Tail Towns Friends Review

About Tail Towns Friends:

Tail Towns Friens is a free-play Facebook game.  Brought to you by the makers of the wildly-popular Webkinz, Ganz has created an enchanted world of mystery, rich with tales of intrigue, treachery and forbidden love just for you grown-ups!

Tail Towns Friends offers players drama and juicy, soap opera-inspired storylines and the photo-realistic art allows players to become landscape artists to create the home and garden of their dreams.

My Review:

I was sent an adorable character figurine based on the game.  I am normally not a game player, nor do I play games on Facebook.  I just don’t have time to try to figure out games.  My son has special needs and I am busy being a mother and wife.

However, I love the figurine I was sent.  I was sent The Baker!  So cute!  While it is not a toy, I gave the figure to my son to hold on to.  The Facebook game looks cute and fun to play.  While playing, you can help friends and supply city businesses amidst unfolding tales of soapy drama.  You have the ability to create the ultimate landscaped country getaway.  Also, there are intertwining storylines, featuring cinematics and voice-acting.  If you love games on Facebook, you will enjoy Tail Towns Friends.

The figurine is adorable and I would love to collect them all!  The figurines allow you to see your characters in real life.

Disclosure: I received free products from the PR company to facilitate my review.  The opinions provided are my own and not influenced by anyone else.  I did not receive any financial compensation for this post.  This disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255, Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

About Admin

Stephanie is a full time single mom to a teen with Autism. She is a homeowner and starting a new chapter! Feel free to contact Stephanie for more information on how she can help your company.


  1. I know I would love these, but I can’t guarantee my daughter would!

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