Feyruna: Fairy Forest

  • 3 unlockable minigames.
  • Great graphics and animations.
  • 60 story driven levels.
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
  • CPU : 600MHz or faster Processor
  • Memory : 128

Review for game: Feyruna: Fairy Forest

Feyruna was a peaceful world of fantasy and magic until the Princes of Darkness attacked! Hordes of evil creatures are ruining the Fairy Forest and its up to you to stop them. Fly across the beautiful landscapes of the fairy forest, casting mighty spells of fairy magic to defeat all evil creatures. Friendly creatures like Butterflies, Ghost Lights and enchanted Glow Worms will help to drive away the dark forces.


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Genre : Arcade & Action

Test your hand and eye skills with quick action and challenging levels.

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Feyruna: Fairy Forest
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USD 6.99 0 from 1 sellers In stock
Ages: 3 YEARS & UP

Game Description:

Take on the role of a fairy and restore peace to the magical land of Feyruna by casting magic spells and defeating evil creatures.

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This was fun for me to play and fun for my 3/yo daughter to watch. More like this please!

Not a Match Three Game!

It seems that the Match 3 category gets all the odd types of games that don't fit into any other category. This is not a match 3 game. You are a flying fairy: in the first level you capture bees to gain bonus points=easy; in the next level there are evil flying creatures that you have to avoid while trying to capture the bees. If you hit them, or vice versa, THEY gain bonus points and whichever side succeeds wins. In the third level, your nemeses are bees with the same concept. This ISN'T match three but it is dull and boring.

Why does the fairy wear oven mitts?

In this arcade-type game, you control a fairy who wants to collect the 'good' bugs. You have enemies who eat the insects you're trying to collect, and will damage you if you get in their way. I only played the first 4 levels of this game before quitting, but I thought that was enough to get an idea that this wasn't a game for my family. What I liked: The music was soft & easy to ignore and/or shut off. The graphics are cartoony, but they looked crisp. I thought the graphics fit well with the theme of the game. What I didn't like: The control of the fairy seems to be mouse only. I play games on my laptop, which has a touchpad. My setup was not sensitive enough to control the fairy. If you have difficulty with mouse control (or touchpad), the levels will be frustrating -- the enemies will trap you in corners. If you do not have problems with mouse control, the level will be easy.

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