When ‘Happy Village’ Game Is Your World’s First ‘Viking Village’ game
In December, The Hill published a piece on the “happy village” game that allows players to play against each other online against real-life Viking villages.
The piece quickly spread on social media.
In December, the Hill published an article on the ‘happy village’ game that allowed players to game against each others online against the real-world Viking villages in real-time.
The Hill quickly spread the article to other media outlets, including The Daily Beast.
In December 2016, the Daily Beast published a story about the “Happy Village” game.
The Hill also began a “viking village” Facebook page in January 2018, where users can post pictures of the game and interact with each other in real time.
The game has since been made public and is available on YouTube.
In April 2018, the House Ways and Means Committee approved a bill that would make the game a part of the federal budget.
“Happy Village,” a game that encourages people to compete against each another for the honor of playing a real-World Viking village, has now become a part, if not the only, of the American government’s $1.3 trillion fiscal 2018 budget.