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Besides adding stalls and decorations to your Snoopy’s Street Fair and Garden, you can also add paths, walls, rivers, and in the garden, hedge pieces to create a maze. Keep in mind, however, that you will be charged Snoopy Dollars (SD) for each piece separately. All of these can be accessed from the fourth tab down on your Contacts list (fair and garden versions), the one marked with a spade, wall section, and river. They are as follows: Read More→
The main objective of Snoopy’s Street Fair is to help Charlie Brown raise money for new baseball uniforms by hosting a neighborhood fair. To increase the earning potential of the Peanut gang’s bazaar players have to place advanced stalls and attractions to draw visitors. Each venue must be purchased and unlocked through leveling up. Acquiring experience points or XP is essential in order to progress in the game. Luckily, there are multiple strategies that players can use to obtain additional XP and speed up the leveling process. One of the most common methods is through manning the stalls. Every stall generates a specific amount of coins and XP. The waiting periods for these booth rewards can vary depending on the stall. Read More→
Snoopy’s Street fair is a freemium game by Beeline Inc. currently available for iOS devices only. To play it, you must own Apple’s iPhone, iPad or an iPod touch. The game doesn’t run on early generations of iPhone and iPod. We have tested it on iPhone original and iPhone 3G, on the former it won’t even load and is slow on the latter. Snoopy’s Street Fair game requires iOS 3.2 or later, so before downloading we advise you on checking whether your device supports it by going through Settings -> General -> About -> Version on your device.
Beeline has made some fascinating games for mobile devices, specifically iOS platform. Most of their games (e.g. Smurfs Village, Zombie Café, Monster Pet Shop, and Dream Park etc.) have been instant hit, and Snoopy’s Street fair is no exception! Snoopy’s Street Fair game falls in simulation genre, and is derived from Peanuts, which was a syndicated daily and Sunday American comic strip written and illustrated by Charles M. Schulz. It ran from October 2, 1950, to February 13, 2000, continuing in reruns afterward.
Snoopy’s Street Fair game is based on one recurring theme of the strip, which was Charlie Brown’s neighborhood baseball team. Charlie Brown is the player-manager of the team; they’re selected to play in a little league championship tournament in New York City, and every team needs their own uniform, but Charlie has no money to buy it for his team to participate in the tournament. One of Charlie Brown’s tomboy friend “Peppermint Patty” calls him to suggest he starts a street fair with the help of his younger sister “Sally Brown” and other friends to raise money ‘the old fashioned way’.
Previously before you can play Snoopy’s Street Fair, you were required to download it from the App Store. To do so, you need an Apple ID. If you don’t have an Apple ID, you can create one here: https://appleid.apple.com/
Once you’ve downloaded Snoopy’s Street Fair, first connect to your Game Center friends by signing in. Please note that Game Center is not available on some old devices, but this doesn’t mean you can’t play the game with your friends. You can still do so by adding them through Facebook. But the most easiest and convenient way it to add a friend using third option snoopy generated cod also called referral code. You can get referral codes from Snoopy’s Street Fair facebook pages For more details on how to add friends on Snoopy’s street fair game please go to how to add friends page.