I like eating fruits (and vegetables) and I like playing simple games. Games, where it's clear what to do from the very beginning; Games, where it's almost impossible to fail in the first levels; where everyone can enjoy bright colors and clever moves; Games that become a bit challenging to avoid become too boring, but just a bit.
And that's why I created fruHarvest and its heroes. Here Fruits are two-dimensional but for Dragon-gardener they are as real as fruits from a grocery story for you and me. So let's turn on our imagination and ask ourselves a simple question:
How many fruits can we pick in one day?
Quite a few if we just tap the screen to move juicy peaches to the jar.
Please help to Dragon-gardener to gather a required number of fruits while the Sun is shining.
Remove all pulsating fruits in the same horizontal row and in the same vertical column as the cell you select.
Every completed level brings golden apples that can be exchanged for additional moves.
A new fruit appears in every level. Open all 49 fruits and fill all slots in Fruitopedia!
If you have questions, ask an Old Stump for an advice.
So, who will pick the greatest number of fruits today?