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Habbo Beta (temp name) is an ambitious project that involves making a copy of the Habbo Hotel game for the sole purpose of improving the original work and bringing a new message: educating teenagers through Staff activities, Events, Meetings and more yet.
We created a survey a while ago to find out what the Habbo Players think about their game, and we decided that in this project we will eliminate some features, add new features, bring back some of the old Habbo's stuff for the more nostalgic and improve a little everything. Knowing what the Players want is essential to build something that really works!

To do all this we need YOUR help! We are willing to make a contribution to all those who will help us in the Graphic Design or / and Programming, so if you think that your known graphics can not remain on the sidelines or your skills in programming must be exploited, contact me on Skype: vinx33 if you want to participate in our project !!

Preferential requirements:
To be at least 16 years of age;

Currently we are looking for:
Pixel art graphics;
and some managerial roles;

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