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Welcome to the MouseHunt Wiki, where users contribute their knowledge of the MouseHunt world for the benefit of the community.
MouseHunt is a popular game in which players, referred to as hunters, catch mice with a variety of traps and cheeses in order to earn experience points and virtual gold through passive gameplay. From time to time the developers add new locations and mice as well as sponsor thousands of dollars for periodic giveaways and tournaments. MouseHunt was developed by HitGrab Inc. as a Facebook application and released to a small group for beta testing in early 2008. On 7 March 2008, MouseHunt was officially released to the general public. Just nine months later, MouseHunt earned its creators a $250,000 development grant from Facebook and the game continues to grow in popularity.
This wiki exists to inform and to educate the community of MouseHunters and those who have an interest in the MouseHunt world and its intricacies.
If you have suggestions for improvements to the wiki, spot an error, or can fill in missing information, please post a note in either the Official Wiki Suggestion Thread or Discord Wiki Suggestion Channel.
25 March 2020
Production temporarily halted while touring hunters exit
SUPER|brie+ Factory Tours End
His Majesty's royal SUPER|brie+ Factory tours have wrapped up for the year and all hunters are kindly asked to make their way to the exit. Before you head out, make sure to visit the shops at the factory to cash out any Golden Tickets you have. You may also want to cash out excess Factory Parts for various Party Charms, or if you'd prefer, smash individual parts into regular Party Charms.
With the tours at an end, the pump production has been halted, meaning hunters can no longer progress the cheesy goodness through the pipes of the factory. Hunters may, however, claim any unclaimed reward crates. Thanks to the help of hunters, all Factory Parts have been recovered, meaning you will no longer find any as loot drops from mice at the factory. Finally, the supply of Coggy Colby has temporary dried up, meaning hunters will no longer find Coggy Colby as loot drops at the factory.
Need to finish up a treasure map? The various event mice are still at the factory. Birthday Treasure Maps can now be put into consolation mode to claim a prize should you be out of Coggy Colby Cheese, or simply want to move on from the factory.
Hunters have access to the SUPER|brie+ Factory shops until April 1
-- Dave Vanderburg
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