Embark on this journey and expand Fruits Inc.!
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Mixed (6 reviews) - 66% of the 6 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Feb 19, 2015

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About This Game

From Manifesto Game Studio, this version contains both Fruits Inc.1 and Fruits Inc.2!

About the game:

Fruits Inc stars Brooke, a young business student who suddenly gets the opportunity to work at her grandmother’s farm. While there is only one mode with 45 levels, the game takes players into consideration who prefer a slower pace. It is possible to beat any level in gold, silver or bronze time, but it is impossible to fail and finishing a level quicker does not give any specific advantages for future levels.

Fruits inc.2:
Brooke and Luke finally got married, and now it's time to get back to work. The plan is to stop in all kinds of places and find new partners to expand Fruits Inc. Their journey begins near their house and goes to the big city. To meet the demand for fruits and related products they need to create sixty new farms with their business partners. Embark on this journey and help them expand Fruits Inc beyond current limits. Be the great mind behind the most impressive fruit company in the history of mankind!

60 challenging levels that take you through the country
26 achievements and a trophy room where you can enjoy your accomplishments
4 fruits and 3 product varieties with customizable packaging and labels
5 beautiful sceneries with their own challenges
Gorgeous art with amazing illustrations

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win 7
    • Processor: 2.5 GHz Processor (Intel) or higher
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 512 MB video card
    • Storage: 200 MB available space
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Mixed (6 reviews)
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15 of 16 people (94%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 15, 2015
I enjoy small, out of the ordinary games like Chocolatier, so I thought I would enjoy this game. I was wrong.

Fruits Inc. 1 has to be found in the steamapps folder, which isn't mentioned, but that is a minor detail, since that is now pointed out on the Community Hub. Once inside the game, you have to click buttons to buy materials or 2 different kinds of workers. The only time I was able to do this was in an early mission in which it is a part of the tutorial. After that, the buttons became unresponsive, which meant I eventually got stuck on level 7, which requires you to buy materials before you can plant any trees.

Trying to find a solution for that issue, I found out this game is available for free online, unsure if it is complete (it looked like it, although the ads claimed otherwise) but I did not have the bug keeping me from buying items in the web version. Stopped playing Fruits Inc 1, I can't support or play a game from a developer that has a better working version for free than it does paid.

Decided to try Fruits Inc. 2, figuring the story wasn't really important. The text in the story sections gets cut off, and there seems to be no way to scroll or something to read it completely. The sections of the text that are readable though, have bad English, and while it seems the game might be from Brazil, I am unsure if those errors would not have been caught by Word if the text was written into it.

As you advance you are given some sort of upgrade dollars, to be used in the upgrade menu, which is ok, except those upgrades are required for the levels, which makes it pointless to not make them auto-unlocks,

Compared to Fruits Inc. 1, Fruits Inc. 2 seems to be even more lenient when it comes to the available time for the gold trophy, so I couldn't really find the challenge in it (in as far as I played, I can't talk about later levels) The game has achievements, which I suppose would make it more challenging, if you are into that. I decided to move on and play better games.

TLDR: Fruits Inc. 1 is free online, Fruits Inc. 2 is easier than an iPhone game.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 1, 2015
Fruits Inc. looked like a nice casual game which i need from time to time but i was a bit disapointed.

At first i tried Fruits Inc. 2 only to find it was made for a mobile platform. A lot of the art had to be stretched to fit a normal screen so it was quite pixalated.
It's also unexpectedly laggy, you'd think it would run smoothly since it looked like it would run fine on a 10 year old computer, this would get a lot worse when you have something selected and you can move it around without holding the mouse botton down unlike a touch screen, at that point the game slows down below 2 FPS.

Then i tried Fruits Inc. 1 and found it much better. Everything was much more responsive. I thought i could recommend it until i found out the game is broken and you can't buy resources which are needed past level 5.

Both games would actually be fun to play, both are short and not much in terms of story but interesting enough to play, the sequel is still playable although both would need to be fixed, but until then because of the reasons above i can't recommend them, not even on a sale.
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
5.9 hrs on record
Posted: May 23
Fruits Inc. 2 is a Farm Frenzy-style time management game characterized by bad level design. In a few levels, too nearby plots and unremovable obstacles block you from picking up your products. The difficulty curve is nonexistent; gold time limits seem to have been pulled out of someone's a## rather than based on how long it might actually take to complete the level, and challenges such as yetis and tornadoes that might add variation and difficulty appear for a few levels in the middle of the game and then are completely forgotten.

But at least it's not bugged to the point of being unplayable like Fruits Inc. 1, where after a certain point you can't hire workers or buy resources you need to progress. No response from developers on that issue, so I doubt it will be fixed.
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 13, 2015
Fruits Inc. Deluxe Pack brought to you by Manifesto Game Studio. This deluxe pack contains Fruits Inc. 1 and Fruits Inc. 2 games. These two games can be accessed through their folders within the Steam client folder (specifically "steamapps" folder.) The game's shortcut from the installation process will launch the second game. Hench why I have mentioned that these two games can accessed from their folders within "steamapps" folder.

They are both time management games. Each of the levels has be completed within the time limit that is assigned. This is only if you want to earn either a gold/silver trophy. However, I think that the time that is given is generous enough. Most of the levels can be finish with a gold trophy. If you had plan ahead before hand.

Asides from earning gold/sliver trophies for each levels. There are various achievements to be earned from these two games but they do come with certain requirements. And they require sometime to earn them.

Each of the levels has different assigned tasks to complete. The tasks are rather straightforward: Building Food Manufacture Buildings, Planting, Food Making and keeping the pests away. This might get somewhat repetitive for some.

There is no save feature, if you so decided to quit, in the middle of the game level. All the levels must be done in one sitting. Quitting in the middle of the level will force you start the level from the very beginning. Time and patience is required.

As for story wise, there is somewhat a story, but nothing much going on with it.

Repetitiveness might a turn off for some but nonetheless still good to play these two games.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: May 15, 2015
This is a pretty straight forward time management game. You grow fruits, you turn them into fruit products in your factories, you buy upgrades, and you complete your timed objectives. This game is very similar to the Farm Frenzy series, but with trees instead of animals. It's not very difficult and sort of relaxing to play, if you like this sort of thing.

It seems buggy for some users, though I haven't had any serious issues. I can save and return to a later level, unlike what another reviewer has reported. I did have the factory sound get stuck in an annoying loop, but quitting out and comimg back fixed the issue. I got it on sale for about a dollar and half, and it is well worth that price. Dunno if I would have been happy if I had paid in full, though.
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1 of 3 people (33%) found this review helpful
9.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 14, 2015
Not as fun as farm frenzy, but still fun. Similar style of management game. Story not all that great, but I don't play it for the story. Never expected much out of it.
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0 of 1 people (0%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 1
It's time based.

Would have been better if there was an option to turn off the timer and just complete at your own leisure instead of beinig stress to get everything ddone on time.
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10 of 41 people (24%) found this review helpful
28 people found this review funny
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: May 11, 2015
I'm blown away by the quality of this game. To be honest it probably will be my GOTY as unlike pretty much every game released within the last year and a half, THIS ACTUALLY WORKS.

-Planting seeds so good.
-Picking apples so good.
-Voting UKIP to get the apples deported so good.
-Allowing you to become immersed in thinking you are Big Duke from Tracy Beaker with his gardening skills so good.
-Allowing you to roll a double lip in Aylmer Tower go good.

-No multiplayer therefore the game will never have a pro scene which is really disappointing.
-Palfrey no longer uses Steam so he cannot experience this wonderful game.

Therefore I'd say 9.92479272812748248274 / 10 = Pretty Good!

It's fun,
it's fast,
it's Fruits Inc.!

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0.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 23
It's an 'okay' casual game.
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Not Recommended
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 28
This is a surefire way to get repetitive strain in your fingers. Just point and click and its not even engaging and really has no fun elements. Do do not recommend buying this.
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7.0 hrs
Posted: June 9
Its a fun grow fruit game where you make juice, pies, and jam according to the level challenges. The story is simple. You get upgrades to help you.
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