Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure
Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure reminds me of The Lorax movie. When
the people see a plant, and are singing about let it grow, let it grow.
See we have a floating space alien character. I think he or she might be
a plant. And looks nothing like Zhaan from Farscape. Thankfully
Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure keeps its characters family friendly.
The goal of Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure is to grow flowers. At least until they can take no more and then they blow. From there a final score is tallied and we see how few stars we earn. Actually you want to earn as many stars as possible to get rid of the garden gnomes.
How do we feed the plants in Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure? Really easy actually. We collect little spinning ninja star looking things that match the color of the flower. Please note the white flowers can accept any color. Which is actually very helpful.
The danger in Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure is sending the wrong color to a flower. The other main issue is leaving a plant alone for too long. Leaning flowers need food. Otherwise they may die, and that would be a bad thing. Trust me on that.
The world map of Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure looks like it is somewhere between 16-bit and 32-bit home console games. At first I wondered if Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure was an app that was ported over to the Wii U. Family Friendly Gaming has been seeing plenty of that.
Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure is safe for families. We are growing flowers, collecting coins, exploring, collecting seeds, and trying to get back home. Notice how all these aliens crash on worlds only trying to get back home? ET must have influenced quite a few video game developers.
The one complaint I have concerning Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure is the controls. Moving around with the joystick is fine. Shooting the colored item towards the right flower is done with the 'L' button. Why not the trigger instead? Or why not touch based only controls? The off TV screen option in Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure is nice.
Flowerworks HD Follie's Adventure is a downloadable only game that will not be found in any stores. It costs $6.00 which is a nice low entrance fee. I wish the balance was a bit better. I got stuck on the lowest difficulty setting because I did not have enough stars to progress. That should not have happened in Beginner mode.
Family Friendly Factor: 80%
System: Wii U
Publisher: Nocturnal Entertainment
Developer: Team Nocturnal
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone
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