Alice Greenfingers

Alice Greenfingers

Simulation game for cultivation and animal husbandry in the area of a farm
3.7  (234 votes)
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Alice Greenfingers is a video game that takes place on a farm stage. Alice is a small farmer who is in charge of cultivating fruits and vegetables, raising animals and keeping her company productive. You have to help Alice to conduct her work, and to sale the production in the market to raise funds and purchase inputs required for the job. It’s not a very demanding game but it's fun and easy to learn since it counts with tutorials and help, which will indicate you what steps to follow as you play. The game begins with the basic crop of tomatoes and, as Alice manages to sell on the market, you can get money for more investment, and thus go widening the range of crops and enter the area of animal husbandry. Each of these achievements is a new level of the game with greater skill requirements.

While the environment is nice, don’t you expect to meet with luxury developments on software, animation or effects, since the entire interface is very simple. After a while of playing it can result somewhat routine and no longer as entertaining as in the beginning. And it has a critical disadvantage in this regard: you can not choose the level from which you want to start running, but always starts from the scratch. However, there may be an entertaining game for kids not very young that, while recreating, can familiarize themselves with the tasks of cultivation and animal husbandry and ecological environment. If not played in family, requires that children be able to read and write (to understand the instructions that are not verbal) and perform some simple numerical operations.

The free version is complete in terms of the game but you have to interrupt it to see sponsors notices. If you want to play without interruptions, you should access the full licensed version, which costs $ 19.99 (you’ll find a link available in the trial version).
In addition, when you download the installer you may be surprised for its size (less than 700 kb), however, you won’t be much glad finding out that this is not full installer and when executed, it requires Internet connection to finish to download components and install the game completely.

Lionel Mira
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Review summary

Pros

  • Fully functional trial version.
  • It’s very easy to learn playing, and doesn’t require great skills to play it.
  • It doesn’t demand a big system to run it

Cons

  • Sponsored trial version.
  • The trial download is only for an executable file which will be downloading the whole game later.
  • It doesn’t allow jumping levels.
  • It’s not very challenging and is somewhat routinely

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Earl Works just as advertised, and it`s free.
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Guest i have played it and it's the best game ever

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