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Super Fruit Fall (Wii)
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- Totally compelling brain game
- Easy to understand
- Simple control system
- Exciting two-player mode
- Perfect difficulty curve
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- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- Media: Video Game
Super Fruitfall, a true puzzle game, ideally suited to the Nintendo Wii gaming philosophy, simple in concept but with enormous depth as the challenge increases. Super Fruitfall is very easy to grasp with simple controls but will keep players coming back.
Super Fruitfall is a true puzzle game that is simple in concept but with enormous depth as the challenge increases. Super Fruitfall is very easy to grasp with simple controls but will keep players coming back for more, eager to improve their performance. The objective is to make the fruit disappear by moving them around the grid until they are grouped together - fruit must be either above or to the left or right of another fruit, diagonals do not count. The fruit can be moved by rotating the play area and allowing the fruit to fall thereby creating groups of three or more of the same fruit, which will then be removed, a bonus is awarded if more than one group disappears on one turn.
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Top Customer Reviews
Don't buy it, download something simlar from shockwave.com and play the free trial and be done with it.
The only problem is that I've played this before so many times and this version for the Wii doesn't offer anything new. The scope was there too - the controls to turn the `arena' could have been done by turning the Wii-stick rather than using the left/right buttons. But even then you'd feel you were playing a game for the Wii which is more naturally suited to another format; a mobile phone, or a handheld console.
I can't slate the game though - at it's core it is still a solid puzzle game which will challenge the player. I'll be returning to it and hoping to better my score. It might not have the flashiest graphics, or groundbreaking audio - but it is fun. It's not as addictive as some other puzzle games, but it will still have you coming back to see how far you can get.
On saying that, the game does become addictive as some of the stages do take a little bit of time to master but for the average gamer it is very simplistic and I wouldnt recommend buying it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not easy to get hang of and can be repetitive , but good fun all the same and gets the brain workingPublished on 28 Jan. 2013 by Maurs