Incrediland on Facebook: An incredibly confusing experience
The game starts you off with one Incredimal, the Gambi. Now, there are 30 subspecies to each of the game's species of critters making for 90 total Incredimals to collect. Now, how you do this is where Incrediland becomes frustratingly convoluted. Frankly, I created an Incredimal and have no idea how I did it. Even after reading the game's tutorial carefully the process is like some sort of endless, pointless Rube Goldberg puzzle.
Finally, your newly trained and matured Incredimal can breed with your existing ones to create new subspecies. As you level up from creating new creatures, you will gain access to new species and subspecies. The game's tutorial video claims that your friends will be needed to progress, but I've yet to see any reason to add friends other than the ability to trade and sell Incredimals. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to much more to Incrediland than the simple and inexplicable act of collecting miscellaneous creatures. Sure, Incrediland has an impressive and complex breeding concept and collection hook, but its been nearly impossible to appreciate beneath baffling interaction design.
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