Have you been searching for a new puzzle game with an adorable story that follows? Maybe one that includes you being a Princess bunny who must solve a few different puzzles through a vegetable garden-themed game board, by matching similar vegetables to win? If so, then check out this new game, Princess Farmer. It’s got that similar concept to Bejeweled, match 3 or more in a row to win, but it takes a few different challenging twists on how to play and win the game, making it original and even more interesting!
How Was The Game?
When I first began playing, the graphics were the first to attract my attention. It’s got such a cute variety of characters, background designs, and even adorable music playing throughout the game. It’s quite cheerful and welcoming to anyone who wants to play. I adore the cute bunnies with the cartoony-style appeal and many more 2D, cheerful animal friends to meet and some not so friendly, frenemies to beat.
Next, what stood out was the design of each episode being played in the form of a VHS-style tape. They all are including a different story and a variety of difficult options to choose from. There is even a quick play, which can be done with a co-op or as in the rest of the episodes, the story mode. I’ve played mainly the story mode where I got to visit the many other bunny characters and solve the problems that the animals needed me to. Each board game had a different challenge, with a few similar ones. The harder difficulty level was a great way to rack up the points and took a bit longer to accomplish, but the entire game can be done quite quickly if played nonstop without breaks or pausing. Additionally, there are a few items that one can acquire and use during the game to change the player’s appearance.
Also, as mentioned before, each puzzle board is themed as a vegetable garden. The only buttons you need to use are those that move you or help you pull up or put down the vegetables so that you can make 3 in a row match or more. Some of the challenges I’ve had to figure out were those that required the vegetable the animals in the forest may want, as well as matching each vegetable in a certain alignment. It’s not too tricky, while some have you going against a timer to see how much you can earn with each combination.
I honestly loved the different tasks, not being the same as you hop from one puzzle to the next. I don’t feel that it’s too much of a game that pressures the player, but there are some that might have you trying to think quickly, but not all the time. The only downfall about the game is that the story mode might be easy to complete. Leaving the player wanting more. This is something I’ve felt when I completed the game. There isn’t anything else I could find negative about the game. Everything played great and so was the story and puzzles that followed.
I honestly feel that Princess Farmer is a cute and fast game to complete, with a few different challenging puzzles and episodes to visit. It also has a few original features, which makes it different than many other matching-style puzzle games. It would be a great game for anyone who loves a challenge or those who love to play at a relaxed pace. There are a few things that can be done in this game and it may fit anyone’s preference when it comes to a puzzle game. Regardless of the length of time, it takes to finish, this is still a great one to try and packs plenty of cuteness as you play!