Cute arcade-style fairy game
This was a very cute little game that reminded me of a coin-operated arcade game. The main task is to gather glowing will-o-wisp lights using lily pads at the forest pool in order to release fairies before time runs out. Between levels you get to build up new parts of a castle, and every few levels there is a different type of mini-game at a little village where you get to send the different fairies flying out to different homes to make the villagers happy.
The gameplay was simple, though the difficulty level increases as you make progress. It would have been nice if the background for the main levels changed a little more often. However there is really nothing to complain about here if you're just looking for a cute child-friendly game. The faery-tale graphics were great and the fairies were very cute.
February 22, 2014
This game is boring! The puzzle-like quality should have captured my attention, but didn't. I played most of the full hour hoping it would get better, but it remained childish and simplistic. The fairy theme fooled me, and I thought maybe they were trying something different , but true to "Youda" form, it insulted my intelligence.
August 5, 2012
Aimed at young children
I only got through about 10 minutes of the free trial, so the game might get better, but I doubt it. The artwork is pretty, if cutesy, but the level of gameplay is clearly designed for young children, not adults. Even for children, the game is simplistic.
May 13, 2013
Youda fairy: Donwanbee the fairy
I did not like this game it did not hold my interest at all.
February 26, 2012