HitPoint’s Fablewood aims to take Facebook players to a magical world of make-believe and fairytales, as gamers must find hidden objects that have “corrupted” traditional scenes from fables like Alice in Wonderland or Little Red Riding Hood. The game is growing quickly on Facebook, sitting at over 126,000 monthly active users (MAU), according to our app tracking service AppData. That’s up from just 39,000 MAU on January 4.
Fablewood has a similar setup to other Facebook hidden object games, as players complete scenes by finding items on text-based lists, using energy to access scenes before waiting for that energy to recharge over time. Users earn combo points for finding items in rapid succession and mastery crowns for playing scenes over and over again.
Outside of scenes, players have their own patch of the forest to protect and grow, completing quests for the White Rabbit, Red and other famous “fable” characters. As players construct buildings and decorations, they’ll earn “Enchantment” points, which are used in bulk to unlock additional hidden object scenes. Instead of waiting, players can also use premium currency to unlock scenes instantly.
Fablewood offers additional purchase options, including the ability to purchase more coins, energy refills, hints and scene power-ups. These hints may change the items needed on the list, or can simply point out one random key item. Meanwhile, power-ups may increase a scene’s score multiplier, helping players earn mastery crowns in less time.