Forest Home

Forest Home

Forest Home is a game that tells a lot about itself in the title. The idea here is simple – guide poor lost animals back home.

This is exactly what makes this app a game designed for small children. In fact Forest Home is a puzzle game so other people can try it as well. The game comes with simple but beautiful 3D graphics and nice sound and tells you the story of a forest where all animals have lost themselves so they can’t find their way home. This is where you step in and you must help them. The gameplay is nothing you haven’t seen before – you are given a grid where you must guide one or two animals to their burrows. The first few levels are easy and they have been made to introduce you to the game but soon you will face tougher times since the levels will become harder and harder. So prepare your brain for some exercise!

Forest Home is a nice game by itself. It does not bring revolutionary new features to the genre but the game deserves praise – it comes with a nice story and nice graphics plus interesting gameplay that will make your brain sweat after a while. All this makes Forest Home a perfect time-killing game so if you need one such game – just download and run Forest Home.

Forest Home is here on Google Play.

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