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Critic Reviews for Ooblets
Ooblets offers solid fun, and I enjoy its cheerful tone. I only wish playing it didn’t feel so much like work. Despite the pride I had in my farm, clearing checklists eventually felt more laborious than satisfying. There’s fun to be had as long as you’re willing to work for it.
Ooblets is a peculiarly enjoyable jack-of-all-trades adventure that stumbles near the finish line. The slice-of-life farming sim and town interaction are more developed than the card battling, and the leveling system feels unfinished. That said, the game may expand with additional content or balance patches as the developer continues to update it. Priced at half the cost of a typical full-fledged game, Ooblets is still worth playing for a few hours or so every once in a while, but there are better farming sims, monster battlers, and card-based games out there.
It's still a bit rough around the edges, but Ooblets is a quirky combination of monster collecting RPG and farming sim. The humor and characters are incredibly charming, and the core gameplay loop is a ton of fun. For every annoying dungeon, there's some cute Ooblets to battle and collect just around the corner. What Ooblets lacks in polish, it makes up for in charm.
Ooblets Gets a Snowy Winter Update
Ooblets, the farm sim that eschews all semblances of casual violence seen in its genremates, has received its second major update for the winter season, and another big update may not be far behind.
Ooblets Gets Spooky with Nullwhere Update
Ooblets is adorable, but this month it gets a little bit spooky too. In the game's 0.4 content update, Nullwhere is finally available for visitors, but hot air ballooners beware.