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Aug 062011
 

A “Thank you!” to Loren, Paul, Kellie and Greycloak for contributing to this article.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. Here’s a gifter for the new Serving Susie project. This is an alternative way of completing the project, which many people seem to prefer. The gifter part is towards the middle of this post, after a lot of explanations that I would appreciate you reading.

Woah! Susie is SO FAST that she will pick up that fallen food well within the 6-second rule! Enjoy floor food!

All this does is allow you to serve all the dishes that are sitting on your stoves, in just one click. Well, “just one click” + having to build it + 6 crew members (similar to the ice cream cart). All this just to replace something we’ve been doing  manually for years. It’s a good thing for Susie that she’s so stinking cute.

Actually, she looks like me when I was younger and still putting myself through college.  Wild red hair and crazy eyes? Yep.

Zynga! How did you KNOW?!?!

 

 

Anyway, you would have to send “ask for” type requests from inside the game to specific friends and hope and hope some more that you picked the right type of friends that would respond to your request.

Instead, you can use this by linking it to your wall, and asking in general that any available friends send you whatever part you happen to need. This is how I use gifters like this. I link it, ask for whatever part, and remove it from my wall as soon as I get what I need, then repost it, and ask for a different part.. remove it when I get the parts I need.. etc etc. Alternatively, you can just use this to gift the parts to your friends.

Instructions:

  1. Select the picture of the item that you want to gift. A new window/tab will open. (It may take a minute or two to fully load – that’s a problem in Cafe World and not something I can control)
  2. Select the friends that you wish to receive the gift.
  3. If you need to send different parts, come back here and select a different gift.
  4. Share this page with your friends!

Heat Lamp

Steel Plates

Countertops

Nuts and Bolts

I hope you find this useful!


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