Summary: Fun and better and worse than the Kindle app. There is a story in this version and the animation is better, however not having a touch screen makes it more difficult. Tapping the screen just works better to pick up the hundreds of dropped items during a round. It is fun but it's simplicity and the touch screen make it more of a tablet casual game.
Summary: I'd heard about people spending hours playing this, so I wanted to check it out. Lots of games included, with similar layouts. It works OK with Windows 7, but lack of proper instruction; or if they're around, they're well hidden! When things get started, it's very chaotic on screen, and when using 'mouse' control, your cursor gets lost in the action. And your score & progress don't seem to work like they should. Oh well, I'll keep trying.
Summary: I would really like to play this... but refuse to download. Why can't manufacturer's make an effort and make hard copies for us old people who prefer to have a disc in the hand rather than a download on the pc????
Summary: Seems like this is just farm frenzy... over and over again. The games are the same just different genres. The game play is pretty much the same with each one they don't feel like separate distinct games. You can even see it on the screen shots I suppose. Just depends on if you are in the mood for classic farm frenzy or you want to add pizza in the mix (pizza party version) or whatever of the other 4 remaining versions you pick.
Summary: This game is fun, but it's really hard. I tried to pass all the levels with gold status and there was no way. Then I tried to pass all the levels with silver status and I couldn't do that either. A few of the levels are barely passable with the lowest passing score. I'm not sure why there is so much inconsistency with the difficulty of the levels, but either way, I managed to get through the game and it was fun. But...it took like three weeks.