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The Forest Maker - Trial version

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The Forest Maker - Trial version

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Price: Free

Rating: 2.41/5 (51 votes)

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Help Carbon Tom plant his trees and survive through the puzzling levels!

Carbon Tom is blessed -and cursed- with a strange boon; Everywhere he walks, trees grow behind him!It comes in handy as he tries to reforest the land, but often gets him into serious trouble!

Help our little peon plant all the trees he needs and reach the exit of each map safely.

HOW DOES IT WORK: - You move Tom across the map, and whenever he leaves a cell a tree will grow behind him, making that cell inaccessible. - The goal is to reach the exit of the map, without getting blocked, and while planting enough trees. - The number of trees needed is given at the start of each level, and is visible in the top right corner of the screen. - You need to beat each level in order to progress to the next. - Many special cells will appear as you progress through the levels. Teleports, fences, axes, boulders, etc.

CHAPTERS AND LEVELS:IMPORTANT: This is the TRIAL (limited) version. The FULL version currently contains 55 levels, in 4 increasingly difficult chapters.The first chapter contains 10 tutorial levels, this is the only chapter available in the Trial versionThe Full version has another 3 chapters of 15 levels each, with more chapters and levels to be added as updates in the future, possibly including user-submitted levels.

SCORES AND RANKINGS: - The higher the level, the higher the rank. - Players on the same level are ranked by the time spent to clear the level. The quicker the better. - You can retry a level as many times as you want, so once you know how to beat it, try and beat it quicker and quicker to boost your ranking.

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