The game is called Fuzzy Seasons, and it's available on both Google Play and Apple iTunes.
I downloaded this awhile back, but didn't start playing it until a few days ago. Man, was I missing out!
The game is all abut taking care of woodland creatures to fill them with love so they can grow and graduate to living in the outside forests of the world. OMG, so freaking cute!
You pet them, feed them, give them snacks, enter them in contests, let them go on adventures to surrounding foresty places, and a lot more I haven't even really started on.
The best part is: it's relaxing.
Come Back Tomorrow Games
All these time-based games often give me anxiety because they build on the idea of doing everything better, harder, faster, make more money, get more stuff. When you restart for better multipliers, you lose everything and literally start over; graduation is more like a phoenix-style death and rebirth. I like games like that, but at the same time I get burned out pretty easily along the way.
This one, though, graduation just says goodbye to the animal leaving; and there's a cute, sweet little ceremony to send them off. It's not business-as-usual upgrading, it's heartfelt life stuff.
When I think about it, this game makes my job of introspection so much easier. Everything has a real-life meaning to it already, there's nothing under the surface to find. All the lessons are handed to you, and reinforced the whole way- holding your hand with fuzzy sweetness and love.
Have you tried this game? Do you think it's amazing too? Or is it boring? What are your thoughts? Comment below, on Facebook or (now) Patreon and tell me what you think.
See ya next time, Internet drifters!
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