Top critical review
on July 30, 2012
As a lover of FarmVille, I thought this game would be similar. Couldn't be further from it. The ENTIRE GAME consists of you tapping on things...tap on an egg to pick it up, tap on the building for eggs to turn it into something, then tap on the product and then tap on another building, repeat. There are only five animals...and two are a cat and dog which don't product anything. The cat helps you pick up your stuff, which takes away half of your tapping. The dog is supposed to scare away bears that fall from the sky and kill your animals (?!?!) but he's not very good at it. All the upgrades you put into each little level don't carry over, so in EVERY LEVEL you have to fight to upgrade your buildings to finish...finish your tapping.
This game is hard...I am a very experienced lifelong Nintendo player and I honestly can't get the "gold" or whatever in over half these levels because I cannot figure out how to earn enough money to upgrade quickly.
For example...you start with six chickens, but have to end up with a feathered hat as your end product. So, here's how that goes...sell some chickens and harvest some eggs, turn them into products, try to get enough money to buy a pig (and then cow) and collect all their stuff, upgrade their building, on and on until you can afford an ostrich, etc etc. There are so many steps in this game, which consists of NOTHING BUT TAPPING...I've left out about thirty steps in the process to get a feathered hat. Or whatever it is.
The graphics are poor. You don't get to build anything on your farm...everything just pops up automatically and everything looks the same. No variety, NO FUN, and DEFINITELY not a game for children. Or adults. Anyone.