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MouseHunt is a popular application on Facebook that uses passive gameplay to help the player, referred to as the hunter, catch mice with a variety of traps in order to earn experience points and gold. To keep the growing MouseHunt community entertained the developers add from time to time new locations and mice to the game. MouseHunt was developed by members of HitGrab, Inc. and sampled for beta-testing in early 2008. On 7 March 2008, MouseHunt was officially released on Facebook to the general public.

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Recent Maintenance

23 February 2021

Recent Maintenance and Downtime

Today shortly after the Lunar New Year event came to an end the game began to experience issues including trap setups and hunt results changing. Upon the issue coming to our attention we confirmed there was an issue and decided to put the game into unscheduled maintenance due to the severity of the problem.

The dev team got to work investigating what the cause of problem was. After some time we identified a network configuration issue isolated to a group of servers that were brought online shortly after the Lunar New Year event came to an end. This network issue caused connectivity problems between the web server and a data server causing the problem with trap setups not saving or changing.

We have now removed these faulty servers which appears to have corrected the issue Thanks for your patience and understanding while the team investigated the network issue at our hosting provider. Unfortunately during the period of instability hunters may have experienced strange events or side effects such as their trap setup or hunt results changing. If you experienced a major issue please contact us via support with a screenshot of the issue and description of what you experienced. We appreciate your patience as our response times may be slower due to an increased quantity of support requests.

Glitchpaw Mice on the Loose

Glitchpaw mice have been spotted on the loose! These computer-snacking, bug-causing, networking-clogging vermin can be encountered in a variety of locations throughout the Kingdom and carry bonus loot! Glitchpaws will go back into hiding on Friday, February 26.

These mice can be encountered in Balack's Cove, Acolyte Realm, Bazaar, Calm Clearing, Cape Clawed, Catacombs, Claw Shot City, Derr Dunes, Muridae Market, Dojo, Dracono, Elub Shore, Forbidden Grove, Gnarled Tree, Jungle of Dread, Habour, Laboratory, King's Gauntlet, Meadow, Lagoon, Meditation Room, Mousoleum, Mountain, Pinnacle Chamber, Seasonal Garden, S.S. Huntington, Town of Gnawnia, Training Grounds, Town of Digby, Windmill, King's Arms, Tournament Hall, Zugzwang's Library, Furoma Rift Training Grounds, Fort Rox, Queso Geyser (not during an eruption), outside the Valour Rift Gauntlet Tower, Floating Islands Launch Pad, Bristle Woods Rift Gearworks Chambers, Toxic Spill below Archduke level, and Moussu Picchu.

-- Dave Vanderburg


The Lunar New Year Event Has Ended

23 February 2021

Thank you for celebrating the Year of the Ox!

All Good Things...

The Lunar New Year event has come to an end but the Year of the Ox rages on!

You are no longer able to light your lunar lantern candles or make any more progress on the reward track.

However, for one more week, you will still be able to claim any unclaimed track rewards and spend any unused candles on the Lunar New Year specific items in the shops of stockpile locations.

Any candles that you have not lit and choose not to spend will remain in your inventory along with any unused Dumpling Cheese and Nian Gao'da Cheese.

Still Working on an Event Map?

You still have the rest of this week to find those last few event mice to complete your map and earn its full rewards. Just head to any of the stockpile locations and arm your Dumpling Cheese or Nian Gao'da Cheese to attract the regular pool of Lunar New Year event mice.

Stockpile Locations Town of Gnawnia Laboratory Great Gnarled Tree Dojo S.S. Huntington IV Claw Shot City Muridae Market Gnawnia Rift Fungal Cavern Moussu Picchu Queso River Floating Islands (Launch Pad)

As of March 2, all of the Lunar New Year mice, rewards, and shop items will be gone until next year.

-- Norm Hussey




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