Best Fiends App Review

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I haven’t downloaded a game to my iPhone in a long time. I’m normally too busy checking email to do anything else. So when I downloaded Best Fiends by Seriously to test out and review, I didn’t know what to expect. Now I’m on level 75 and I’m hooked. The object of the game is to match the leaves, flowers, water or strawberries to clear objects from the board or to battle the Slugs. It’s crazy addictive and the kids love watching me play because of all the funny sound effects.

Here is the back story of Best Fiends:

From the Green Glades to the foothills of Mount Boom, the small creatures of Minutia lived in harmony, until the night the meteor struck…

The meteor smashed into Mount Boom, bringing with it a strange force that transformed the Slugs who lived there into an army of greedy, greenery-gobbling pests.

Now, the Slugs are taking over the world, munching a path through Minutia and sliming up everything they touch!

But a brave band of heroes is fighting back! Left behind when the Slugs captured their families, these unlikely champions are on an epic quest to save their parents and beat back the Slug advance.

To get to Mount Boom, they’ll need to become… the Best Fiends.

What I love about this game is the tie in with Malaria No More. They made the mosquito character, Edward, the mascot who has kicked the red stuff and is helping bring awareness to the cause with his own special quest where he plays by himself. I’m still working on that challenge. If you complete the quest, you’ll win 250 diamonds.
As you get further in the game you’ll need more energy to play and more loot in order to evolve the other Fiends. The more they evolve, the stronger they are and the faster they can beat a Slug.
Best Fiends is FREE and offers in app purchases.
Download the game on iOS App Store or Android Google Play Store.

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Meghan Cooper is a writer, content creator, movie critic, and geek living in Atlanta, Ga. She loves movies, traveling, and lots of coffee. Member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association, Georgia Film Critics Association, and Atlanta Film Critics Circle.

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