Review: Freaky Forms
This game is not for the hardcore gamers. It is a simple yet effective game that brings about the child within you, as you get to create some freaky and wacky creatures that live on your own little planet. Admittedly when I though of this game, Little Big Planet came to mind. However, as I have not played that game so I will not be comparing the two. This is infact just a little game that can help pass the time.
Freaky Forms, as said, bring out the child in you. You have the choice to place a random head size, arms, legs, accessories and much much more and then jump around your own named planet to help other formees, or to eat the fruit and poop out eggs that give you coins and rare items when you break them. It is a very colourful game, something that you can enjoy without having to swear at the screen or control your temper over.
To move your formees around your planet, you need to use the stylus to help them jump or walk/run. This mechanic is very simple yet can be a little irritating when you can’t make the right jump to a platform that you want to reach. In the end it seems as though you will need to make an accurate jump on your own accord to see if you can reach that platform. Either way you can just ignore this and then move around and talk to other formees or just create more and more.
As you create more formees, something ‘magical’ happens when you reach a certain amount. You planet will grow in size once you reach five formees and then again when you hit ten (and so on).
In the very end this game is very enjoyable and bring back memories of those weird creatures that you may have wanted to befriend or even muck about with!