The Tooth Fairy Saves Easter

The Tooth Fairy Saves Easter 2.0

It is a 3D 3rd-person fantasy game with two levels of great fun
2.0 (See all)
OTS Software

The Tooth Fairy Saves Easter is a third-person shooter game, developed by OTS Software and aimed at children. The storyline is quite attractive and will surely catch kids’ attention.
Briefly, the plot is as follows: Rif and Raf, two naughty rabbits, have stolen the egg gems that Easter Bunny uses to carve the eggs. The player, in the role of a fairy, has the task of retrieving the gems, and take them back to Easter Bunny, sorting out obstacles in her way and fighting evil rabbits that will try to prevent her from fulfilling her mission.

Gameplay is average, maybe too simplistic and limited, since everything reduces to shoot the rabbits and pick up the gems, which ends up getting repetitive. Besides, the game itself is very tricky. A few minutes after you have started, lots of evil creatures will appear at the same time and the fairy is not very likely to last long.
Another problem with the game is the graphics, beyond the good 360º perspective, visuals are rather poor, lacking details, and at the moments of more action the game gets too slow.
The game would have been more interesting if graphics and gameplay matched the storyline. The Tooth Fairy Saves Easter has a freeware license so it can be downloaded and used freely.

Mariel Rearte
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Review summary


  • Interesting storyline
  • Freeware


  • Poor graphics
  • Simplistic gameplay
  • Contains mild-violence
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