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    Wandering Willows (Sim)

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    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:38 pm

    Wandering Willows
    by: PlayFirst

    Available from BFG for PC and MAC

    Wandering Willows (Sim) WW150

    Welcome to Wandering Willows,
    a whimsical world full of wondrous wildlife and engaging quests. With a
    variety of enchanting pets for you to befriend and train, you’re sure
    to find just the right help completing quests for the land’s amusing
    inhabitants! Garden, bake, and create clothing and bouquets with the
    treasures your pet fetches for you in this exciting Adventure game. You
    might even find a new pet egg to hatch! Spend some time in Wandering Willows today!


    • Tons of adorable pets
    • Craft and charm your way home
    • Enter a world full of surprises!
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    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:44 pm

    Wandering Willows

    This is a much different game than I've played before. You've
    crash-landed your hot air balloon on this strange island full of others
    who have arrived there by the same kind of circumstances. They don't
    want to leave, but they're willing to talk to you and possibly help you.
    It's kind of a SIM where you walk around talking to people, doing
    tasks for them (TM-style, but not timed) and getting friendship points.

    You have a pet that will help you (as long as you feed it!) do
    tasks, and it can even charm other animals into giving you things -
    including eggs, which you can hatch into new pets.

    I think that people who like this kind of game will get a kick out of it.
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    Post by Eddy on Sat Jan 14, 2012 12:37 am

    This is definitely an interesting game and one thing I really like about it is that there is no violence which is quite rare. It's not a short game by any means so don't expect to play it over a coffee break and be done.

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