Flutter

Flutter

Flutter is a game, we have to say that right on the start but since it is an “Editor’s Choice” application it should be good. What is Flutter all about – grow and collect butterflies!

The game is not a large application but once you install it, you will have to wait a little because it downloads and then installs additional information or so it appears. Once this is done you are good to go. The first thing that you will do in the game is clear a spot where you can grow a butterfly from an egg to an adult. All you have to do is follow the instructions provided and then wait a little. Once you have grown a butterfly it enters a book with butterfly species and then you can take care of a new egg. The goal is to collect all the butterfly species in the list and of course, to have fun with this game. A bit later Flutter will let you expand your forest, plant flowers to attract and feed new butterflies, guide butterflies through the forest and more.

Flutter is a nice game but it is definitely for children. It will teach them to respect and love butterflies and will show them how these creatures grow and live. Other than this the game will not do anything else so if you expect some action you will be disappointed. Flutter is not to blame – the game is for people who appreciate and love nature and avoid violence.

Flutter is free and can be found here on Google Play.

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