Monthly Archives: February 2018

Tribal Games-Booga Booga

Hello multiplayer survival crafting and hunger management with a touch of base building game fans of Roblox, WoodReviewer here, and today I am taking a look at the game that overthrew Jailbreak if you don’t understand that the games page on PC only shows PC players and not the total count of all players on all platforms, Booga Booga by Soybeen. Well, atleast the current game. The game is currently in pre-alpha, which basically means it isn’t done so you shouldn’t criticize it or offer any feedback at all on it. Because it isn’t done. I am sure most people respect this, but it is a 100% true fact that Asimo kept Jailbreak in Beta for an extra 3 months just to keep me from reviewing it, so I just ignore what status games are and simply review them how they are. So, how is Booga Booga?


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Bears-Zoo Tycoon

Hello animal lovers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here, and today I am taking a look at Zoo Tycoon by Block Evolution Studios. One small thing to note is that by today I don’t actually mean today. I mean like 2 months ago. I forget why I reviewed this place, probably for an event or because it was featured, but for some reason I played though it, got all the images ready for the review, did my normal notes and stuff for a review, and then never did a review. Not sure why I did that, but I feel like it was because I was too busy with my advent calendar, but if I was too busy I’m not sure why I would play a tycoon for 8 hours to beat it and then not spend 45 minutes to write up the actual review. Despite the delay, I went back and double checked the game and it is still the same as when I did the initial set up for the review, so all seems good to make this review now.

So, how is the wood grain in Zoo Tycoon?


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Two Years Later-Work at a Pizza Place

Hello long time fans of publicly shaming people with bad wood grain, WoodReviewer here, and today it is time for me to take my third look at Work at a Pizza Place by Dued1. Pizza Place was the first place that I ever reviewer, due to the combination of my hate of bad wood grain, love of pizza, and intense hatred of Chicago style pizza. Because the place has so much importance to me, I’ve decided to hold an annual review for it, and this year the review actually takes place on the anniversary of the first review, not randomly in the middle of March when I remembered to do it. So, with two years since my first review of it and 11 months since my last review, has Pizza place gotten any better?


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