WINTER WOLVES ANNOUNCES OTOME DATING / FARMING SIM "WINTER IN FAIRBROOK"

For Immediate Release - December 8th, 2011 – Winter Wolves, developers of several award-winning life simulation and roleplay games, has announced the release of The Flower Shop: Winter In Fairbrook.

The Flower Shop: Winter In Fairbrook is a dating and farming simulation game and takes place after the first Flower Shop game, Summer In Fairbrook. However, you can enjoy the game and the story without the need to play the first episode.

Natalie has barely survived her first semester in college, and all she wants is a break. However, her parents insist that she start acting like a responsible adult and get a job during her school's winter break. In no time at all, Natalie's roommate sets her up with a job, and she's shipped off to the town of Fairbrook for a mundane job in a flower shop.

Play as Natalie and meet some of the characters of the first game like Clara, Susana, Steve, Trent, Jacob plus a "new entry": Ryan, who runs the general store of the town.

You can plan your weeks and who you spend time with using the weekly scheduler. Customize each week, spend time with who you like, or ignore everyone and work all day. A full flower raising simulator is present in the game: grow your flowers and sell them to make profit!

Take control of Natalie as she spends winter in Fairbrook raising flowers, making friends, and maybe even finding love!

You can download the demo and buy the game from Winter Wolves website at http://www.winterwolves.com. The game uses a one-time online activation so there are no extra downloads required.

Official page:

http://www.winterwolves.com/winterinfairbrook.htm  


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