|OMG THAT BEAR IS SO CUTE! I want to kill it.|
Three plots of grass begets a bush, three bushes beget a tree, three trees beget a cottage, three cottages beget a house...etc.
Triple Town shakes things up a bit by introducing bears -- adorable, yet obnoxious little creatures that move randomly about the screen and keep you from placing your shrubbery in the right place. Luckily, you can get rid of bears by trapping them -- closing in on them from all sides -- and turning them into gravestones. Three gravestones beget a church.
There are also a couple of power-ups: crystals, which act as wild cards (or rocks, if you don't need a wild card), and weird robot things, which can destroy misplaced items. Or bears. Oh, and later on there are also flying ninja bears, which are like bears except you can't trap them (unless you do it as you're about to run out of moves), and fly, instead of walk, around the board.
So basically your goal is to build an epic metropolis, three steps at a time. You receive moves at random (you'll mostly get grass, but sometimes you get trees and houses and other cool things), and your first 1500 moves are free. After that, you'll have to buy them -- $4 for unlimited moves, or you can purchase packs of moves using in-game currency, which you receive at the end of each game (how much depends on how awesome your town is).
I've been playing Triple Town on Android and I just...can't...stop. Seriously guys...it's addictive. So addictive that I see two like items in real life (for example, two decks of playing cards or two shoe boxes), and think, what if I added a third? Would it upgrade? I'm not sure what the "next-level" item of playing cards or shoe boxes would be, exactly, but that's not the point.
The point is: Triple Town. Play it. It's on Android and iOS, and it's free on both -- NO EXCUSES.