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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 604d ago | review

GameZebo: Fantastic Forest Review

GameZebo: In the real world, if a human being were to inexplicably fall into a land of animals that quickly put him or her to work, that human would have a serious problem. But in the world of social gaming, that’s simply business as usual. Fantastic Forest by Wooga kicks off with a similar example of human servitude, an immediate warning that this social game offers little originality beyond its cute visuals. (Fantastic Forest, PC) 2.5/5

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