Ah the beautiful and tasty honey, a part of my life I can’t think myself without. But it looks like there are a couple of problems in the honey making heaven. The worker bees have become quite tired of doing everything the Queen Bee tells them to do. So, to teach them a lesson, the Queen decides to simply take off and leave them all by themselves to take care of everything. From that moment the panic starts and the bees just stop working as they don’t know what to do next! Suddenly more and more tasks start building up, and that is where you came in. You must show the Queen that the bees can take care of themselves with a slight help from you and a trick or two from the Mother Nature herself. Now you must work hard to plant, water, and harvest honey from flowers in your garden plot. You will use the honey that you gather to fulfill orders in your shop. Customers will be coming in the shop and have different demands for you to fulfill. Every flower in your garden produces different honey. The customers will ask you for honey of a specific flower or a mix flower honey. In the first case you will collect the honey that the customer which is waiting in line first wants. You need to fill up the jars of honey and in time. If you collect honey that is not asked of you, that honey goes in a different jar, where multiple flavors of honey are put together. At the beginning of the game you are given three plots to seed your flowers. You get your seeds from your storage, where they are kept through the whole game. Some plots will have an image of a flower on them and you will get a bonus harvest when you plant that type of flower in the plot. After you put the seeds the flower needs to grow, but it won’t grow all by its own. You have to nurture it and take care of it, with everything it needs. First there is the most important thing, and that is watering the plants. The flowers will ask from time to time, to be watered, and clicking on the water drop icon will send bees to water it. If only it was that simple… You will get a couple of times lucky and you won’t have to do anything else, until the drop of honey appears on the flower for you to collect it. But there will be times when everything is working against you. You will be attacked by different bugs which are trying to steal your honey or seeds or eat your flowers and you have to be prepared for these cases. After the honey is collected the flowers will start dying and eventually leave seeds behind themselves so you can plant new flowers from those seeds. The seeds go in the storage department after you click on them for later usage. The number of seeds that you end the level with are what you begin the next level with so you have to be careful about what you plant and when so you are ready to play the next round, so make sure that you collect all of the seeds that are left behind by the flowers. Luckily, the game offers a few power-ups here and there that prove to be helpful. Finding the missing parts of a clock will allow you extra time. Gathering water droplets and a cloud symbol will bring down the rain, and with it faster growing times and automatic watering. Beans and the pod turn into extra flower seeds. This will add additional life to the game and challenge to that can help you in times of need or just boost up your score. After the game starts to evolve you will have to watch on your upgrade possibilities and to balance them, because you have to have the right amount of bee workers for your garden as you will definitely be buying additional plots. Make sure you don’t get too much of one side. The most amazing thing about this game is definitely the graphics. Because I played it on a new machine I didn’t feel any distortions or lacks in 3D graphics which looked beautifully. Surely older machines will feel the ‘heavy’ graphic requirements of this game, but what can you do… There are four locations in the game and 11 levels per location to play, and the first ones are just too easy, but later the challenge will be overwhelming for some players, so keep an eye on what you are doing and help the bees to finish their tasks.