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Unique game play, beautiful artwork, and a funny storyline with colorful characters will prove Wandering Willows a winner among adventure and sim game fans young and old. This game offers a challenge without the pressure of time constraints, and since it will likely take you at least 20 hours to complete all the quests, it's a great value for the price.
While Wandering Willows is a lot of fun and is an addicting game, it's not for everyone. The game takes a few days’ worth of dedicated play to finish, which means you definitely get your value for spending the money, but, admittedly, some gamers will not have the fortitude to dig hole after hole after hole after hole to find a few needed gold bars. Even if you do not have the time to grind the game out in a few days, it's still worth playing. The simplicity and ease of navigation means you can drop out and pick it back up a week later without any trouble. The game is completable, as well; with so many games losing my interest before finishing, Wandering Willows does some major things right and makes this a game well worth your time.