Enjoying Busy Days In Deerfield Valley
10:06 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
Macworld's Game Room has posted a review of Bold Games' Busy Days in Deerfield Valley, a colorful construction game aimed at younger children. The game allows children to assist vehicle characters such as Danny Dozer and Eddie Excavator in six construction themed activities. The Game Room gave Busy Days 3.5 out of 5 mice.
The game includes six separate activities: you can explore a map of Deerfield Valley, clicking on different areas to activate little animations; catch a raccoon that seems bent on trouble; or help Eddie Excavator and Danny Dozer lay pipe (you match the colored end of each pipe with a pipe that has the same color). Youíll help Luke Loader figure out how to put together pieces of a bridge, and help Danny Dozer clean up a construction site by pushing dirt, bricks and wood into waiting dump trucks. Unfortunately, the process of moving Danny Dozer around the site and operating his shovel isnít as intuitive as it could have been. To read the entire review click on the link below.
Macworld Game Room: Busy Days In Deerfield Valley Review
A sandbox mode lets you skip the planned activities and instead play with the vehicles to your heartís contentódigging holes and trenches, grading out rough spots, moving mounds of dirt and gravel from one location to the next, and more. Thereís also a Pac Man-style maze game.
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