Hello pink lovers of Roblox, WoodReviewer here for the second part of my review of the 2018 Egg Hunt by Fifteam games. For those picking up where we left off at the end of the last review, if you guessed “do a massive series of reviews for each world” then you either have a basic understanding of how much I hate wood grain or played more than 1 world of the egg hunt and saw that there was truly a massive amount of improper wood grain throughout all of the worlds. How much exactly? Well, you’ll see that soon enough But the fact that this is the second, but not final, review, should give you some indication. Also the fact that this is just the first part of a review on a single review should also give you even more indication. But first, lets start off with some good news: I was unable to see any improper wood grain directly behind me when I spawned.
Hello excited egg hunters of Roblox who are probably disappointed and/or relieved that I didn’t use a silly egg pun to start off this review, WoodReviewer here, and it is that time of year again where everyone’s hands smell like eggs and despite the fact you soak them in bleach the smell of day-old eggs just doesn’t go away, the egg hunt. This year it is the 2018 Egg Hunt because it is 2018, and it is by Fifteam, a group of developers who will probably never work again since this was just a one-off event game they made for Roblox but they had to make a group to pay people out and so that the social media team could do some branding for them even though the brand will likely never do anything ever again.
But enough rambling about the futility of trying to build a brand that will dissolve after the current event is completed, how is the wood grain here? Well, it didn’t take me wrong to fix improper wood grain here. Actually, it took me no time at all as the door you walk through when you first spawn in the game has improper wood grain.