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I got a free downloadable only copy of Slime Rancher on the Xbox One because I have an Xbox Live Gold membership. It is neat that Microsoft actually found a family friendly title to put on that program. I wish there were physical copies of Slime Rancher. This is the kind of a game that should sell for twenty dollars in the physical copy realm. Everyone at Family Friendly Gaming has been enjoying Slime Rancher.

Slime Rancher can be played in Adventure or Five Day Rush. The second choice is where you play for five days and get scored on how well you did. I advise families start in the Adventure mode. We have a device that lets us suck up objects, and to shoot them out. So we can go get wild slimes and bring them back to an enclosure. Then we collect food and feed them.

Slimes will drop plort. We collect it and then sell it. Then we can upgrade a variety of things on our farm. It is also important to farm the food for the slimes. I kept some wild food I found and built areas for them to grow on my farm. There are a variety of different kinds of slimes in Slime Rancher. Certain slimes can merge together to make new slimes. Some of these mixtures are beneficial and some are harmful.

Slimes can hurt the player as they are out there collecting resources. Be careful when you are first starting out. There are large world areas in Slime Rancher. Some of them are more dangerous than others. At first your vacuum gun can hold four things, and a certain limit on each of them. This means returning to your farm frequently early on in Slime Rancher.

Different accounts will have different prices and economies in Slime Rancher. Prices fluctuate in Slime Rancher as well. Slime Rancher is a good game to teach kids basic economic principles. The slimes are cute looking, the music is neat, and the game play is a lot of fun. I enjoyed my time with Slime Rancher. It did not cost me anything to play Slime Rancher either. Aside from the Xbox Live Gold.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 90%
Sound: 90%
Replay: 90%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 90%

System: PC/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Monomi Park
Developer: Monomi Park
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Mild Fantasy Violence}

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