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In December 2008, Habbo's Russian community announced it was closing in February 2009 as a result of low numbers.Those on the site with "furni" (virtual furniture that can be used to furnish rooms in the hotel that are bought with the use of Habbo Credits or Coins, that can be purchased with actual money) have been told they will receive credit codes for use on the USA Habbo community.

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Most Public Rooms contain automated robots which shout pre-recorded messages and tips and can give members drinks and food items.The next hotel was launched in Switzerland a few months later, in four languages.It has since been expanded to over 31 countries in five continents, including Hotelli Kultakala in Finland which was made into a Habbo Hotel and has been invested in by venture capitalists.The new hotel exited beta a few weeks afterwards, aimed at the teenage market, with marketing and payment partners in place, run from a HQ in London.It featured a new credits system with community and safety features.This is a very important market for us and we expect Habbo Hotel to be a big success there, with many teenagers joining to converse with friends, meet people with similar interests and enjoy access to the global Habbo Hotel network.

Our launch in Turkey is the next big step on our global roadmap." Habbo's main feature is the "Hotel", and consists of a client made using Adobe Flash technologies.

The website is owned and operated by Sulake, a Finnish corporation.

The service began in 2000 and has expanded to include nine online communities (or "hotels"), with users in over 150 countries.

Public rooms are designed by Sulake and are not customizable by users.

Some rooms used to contain games called Battle Ball, Snow Storm, Wobble Squabble and diving, but these games were removed due to coding issues when they upgraded from Shockwave to Flash.

The challenging Chinese market and high operational costs led to the decision of closing the service.