I spend a lot of time on the internet, and therefore I have discovered that there is one cardinal rule to be obeyed around here: Don’t feed the trolls. Put that rule into practice in this game- where your goal is to feed any bears that appear and smack any troll that gets in your way!
Don’t Feed the Trolls is a reflex game where you need to feed bear while avoiding trolls. There are four different game modes, achievements, leaderboards.
|Does it Fulfill its Purpose?||20||Don’t Feed The Trolls is a game that’s similar to whack-a-mole taken to the next level. There are two types of animals that appear- trolls and bears. Your goal is to tap each bear as it appears as fast as you can- an extra-fast tap gives a bonus that increases with the number of extra-fast taps in a row. However, trolls also appear, and tapping them not only breaks your combo- it also leads to a game-over if done too often. If you’re fast, you can slap them by swiping over them instead. Don’t Feed the Trolls includes dynamic leaderboards that update automatically without any need to sign in (though you can change your name so others can see who you are). It also includes multiple game modes, with a timed mode included in the free version and a “slap party” and “versus mode” included in the pay version.|
|Does it Look Good?||20||From the menus to the in-game graphics, Don’t Feed The Trolls is one of the best looking Android games I’ve played so far.|
|Does it Run Well?||14||Don’t Feed the Trolls runs almost 10MB with no ability to install to SD, making it large enough that users with limited space may have difficulty with it. It requires very simple permissions, including the ability to access network state, use the internet, and check in-app billing.|
|Is it Easy to Use?||20||Don’t Feed the Trolls does a good job of maintaining a nice difficulty curve. It starts out with just bears and trolls, but before long you’re trying to catch skeleton bears, trolls in bear costumes, very hungry bears, and more. The game quickly increases in difficulty but always keeps a pace that you know what’s going on.|
|Is it Fun?||16||With all its modes and difficulty levels, Don’t Feed the Trolls is quite fun to play. While some of the levels do begin to feel a little repetitive over time, the different difficulties, achievements, and leaderboards add quite a bit of replayability. Having the unlockables require high scores on levels means that you won’t end up stuck because of one particularly difficult level.|
|Overall Score||90||Don’t Feed The Trolls is a challenging, fun game that looks great and has quite a bit of content. If you’re looking for a well-designed, casual game to play in your down time, give this one a shot!|
Reviewed Version: 1.0.3
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