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Featuring haunting (and haunted) trees that writhe menacingly at your avatar as you clear the misty forest, LOLapps’ Ravenwood Fair contains some of the most remarkable art design for a game of its genre. This slightly gothic ambiance is a nice touch, especially when you toss in syrupy critters such as smiling bears and raccoons that seem at odds with the forbidding shadows of Ravenwood.
The A.V. Club
Your goal is to build a Chrono Trigger-inspired fair deep in the woods while increasing your fair’s “fun” in a business-sim format. Most of the tropes of Facebook games are present, like energy that limits your play sessions, random drops of necessary items (which can also be purchased at a minimal fee, of course), and a vague layer of multiplayer. Ravenwood Fair also possesses an interesting marriage of form and content that other Facebook games lack. Its premise is well-supported by the game’s graphics and sounds, and a wide variety of quests can be completed before it becomes necessary to fork over some money. It’s a small but necessary step forward for the rapidly maturing “social games” market…
Common Sense Media
Among Facebook games, Ravenwood Fair stands out in its setting, ease of play, and generous resources. Actions in the game result in various rewards such as money, experience points, and resources, including energy, which is required for each action. What makes Ravenwood Fair a better game is not just the beautiful setting that appeals to teens, but also that resources are more abundant. Fewer items are gated, and resources can be purchased at small increments, as little as one Facebook credit at a time, so parents can use the purchase of items as an economy lesson.
Ravenwood Fair is a nice concept and the game is quite fun to play. If you like game like Frontierville and want something new to play, you should give Ravenwood Fair a try.
MMO Game Site
Ravenwood Fair, the newest social gaming production from Romero, is all about fair-building, socializing, and most of all, having fun in a creepy-looking forests.
Nice graphics and lifelike forest residents that totally need an artist’s brush to get is among the qualities that Ravenwood Fair pales other similar titles.
Bring sunshine into darkness. Let happiness disperse all miseries. Set up the Ravenwood Fair, and you can do it all!