Fiona Finch and the Finest Flowers
I enjoyed this
This game was a decent amount of fun and an interesting diversion for an afternoon. It's a solid addition to the farming game genre, and it adds the mechanic of breeding new varieties of crop.
I have two main design criticisms. One is that the game has only two main mechanics. One is grow stuff->breed new stuff, and the other is grow stuff->produce stuff. Could have been more interesting to develop something else as well. The other criticism is that the game is pretty short.
August 31, 2013
Fiona Finch and the Finest Flowers???
Fiona Finch and the Finest Flowers is a game where you work in your garden, you plant flowers, make seeds, sell flowers, make deals and basically garden. The game is very addictive, because if this game wasn't then I would of left it within ten mintues but instead I just went along. But, the thing that I did find annoying was that I was stook in the same place, for instance I never moved from my garden. The visual quality is detailed and bold, but the music got on my nerves so I put it on mute and I never do that! I recommened this game to 9- old women and male gardeners. But dont buy this game straight away because of all the good reviews, because I know some people who will get bored and drive past the idea that this game addictive because it is also VERY REPETITIVE!!!
October 22, 2012
it was ok but it was a little challenging
January 14, 2013
Yawn... gardening sim
Though this game is very colourful and and somewhat interesting in some aspects, it seems I was stuck forever on a level before going to the next one, even after surpassing the meager expectations of the goals of that level. Fiona Finch and the Finest Flowers is a time management gardening game, and many players of dash or farming sim style games might find this to be entertaining. I found the waiting for Fiona's phone to ring and get silly orders for maybe two or three certain kind of flowers to be irritating. On the upside, while we were waiting for those orders we built our inventory and did some plant hybrid breeding. This was my favourite aspect of them game, in seeing what kind of flowers we would get when we would mix two strains together. Sadly, we could only mix one kind of pollen into a pistil. No monster Frankenflowers in Fiona Finch's garden. Maybe if this was an option, the game would have been more exciting. If you like gardening sims, you might want to take Fiona for a whirl, but I found this game to be rather mediocre. A little more experimentation might be in order in Fiona's greenhouse for me to take this game on again.
July 1, 2012