Some of you out there may already be familiar with Bigpoint’s other “rama” titles, such as Farmerama or Skyrama. Having just entered the Open Beta testing phase in the last couple days, we figured we would try it out and let our readers know what to expect. In FantasyRama,we imagined that our tasks would be roughly similar and after logging into the fantastically purple homepage, we got our first introduction to the cute and tiny Flory Fairyfluff. She was ready to take our hand and get us started with harvesting herbs and other plants to help feed the Tree of Life.
Getting Down and Dirty
To make sure that we always had enough room in our magical garden, we also had to make sure that we had enough plots of land. The layout in FantasyRama is quite simple and allowed us to not only navigate the interface easily, but also our field. Divided up into a grid, the fields hold plots of land on which we can plant our new plants and herbs. We were able to add more quickly, just by choosing which size/shape we wanted.
More Than Plants, You Say?
There is also more than one way to get new seeds and creatures on our farm. We worked hard and collected enough star coins that we were able to purchase a wonderful little tree that we decided to plant in our field. Diversity is key to not only having a pretty garden, but a healthy one as well.