[Nintendo Switch] Crowdy Farm Puzzle Review
Crowdy Farm Puzzle from 7Levels and Incuvo offers 150 levels for you to solve on Nintendo Switch. Learn more about it in our Crowdy Farm Puzzle review!
Crowdy Farm Puzzle from 7Levels and Incuvo offers 150 levels for you to solve on Nintendo Switch. The puzzles are split into five different puzzle types, each with 30 levels to complete. You will be playing in Full Farm, Farm Crossing, Sherlock Farm, Farm Traces, and Farm Shepherd, each with different gameplay mechanics and objectives for you to use, which makes for a very fun package for puzzle fans to enjoy on Nintendo’s console!
For Full Farm, your goal is to arrange animals of the same breed to each farm. You’ll navigate the farms with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, selecting and placing animals with the A button to move them to empty farms or to farms with the same kind of animal. Farm Crossing asks that you connect every animal to its home, picking an animal with the left analog stick or the D-Pad and the A button as you draw a path that can lead it to its house. For Sherlock Farm, you will need to use the clues provided to you to guess the correct animal in all boxes, selecting a house or the animal that lives there.
Farm Traces also changes things up by asking that you paint every tile on the board. To do this, you will select an animal with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, press the A button and draw a path. The twist is that each animal will have a number and arrows to indicate how long their path can be, as well as which direction you can draw your path to. And then we have Farm Shepherd. For this one, you will have to lead all animals to their homes and leave the farm by using the left analog stick to draw a path for the wolf, but he can only lead a limited number of animals at once.
You can play each of the 150 puzzles in the game at your own pace since there’s no timer rushing you to complete each one as fast as possible. The difficulty also increases at a steady but fair pace, without ever overwhelming players. Take, for example, Full Farm. The first level will show you everything there is to learn about how to play its set of 30 puzzle stages, and the difficulty bump will happen as more and more new animals are thrown into the mix. Having to sort out cows, chickens, and pigs is easy, but when you also need to sort out donkeys and ducks while not having as many empty farms to sort them, you’ll feel the higher challenge!
Crowdy Farm Puzzle is a fun collection of 150 puzzles split into five different puzzle types, with five gameplay mechanics that help to keep the whole experience feeling fresh from start to finish. You can decide to complete all 30 puzzles for one of the puzzle types in one go or jump between the different options as you please, opening up the next puzzle in the set simply by completing the previous one. Other than the repetitive nature of the game’s music, there’s not much to complain about this puzzle collection. Crowdy Farm Puzzle is out on Nintendo Switch with a budget $5.99 asking price.
This Crowdy Farm Puzzle review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by 7Levels.