Reviews and Problems with Fiona Finch and the Finest Flowers
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User review by MyThreeSons
3 September 2011
Summary: Delightful, addictive time management title with exquisite graphics and admirable attention to detail. Action progresses quickly enough to engage even a hardened TM veteran like me, but the whole atmosphere of the game, from the music and nature sounds to the gently blowing, realistic plants, is a soothing refuge from the jangle of daily cares.
Summary: I loved this game. What I loved the most is the untimed mode...no rush if you don't want to rush things. During the first part of the game I tried to take all the customers and help them but in the Free Gardening mode, after three levels, I just started enjoying myself and my flowers and ignoring them. the game is relaxing and entertaining when you have to cross your flowers, it has a nice pace even if the levels are really long.
Summary: This is one of the most satisfying games I have ever played. I love Fiona! Her character, her grandmother's character and the entire storyline is well done and her voice telling the story is lovely. The graphics are amazing. The water actually moves and flows like water in the oceanside scenes. I love that each flower garden has its own wonderful, beautiful charm and endearing qualities. The game itself is challenging, yes, but so rewarding.
Summary: What a beautiful game! I have to admit it was a little overwhelming at first, you are doing so many things at once. I was going nuts with all the pressure to prune but then I decided in my rows of flowers, I would only prune the top and bottom squares to give myself a little relief and also to provide unpruned flowers for those who wanted them. It also has helped to lay out my flowers the same way they are in the seed catalog.
Summary: The plainess of fiona's hair and clothes within the gameplay is unbearable for me. However, if she only had one flower or pretty accessory on her hair instead of an ugly band, and wore a dress or a blouse and skirt, then I could enjoy trying the game. But as it is, I deleted the game when I saw her in the game garden. I'd much rather not see any gardener in the gameplay at all if she doesn't look more interesting and feminine.
Summary: If, like me, you liked Ranch Rush and are waiting for the long-promised RR2, try this game. It has many of the same advantages. I thought I would dislike the fact that rounds are not timed but in fact it is relaxing and the arrival of client orders which have to be completed in a certain time give that race against time element if you want it. Each level lasts a long time but you can exit and then come back.
Summary: I didn't like this game. I guess it's because I keep weighing games like these against Ranch Rush and I find them to be severly lacking. There were too many limitations with this game and too many steps. The story was okay as stories go but I wouldn't spend money on this.
Summary: I absolutely love this game. Reminds me of Ranch Rush and Virtual Farm..games i thoroughly enjoyed too and bought. My only minor complaint, i wish the grass don't grow that fast it's hard to keep up on them..LOL! Looking forward to FFFF Part Two...hopefully soon!!