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Tree World

Tree World is a free cartoon inspired iPhone and iPad game from The Playforge where you try to grow your tree to as tall a height as you can. I have played Zombie Farm and Zombie Life (other apps by the same developer) and have really come to respect and believe in The Playforge. I downloaded this game on my iPod Touch and have not been disappointed by it yet. All of the animations and sounds of the tree and the critters are absolutely adorable. Cuteness makes up for a majority of my current addiction and desire for playing Tree World.

Tree World iPhone app review

The concept of Tree World is pretty unique in comparison to the typical aquarium or forest scenario where you just wander aimlessly or wait for different creatures to show up. This iPhone app keeps the player engaged in ways that others really don’t. As far as gameplay goes, it can be addicting, although I wish it was a little faster paced. I understand how the premise for this game makes it more slow paced. I guess it’s just aimed at a younger audience who is less obsessive and as easily addicted as I am. In all seriousness, though, the controls are smooth and the progression of the story is engaging and interactive both online and offline.

I love the audio used in this iPhone application; it is feels soothing and adds a cute factor to the game that helps make me smile and makes Tree World an even better pastime.

Tree World iPhone app review

The Playforge has incorporated the ability to play with friends in the gameplay. Because of its price (Free), it’s been easy to get my group of friends to also download the game so that we can compare trees and trade each other the critters that we find. I think that this type of interaction with others that have the application is absolutely necessary for maximizing your enjoyment and encouraging you to complete this “journey to the top” so to speak. It’s easy to involve a friend to help each other out and maybe even come up with inside jokes along the way. As an aside, I can’t wait to find that legendary Unicorn. I really badly want to find the unicorn first before any of my friends. It’s childish really how competitive I have actually become.

My only complaint is that I don’t like that so much of the game is really in the in-app purchase store, but that is expected and not unorthodox in freemium games nowadays. You can spend anywhere form $0.99 to $99.99 on upgrades including Vita Gems and Tree Food.

I hope that this review encourages The Playforge to continue to make amazing, inspiring creations.

Here is a video demo of the Tree World app on the iPhone

AppSafari Rating: 4.5/5

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Price: Free
Version: 1.03
Size: 33.20 MB
AppSafari review of Tree World was written by on April 10th, 2012 and categorized under Adventure, App Store, Free, Fun, Games, Multiplayer. Page viewed 13831 times, 3 so far today. Need help on using these apps? Please read the Help Page.
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11 Comments to “Tree World”

  1. This app would be better if it wouldn’t kick you out all the time. Please fix the glitches!!!!!!!

  2. I agree with Megan the glitches in this game need to be fixed. Including old trade being stuck in it’s memory and then crashing because it can not make that trade again.

  3. Yep so many glitches like not letting you get your animals in the tree. Fix it!!

  4. There is a problem with the Tree World game. It keeps crashing! And I have to reboot constantly. Now when trying to confirm a trade the game shuts down and sends me to my desk top. Please fix this.

  5. I love this game! I steal my friend’s iPod and play it when I can. I’m so disappointed it doesn’t come available for Android. Seriously bummed.

  6. I have tried to contact support about a problem no good response after stage 80 need 689060 food points 8 times for next step but every time I feed 689060 ur registers and then it removes it I.e wipe out this has happened 4 times but support not ready to respond

  7. Wish I could play since it has been in operable for 3 days now on my iphone 5. can not access to play there in no touch screen access. just sits there , it looks very pretty

  8. About 90 percent of my critters have looked liked clocks for over a week now. I have reset the game, reset the phone and everything else. Yet my critters are still downloading. How long does it take to down load? I visit my neighbors and they are looking to be in the same vote. Is it my phone or the app?

  9. Keep feeding for the tree protector should be showing 5 times but keeps going back to one can that be fixed please as I am over level 60 now

  10. My granddaughter up dated my phone and I lost 9 trees I had grew. Is there any way I can get them back?

  11. i reset my iphone and lost my previous game and branches i forgot my username but i linked it to facebook a/c how to retain my game back

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