Dragon Box shop and buy a physical copy because (as mentioned) it's a new game for less than the price of a Pot Noodle multi-pack. And I'm pretty sure that playing Fruit'Y won't give me extreme constipation followed by a bout of violent, explosive diarrhoea...although this is yet to be confirmed.
Fruit'Y, much like a modern PS4 or Xbox One release that costs £50 or £60 of your monthly wage, doesn't come with an instruction manual. Due to this, the gameplay mechanics are explained on the back of the box and also during the intro when you power the game up. Basically, this little shit of a tiger cub likes to play with his food but his mum gets a bit annoyed with him when he does. Rather than give him a good old smack with a belt buckle (that's what I got when I misbehaved, and look at the fine figure I cut today!), Sheran the cub dashes off into the jungle to play with fruit to his heart's content. That's where you come in. Assuming the role of an omnipresent and vengeful god (think Kratos from God of War, but with better hair), it is up to you to move a little curser around on the 'board' and manipulate said fleshy fruits' very molecular make-up. If this all sounds like the rambling of a very drunk, very tired madman...then you'd be perfectly correct.
Now, as a self-styled deity I'm off to shoot thunderbolts at the dog barking in next door's back garden. Either that or make it rearrange fruit on the lawn. Now that would mess with the neighbours' heads...
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