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Ease of Play
Objectives are simple enough, but the controls can be finicky.
Violence & Scariness
Beasts can ram enemies and spit fire. The action is neither graphic nor particularly intense.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Beast Farmer is a relatively simple pet monster simulator with some mini-games that involve mild cartoon violence, such as monsters ramming each other with their heads and spitting fire. Users can also manipulate the monster pets to make them fart.
Is It Any Good?
BEAST FARMER is a free and relatively simple pet monster simulator that allows players to watch a “swamp chicken” develop through three stages of life. Players can feed it and swipe over it with our fingers to make it perform tricks like flips, playing dead, spitting fire, and expelling gas, or try a quartet of simple mini-games, such as hatching eggs and catching flying bugs for food. It offers high-quality 3D animations of the beasts, but suffers in terms of control, especially in one platformer-style mini-game that involves ramming enemies and jumping over gaps. It’s a modestly entertaining distraction but doesn't have any key elements to keep players coming back over time.
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