Fun, fluffy and addictive!
Enuh Iglesias write:
Fluffy Farm is the latest addition to the line drawing genre and holds itself out as its best one yet. My initial impression was - cute and fun, but what else can I expect? When I started playing though, I found myself hopelessy addicted.
Fluffs are not static balls of cuteness - they evolve through food consumption, starting out as small and orange and eventually evolve into bigger and better red, purple and black fluffs. The more food, the bigger the size and the faster the movement. Depending on the game mode, the bigger the fluff, the more points when it's sent off on the conveyor belt.
Fluffy Farm packs a visual punch with its colorful and animated 3D characters, complemented by bright and bouncy in-game music and sounds. The furry balls of cuteness approach their food with gusto, changing color and growing in size. Other than the poisonous blue mushrooms, they can eat anything, mostly standard issue pink flowers. As the game progresses, there are special plants that accelerate growth, protect and prevent them from eating or being eaten by other fluffs.
Another interesting twist to Fluffy Farm is the mechanics of multiplication and avoidance which make gameplay more interesting. As they grow bigger, fluffs multiply like bunnies increasing competition for food and increasing the rusk of collision. When fluffs collide, the smaller one eats up the bigger one - not only do you lose a life in the process, it delays your fluff's evolution.
I only have minor concerns about the tutorial. The choice of text color and font makes it difficult to read the instructions, and to me, the farm mode still isn't clearly explained in terms of its goals and objectives.
More power ups and alternative game modes in the next update would be appreciated, but only serve as enhancements, really, to a solid, inventive and exciting game.
Fluffy Farm succeeds because of its high production values and solid gameplay. A breath of fresh air in a very crowded genre, Fluffy Farm is the standard that other line drawing games should follow.