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Bee Farm requires players to draw a route around the garden for their band of hard-working bees, gathering pollen from flowers and bringing it back to the hives. The garden is a dangerous place, so players must carefully and quickly help the five different types of bees to avoid carnivorous plants, wasp attacks, rain storms and tornados, all while making sure the busy workers don’t crash into each other and lose their precious cargo. There is also a Survival mode that keeps the action going as long as the pollen is brought home.
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