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In case you were wondering, the reason they got rid of them was because Ganz had gotten complaints about the Wishing Well being more like a "Gambling" thing.. Many parents felt that it would be sending the wrong message to children, therefore, Ganz decided to make a new wishing well that set a better example for children!
Hope I helped!
You have got to be kidding...
What about all the different wheel games?
and Wishing Well 2?
And "webkinz quickdraw"?
Basically it was something like a slot game. The player would press the roll
button and the pictures would move somewhat like a slot game would.
There were 5 columns and if the player got a match, he or she would
win Kinzcash (which there was a high chance of being you had 5 chances
to roll. Also, the first wishing well contained different characters then the different one.
However, they are somewhat the same. So basically the new wishing well was pretty
similar to the old one, however there were a few minor changes to it.
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