Tricks, Treats, and the Ghost CaravanEditThe "ghost caravan" was an old-fashioned car, possibly a hearse, outfitted with a haunted house, which was parked in the parking lot. Inside the ghost caravan, players were greeted by Lucy, a girl who was willing to trade prizes in exchange for baby bats. Several prizes were laid out in a line, silhouetted and locked. An eyeball was perched above the prizes and began at the center of the line-up. When the eyeball's limited field of vision touched a prize, the prize was illuminated and unlocked for purchase. Players could shift the eyeball along the line to the right by submitting tricks or to the left by submitting treats.
Players acquired tricks and treats by performing normal habitat upkeep activities (feeding, grooming, etc.) and it was also possible to acquire tricks or treats by paying baby bats. While players could shift the eyeball's gaze as they pleased, it was most efficient to shift it all the way in one direction and then all the way in the opposite direction, collecting prizes along the way. This technique minimized doubling back. With this technique, it was possible to obtain all the prizes with 225 tricks and 450 treats, or vice versa, depending on which direction a player decided to move the eye first.
Items & PrizesEdit
These items were temporarily available via the Zoo Shop during the 2011 Halloween Season:
- Halloween Bench
- Halloween Street Lamp
- Halloween Street Pumpkins (3 Types)
- Monster Garbage Can
- Mummy Garbage Can
- Vampire Garbage Can
- Halloween Habitat
- Vampire Bat (Male or Female)
These prizes were available via the Ghost Caravan for the duration of the event:
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