I have always loved to play games. That love also transcended over to the computer when joining Facebook. My grand children got me involved in some games and it is fun connecting with them there.
Just recently I found a game that I got to share with them. It is Tail Towns and I really am enjoying it.
You start out as one of the characters in the game and of course get to meet towns people and complete quests. There are a few things that make this game so much different from the others.
You buy and harvest crops to earn acorns (money) each crop last for four harvesting so you are not constantly turning around to buy and plant more. They DON’T Wilt! Thank you so much for that option! Nothing like having to set your alarm clock to harvest! Now gone are the day where I stop in the middle of a conversation with my husband exclaim, “I have to harvest before my crop wilts.” as I race off to the computer.
This game is addictive but not over-riding of your time. You can play it at your leisure and still advance or play several times throughout the day.
They have cute figurines you can buy and add as friends and each of them give you extra points and new goals only those characters have for you.
I received Birthday Boy!
There is a whole community just waiting to find new friends by staying active on their facebook page.
There are also other qualities I like about this game.
Now in my fifties I like to keep my focus sharp and playing this game aids in doing that.
Multitasking, strategy, and problem solving skills are practiced daily here. Thinking about it now, I guess you could say math skills are raised as well by making decisions on which crop to harvest to complete goals for more points.
Of course meeting new friends and beating the socks off my grand kids by having higher decoration scores don’t hurt my self-esteem either.
Give the game a try to see if it doesn’t become your favorite game to play.
I received a product to review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed in this post are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.