|Neohomes and Gardens Guide:||Main - Land - Rooms - Furniture - Gardens - Extensions - Aerials - Related Links - Miscellaneous - Neohomes 2.0|
|New Items - Furniture Catalog - Garden Catalog - Problem Items - Spotlight - Home Maps - History|
|Outside - Inside - Gardens - Furnishings - Pets - Links|
This page is primarily for those who are in some confusion about the different types of neohomes, Classic Neohomes and Neohomes 2.0. It is not a guide to Neohomes 2.0. See the links section for more information about the new homes.|
This page is mainly a visual comparison. For a more in depth comparison of many features of the two types of homes, see Right vs. Might (also know as Classics vs. V2) by lady_ruyven (chaotizitaet).
Keep in mind that, although anyone can create one now, Neohomes 2.0 are still in beta testing. The final release may be different than described here.
You can build both a classic and a 2.0 home on the same account. You can also build both types on side accounts as long as all the neopoints and items come from your main account.
|A classic home on Mystery Island
||A 2.0 home on Mystery Island
|A room in a classic home (you can build up to 75 rooms on three levels)
The room in a 2.0 home (there is only one room at this time)
|Garden in a classic home (you can have multiple gardens on the ground floor)
Garden in a 2.0 home. Garden (and furniture) items can be placed all around the home within the designated zone.
|Furniture (and garden) items for classic homes can be purchased from the 11 shops below, as well as user shops, trades, and auctions.
Fine Furniture - Neopian Bazaar (2nd shops map)
Tyranian Furniture - Tyrannia
Spooky Furniture - Deserted Fairgrounds
Kiko Lake Carpentry - Kiko Lake
Kreludan Homes - Kreludor
Faerie Furniture - Faerie City
Roo Island Merchandise Shop - Roo Island
Petpet Supplies - Neopian Bazaar (2nd shops map)
Brightvale Glaziers (windows) - Brightvale
Osiris Pottery - Lost Desert
Chesterdrawers' Antiques - Neovia
Items from the Superstore and NC Mall cannot go in classic homes.
|Furniture (and garden) items for 2.0 homes, which have a black house icon in the lower right corner, can be purchased from the eleven shops listed at the left, as well as from user shops, trades, and auctions. (Note that only black house items which have a brown box around them in your inventory are ready to put in 2.0 homes. The others will be eventually.)
2.0 items can also be purchased from the Superstore, which is accessed from the Neohomes main page.
2.0 items can also be purchased from the NC Mall, which requires neocash obtained by buying neocash cards (with real money).
|In classic homes furniture can be rotated by 10 degree increments.
||In 2.0 homes furniture can be rotated by 90 degree increments only.
|Items in classic neohomes can be combined and stacked to make other items.
|Pets cannot go into Classic Neohomes.
Pets can be placed in Neohomes 2.0. They have the same pose as on their lookup, which cannot be changed. They will include any wearbles that they can wear or hold (not backgrounds, trinkets, thought bubbles, etc.). If the wearables are animated or sparkly they will appear that way in the new homes.
The size of pets in the new homes varies. Chomby/Elephant/Grarrl/Skeith are quite large. Koi/Jubjub/Quiggle are quite small. Here are some examples.
Pets cannot be rotated and do not move about or sit.
There is an option on the 2.0 menu to add Petpets, but it has not been activated.
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