Tino's Fruit Stand

  • Fulfill special orders for bonuses.
  • 85 fun-filled levels.
  • Stunning graphics.
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 128
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 20

Review for game Tino's Fruit Stand

The opening of a large, unfriendly MegaMart across the street has put Tino's family fruit stand in danger of closing! With a little help from Rikki, the fruit-picking monkey, your job is to help him fill orders and keep customers happy. Fill orders correctly to get bonuses, but don't slow down or let the fruit sit for too long -- that will lead to unhappy shoppers and cost you the family business. Use your power-ups wisely, make the right decisions and you'll grow more than fruit ... you'll grow an empire!

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Genre : Puzzle

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Date release

February 28, 2006

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6566 points

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Charming Simple Game
December 12, 2011

An old game, w/ none of the bells and whistles of today's games, but a sweet, charming, and fun one nonetheless. One of the first I ever played, and still go back to all the time. Very colorful, with a simple premise. Move the monkey around the board of fruit to fill the orders. Not as easy as it seems once the levels get higher! There's a trick to getting the special bonuses and the fruit board is really like a maze you must navigate. Cute monkey sound effects. Annoying "cheers" when you make bonus plays. Music annoying so I turn it off (as I do in all games.) Very small budget game, but darling hand-drawn graphics and unique gameplay. Choice of timed or untimed mode. In timed mode you only have so long to fill each order, and fruit that isn't harvested in a certain number of plays, starts to gather flies and eventually rots, creating a blocked space. In untimed mode, no rush on filling orders and fruit never rots. Also has story and arcade mode. (the story is about how you make money to keep Tino's Fruit Stand going against the big Walmart-type mall in the neighborhood.) Give this one a try. You might be surprised how addictive, sweet, and enjoyable it is. --requin. 12/12/11.

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