Frogs vs. Pests is such an actractive game on smartphones. The player playes a role of pond gardians to protect pests from wiping out puny flowers.
Each level involves a large amount of pests, which come out in every direction, and when the flowers are eaten up, the game is over. There can be different flowers with different functions. For example, a sunflower can reduce the speed of flying pests in a certain range, a mosquito flower can automatically swallow one pest and digest it. Through this support, the player can leisurely handle the levels. After the first 20 common levels, a challenge mode is unlocked, here a really big challenge comes, we must keep on protecting the flowers around, and sticking to the end, then the score can be uploaded to the gamecenter for sharing with our friends.
The scene and game interface are fine and smooth, especially on iphone4. Dreambrother must have made great efforts to the details of the game. Even the eyeballs of frog can automatically track the position of preys.
And in the aspect of game control, it\’s not too complex. Just use your finger to touch the frog, drag it a certain distance thus the frog is ready to shoot out its tongue, then release the finger away from the screen, the tongue is quickly protruded out in the direction where the frog faces.
There are more difficult control methods, used for eating moths and acridids, and there are also intimate helps when they appear for the first time during the game.
The background music and sound effects are well made, too, but a bit less. However, the player won\’t get boring or tired during playing.
It\’s really a leirure game worth while playing. Have a try!