Fun game, if your into it I enjoy this game! It is fun to watch all the different combos. It's definitely not for everyone, as is obvious by the ratings. Completion to me isn't the fun part, seeing all the possible combinations and how things really turn out is the best part! Yes, logic isn't the deciding factor, it's not a puzzle, just a simple game about choices and seeing how order can affect things. I think, best appreciated by programmers for the simplicity of the various ideas.
This game is great I used to play the old computer version all time! So glad its here on my phone now. As for that kid saying there is no logic to the puzzle, thhat's not true. Not to be rude but ge must have something wrong with his logic probably because he's a child? Anyway AWESOME GAME
Love this classic I used to play this game years ago when i was a young child, i am so happy that they brought this to mobile, and to the people complaining about the instructions being to vague, you are missing the point of the game, you are meant to get it by trial and error, if need be, write down the steps you got right and play around with the ones you got wrong, its just a simple and fun concept no reason to change it, people these days need everything explained to them sheesh.
Very cool I like it but you just need to know the order I wish there was a logic so you could figure it out logically rather than Keep on trying, trial and error, for it to get the right thing! But I still like it. Good concept.
Good When I read the reviews, the top one said that it would be enjoyed by programmers. I am a programme so, logically, I downloaded the game. It's fun finding the solution using inferences based on common events in a random sample. I've found 4 solutions (I think that's all of them), so good on you if you find them all. I also have found a few things that aren't solutions, but don't seem related to the solution (for example: the fire can jump onto the treehouse). It's good if you like that, for 1-2 hours
Great Puzzler Alot of the reviews seem to believe that the order is completely arbitrary in which case it is not. You can most certainly use logic to determine the order. You use trial and error to determine how long it takes things to grow and which things need other things grown in order for them to continue to grow. I know at first I believed it was completely by chance that you would get the correct order, but there is indeed a method to the madness.