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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1032d ago | review

GameZebo: Pocket Village Review

GameZebo: The name “Pocket Village” evokes an image of a peaceful hamlet with sunny mornings, rolling hills, and close neighbors (and closer cousins, cough cough). A nice place to visit, perhaps, even if you’re just rolling through to grab a hamburger before hitting the Interstate and gunning it to Disneyland. However, wooga’s Pocket Village is actually an iOS town-building game that demands some pretty hardcore labor from its adorable population. It’s easy to feel bad for the little guys, but don’t worry; Pocket Village moves so slowly that it won’t be long before you abandon its population, anyway. (iPad, iPhone, Pocket Village) 2.5/5

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