Ravenwood Fair as well =)

Ravenwood Fair Overgrown

Leaving your Ravenwood Fair forest "overgrown" either will give you a bunch of resources when you chop the Scary Trees down, or just look all a clutter =)

Leaving your Ravenwood Fair forest "overgrown" either will give you a bunch of resources when you chop the Scary Trees down, or just look all a clutter =)

Ravenwood Friends and Where to Play

Finding a place to play Ravenwood Fair is easy =) Facebook, of course, is the largest site to begin playing and adding friends. But, Bebo and IMVU also offer this wonderfully fun game application as well. The option to go to Ravenwood Fair is there too, while still keeping connected with your Facebook friends =)

Being a good mate means helping tidy up your neighbors Fairgrounds by clearing some of the "Scary Tree" forest away, refilling the hot dog carts or churro stands, or emptying out the "Thunderboxes" =). My first choice is looking for any unruly roots to dig up for them. Your reward is great for lending your muscle to the chore list complete with experience stars, coin, logs, and various items needed for completion of building.

Signing up at Lolcats Forum is a sure way to locate like minded friends at Facebook, but you may find or start your own links at the Lolcats Forum for the other social network sites that support Ravenwood Fair.

Ravenwood Fair Help UR Neighbor

Digging roots, chopping trees, fighting monsters, or refilling games are few of the list of chores to do to help your neighbors keep their Fairs operational.

Digging roots, chopping trees, fighting monsters, or refilling games are few of the list of chores to do to help your neighbors keep their Fairs operational.

Ravenwood Fair Tips

OK, some helpful Ravenwood Fair by Lolapps tips:

If you build it, they will come, more "Fun" equals more visitors and quests =)

Any space not covered with a building, game, decoration, etc. will begin to grow back the Scary Trees that you had chopped down. You will need a section just for that or your avenue to get resources will dwindle too low. Leave a space open just for tress to grow back. (I made this mistake by cutting all my trees and then covering up the spaces with dirt paths or grass. Then, I ran out of of building resources).

Your space is your own, build it as incredible as you wish.

Once you complete a quest, if you do not want that decoration, game, or building to remain in your Fair due to space constraints or you just don't care for it, place it in your storage or sell it.

Buildings and Games only add to the "Fun" if they are stocked so keep them stocked will keep the visitors at your Fair.

Keep your protectors stocked to comfort your scared visitors. Visitors get scared from the monsters in the Scary Trees growing in your forest.

The monsters in the Fair like the Crittle Bear, Grock, Vulture, or Domovoi just need to be clicked on (just like cutting down a Scary Tree) to be killed. You may need to click them more than once.

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Ravenwood Fair Items and Fun Factor

The seasonal "limited" items at Ravenwood Fair are some of the best looking items in game =) The Apple Bob, Pilgrim House, Winter Candle Pine, Gad's Hill Place, Great Feast Table, Love Bench, and Santa's Workshop are just a few of the examples. Now, you will need the corresponding seasonal "gift" items to obtain these awesome buildings, games, decorations, and goodies. Gifts like Hearts, Muskets, Acorns, and Wedding Bouquets. Just send them on to your awesome Ravenwood Fair friends and they will send them back to you (most will).

The fun factor at Ravenwood Fair is a clever system for leveling purposes. The height of your "fun" level dictates what levels you can obtain in game, for example you need a "Fun" factor of 609,000 to reach level 20. The "Fun" factor is also the guide to receive new visitors to your Fair which bring you new quests to preform. From the start of your adventure, you will be given new quests to perform like purchase a new game, or collect a certain amount of crystals (crystals can be found by breaking up the rocks or by friends sending them), or building a certain building. The quests keep you focused and introduce you to new items and even more fun.

Apple Bob, Briggs (the snowman), and Gads Hill Place are some of the awesome items found in this snapshot.

Apple Bob, Briggs (the snowman), and Gads Hill Place are some of the awesome items found in this snapshot.

Ravenwood Fair You Choose

It is Your Fair =) Choose to design it busy ...

It is Your Fair =) Choose to design it busy ...

Or Colorful .... or however you wish =)

Or Colorful .... or however you wish =)

Coming Soon: Ravenstone Mine!

Ravenstone Mine should be the answer to many players wishes for the lack of Crystals. Hopefully this will be another area to gain resources, let's cross our fingers!

Ravenstone Mine should be the answer to many players wishes for the lack of Crystals. Hopefully this will be another area to gain resources, let's cross our fingers!

Comments

Wavecritter (author) from Cocoa Beach, Florida on February 27, 2011:

Ravenwood Fair is one of my top favorites for application games .... great friends, addicting game =)

scubadoggy on February 22, 2011:

Another great game hub, it looks good, thanks!

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