I've been addicted to this one for a couple of years now. Finally had to quit it because I got so obsessed with it. It's on Facebook, so you must join Facebook in order to play this FREE game. I've made several TRUE friends through playing in My Fairyland. Cooperating with and helping other players is the only way to succeed in this game.
Here's a description of it from Fairyland Wiki (http://fairyland.wikia.com/wiki/Fairyland):
Each player is known by his or her first name on Facebook and has a Fairy or Elf, to whom much of the activity is attributed. A player can name their Fairy/Elf and upload a picture, and can change the status of the Fairy/Elf.
A player has a garden, which may contain up to nine items at once (only 5 items until level 2 is reached), mostly plants but with the ability to include a feeding table or two for wildlife. Plants generally take one to two weeks to grow, flower, and produce harvestable fruit. Lower level plants have lower growth times, while higher plants such as the Pink Cap Mushroom, can take over 20 days.
Any player may water plants in his or her own garden and most others. There are some restrictions:
- A garden may be frozen, indefinitely, either by owner choice or after a week's absence; then there is no growth, no watering, and no wilting (but friends can still find treasure gold at intervals on the "Collect From Friends" option (#3) on the Find Gold link)
- Watering a particular plant is not allowed within 5 minutes of the previous watering. This is a standard set time for the whole of Fairyland.
- Any garden owner has the option to go Private, which allows only fairies on their actual Facebook friends list into their garden. If you are not on this list, you will see a note stating the garden is currently Private when trying to enter it.
You can add a garden to your favorites list, which is capped at 30 gardens. It is wise to make Fairy friends and add them on Facebook, so they will be added to the Friends garden list, and you can remove them to from the Favorite garden list to make room for more.