Little Folk of Faery
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Little Folk of Faery 

Restore the harmony and balance of a magical land in Little Folk of Faery Deluxe. Discover a small village of fairy creatures and embark on a fascinating adventure to help the villagers after a strange mist appears. What is behind this mysterious mist and what secrets do the wistful spirits roaming the land, keep?

  • lead fairy villagers to restore their world in this enchanted adventure
  • help lovable characters and their pets thrive once again
  • collect hidden runes, plant trees, plan a banquet, and more
  • be on the hunt for collectibles to evolve your magical curiosity shop
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Reviews of Little Folk of Faery
 | Added on: January 10, 2015
It took me this long to "find" this game. Loved It! Fabulous, Phenomenal! Super great fun.
 | Added on: April 2, 2010
I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game. It was very addictive and a little bit challenging. With some of these 'virtual' games it takes soooo long to complete a task it becomes boring. With this you could see how it was progressing, and nothing dreadful happened to your fairies if you left them for a long time, they just got a bit sad. I liked finding the stones and other collectibles while the other fairies were busy. I would recommend this to gamers who like a quiet challenge.
 | Added on: March 29, 2010
The description didn't give a category for this game (match 3, time management, etc) so I wasn't sure what to expect, but it has been a pleasant surprise. This is a simulation-style game like Sprouts Adventure or Virtual Villagers but with a fantasy styling instead of cartoon-like. I'd say this is definitely kid-friendly. The only villains are melancholy spirits that make your clan sad and you distract them by playing music. One task is to repair a distillery, but it is used to make nectar (not alcohol). One nice option is the screen resolution - you can play windowed or full screen and widescreen or standard. The only reason I rate this 4 stars instead of 5 is that there is an intermittent graphics glitch when viewing the tome. It's still playable, but the alignment is wrong and the pictures disappear.
 | Added on: January 1, 2013
I have been playing this non-stop since I downloaded it and will have to play it again and develop the little folk in different ways. A visual feast and a delight to watch progress can't get enough of this game!!
 | Added on: March 29, 2010
i absolutely could not get into this game. the graphics were kinda cool, but it was just too difficult to play long enuf to enjoy it. i didn't even make it thru the hr trial period. oh, well....
 | Added on: October 3, 2011
The graphics is very nice and somewhat okay music. There's only four character designs and their pets. I love the dog, cute and it will roll over when you hover the mouse on it. Only 1 kind of enemy. Main point is to restore the village with some side quests. Great feature: the villagers will keep doing what were assigned even after you turned off computer, like collecting food. Aside from doing tasks requiring distracting the wistful spirit, you can assign tasks, and ignore them for a while. There's not much of a story or ending for this game. Rather short play time, took me 2 days to finish every quests, main and side. Can feel kinda repetitive sometimes. Not sure if it's kid-friendly.
 | Added on: November 22, 2011
When I downloaded this game I wasn't expecting much going by the somewhat mixed reviews but what I found was a little gem of a game that keeps me coming back to it and actually growing somewhat of an attachment to my little faery folk somehow. The basic gist of the game is you take care of your faery folk and help them make the place better in an attempt to make your antique shop look better. The concept is easy enough and it can be a little slow paced at times, but in this lies the beauty of it. As it runs while you are not playing my gameplan is to leave at least 2 or 3 of my guys harvesting while the rest are learning whatever they need to learn. It's a little glitchy as has been mentioned before, sometimes the book doesn't show up properly at which point you need to close the book, move a couple of spaces in any direction with your mouse and try again, but this doesn't affect the gameplay drastically and somehow despite the fact that it is so simple and easy, it's strangely addicting, trying to make your shop better and to watch the faery land start to look better and better. One other glitch I've found is with the moonstones, for some reason I seem unable to actually collect the final moonstone despite having brought several back to the house, but that's just one quest out of many. Definitely one to try out to see if you like it. If you do, you'll keep liking it, if you don't, chances are you won't really get into it by playing for much longer, although if something is telling you to "wait and see" then maybe you like it more than you thought you did. One hint for new players though, as I only discovered it by accident, you can have more than one player but you have to click on the "clans" button where you can create new clans/players and rename your clan if you decide you'd rather be called something else.
 | Added on: November 29, 2010
Great game and graphics. Many facinating creatures. Puzzels are challenging and fun.
 | Added on: March 30, 2010
I've just played this game for a little bit and I love it! The characters are like those of the Good Fairy/Bad Fairy by Froud. I like taking care of them and keeping them busy to restore their homeland. It's similar to Wandering Willows, but much me anyway. A good job on the graphics and sound effects. It also has a good tutorial. You can get everybody doing something, walk away and come back to check on them, perform quests....very nice.
 | Added on: April 6, 2010
I was instantly addicted to this game and bought it as soon as the hour demo expired. I am a fan of RPG-type games where you can level-up and build skills, etc. but I don't usually play games like this because I find they get too complicated. This game was a perfect medium, providing all the satisfaction of growing the villagers and completing collections and tasks but without feeling so big and open-ended. I would have liked the game to be longer as I finished it in just 3 or 4 days (of continual playing!) and I was just enjoying it so much that I wanted it to keep going. I hope they have a sequal. I did experiance the problem with the tome images not always appearing properly and sometimes flickering. It was a nuisance but I found that if I just closed the game out and then went back in, it sometimes fixed itself.
 | Added on: April 2, 2010
We're all fans of Virtual Villagers but this little game is a true gem. And here's why: *Set the speed on high and the characters actually move fast (thank goodness). Even at slow speed they don't look as if they are moving through mud. * The game play is intuitive. No need for guides and walk throughs. The fae and the book provide all the guides necessary to complete the quests. If you pay attention to both you'll find your way around the game with ease. And watch where the dog goes, he's an invaluable aid to finding collections. * The level of graphic detail is a delight to both child and adult. A lot of thought and creative imagination went into the details of character and background, especially the links between present world and events in the fae world. The artists responsible (and they are artists) have presented a game with as much detail as a well drawn illustrated book. * The longest quest is the last one (although 'last' is relative as the player can choose the order as long as the characters have the necessary levels). * There are no pouty 'no's when training up a level and the responses of the characters are amusing. Huge holiday hit for us all :) I'm not sure that the game does need to be longer. One of the problems with making a game last longer and longer is that training becomes a drag and the lapse between level 3 and 4 can go on ad nauseum. Perhaps a 'Part 2' could be incorporated with the characters moving into another area and new characters being trained in the old one??? Suggestion only as how this could be done is beyond my skills. Personally, I loved the fact that we did not have to go searching the net for clues on a 'stuck' area of a quest to find out what to do next. I'd like to see more games like this one and can't applaud the creators highly enough for what could only be called their loving attention to detail. I hope that ending hints at another game in the works. Congrats and more please!
 | Added on: March 30, 2010
I just couldn't get into this. Too difficult for me to move them around to get them to do things as some of the writing as it told you what to do blended into the scenery too much and couldn't even read it. A few minutes of this was all I could tolerate.
 | Added on: March 30, 2010
Fantastic! I have never played anything like this before. A bit tricky to start, but the faery leads you through it, (sort of) It took me 18 hours to get through it, and it was hard not to do it in one sitting... Didn't want to leave the faeries alone... Had to make sure they were all in a safe place. Did not have any glitches in my game, very smooth... just sorry to see it end. Enjoyed the graphics entirely. WOW! gorgeous. Don't know if I would play it again, unless it would be to help my granddaughters. I think they would find it challenging (9 & 12), but then again, they might surprise me.
 | Added on: January 30, 2012
This game was very pretty as far as the background and characters go. It was short, completed it in only 3 days and that's only completing a few quests at a time. There are only 4 types of characters you can play with, and there aren't any individuality to them if you get more of the same type. There are only 2 actual fairies in the game and you don't get to play them. I enjoyed it but wish there had been more to do, another place to explore or something. Not really worth what I paid for it.
 | Added on: April 2, 2010
This game was a truly enjoyable experience. I usually shy away from "time management" games because I don't particularly like feeling flustered & rushed. While still remaining a challenge, this game never seemed to raise the pace beyond what was respectably achievable. The only possible negative thing I could say is that I finished it already and there are few like it. I was able to meet all the objectives (which is rare) and enjoyed it immensely.
 | Added on: November 1, 2010
If I had been able to understand all the parts of the tutorial I suppose I might have liked this game because its description was so intriguing. However, after about 30 minutes of trying to follow the tutorial and achieve something for my time I finally gave up and deleted it. It did appear to be kid friendly. If you can get through all the instructions on how to play this may be the game for you.
 | Added on: April 5, 2010
Nice game, good graphics. But, not something I'd play more than once. I suppose I'm just not into the type of games that can run while I do housework and only require me to check in from time to time. For me, it was a bit boring. The design, graphics & overall game plan was well thought out. It just didn't keep my interest.
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