iPhone Game Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com
Lightheaded Entertainment Pty Ltd’s PostHarvest app tests iOS users’ hand-eye coordination skills by requiring them to quickly sort various vegetables. PostHarvest players act as the overseeing farmer in order to separate the crops from random junk in order to earn points/cash in the game.
PostHarvest features bright, fun graphics and cheerful background music to keep players entertained while sorting out conveyor belts of crops and random chunks of junk. However, to keep things interesting, there is usually more than one type of desirable bit of the harvest coming down the conveyor belt at once, and this constant action definitely keeps PostHarvest players on their toes. “Sorting” the items on the belt is done through tapping the screen; PostHarvest is a horizontally oriented iOS app game. Accurately sorting the crops results in players earning more in-game “cash” that they can then spend on extra vegetables or power-ups in order to better increase their chances of success in the game. As an added challenge, some PostHarvest conveyor belts even feature bombs; obviously, tapping on any of these bombs is a quick way to destroy all that you’ve worked for in a round of PostHarvest!
Appearance and Layout:
The graphics of PostHarvest don’t really leave any room for complaints. While the cartoonish graphics are certainly somewhat simplistic, they are perfectly fitting for the concept of the app, and contain more than adequate details for players to be able to readily distinguish between different crops. PostHarvest is also laid out in a logical manner, allowing first-time players to easily navigate through it in order to quickly set up their own personal player preferences/settings. While it may take a first-time player a bit of time to get used to the general idea of playing PostHarvest, neither the layout nor the graphics of the app would be to blame for any such learning curve difficulties.
PostHarvest currently costs $0.99 through the iTunes store. Overall, this price seems to be appropriately set for the features of the app. PostHarvest is a decently entertaining app that should keep players amused for a good amount of time; this game will particularly appeal to consumers who enjoy quick finger-eye coordination techniques to master. However, even though PostHarvest is definitely a fun game, it is still arguable that there are other similar sorting-based games currently available for free. Therefore, some users might find it difficult to decide to purchase PostHarvest instead of installing any of these comparable but free options.
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