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Cozy Grove Review-in-Progress Part 1

For a little more insight into what Cozy Grove is, check out my first impressions article from yesterday. Today I want to talk about Cozy Grove’s graphics!


Cozy Grove is a cute, colorful cartoon-like game. If you’ve ever played Don’t Starve, the graphics are a bit like that game expect not as dark and stormy looking.

Basically Cozy Grove lives up to its name: it is cozy. The graphics are like a warm blanket that gets even more comfortable when you bring more color back to the island by completing objectives.

However when you do bring color in, the game’s framerate does stunner occasionally. It can also stunners when the game is saving too. And Cozy Grove will slow down while you are walking around sometimes. Its not a big deal, but you’ll notice for it for sure. Here’s hoping that the framerate issues can be fixed via an update.

Also its strange how you can walk through objects like bushes and some other things that you would think would be solid. You can occasionally get stuck on a small object for just a second too.

Oh and guess what? You can’t sit in chairs or go into that outhouse that you can put on the ground. The object interaction in this game isn’t good. Its disappointing. The furniture in the game is nice so far but its just there for looks.


Cozy Grove isn’t perfect visually but its still a beautiful looking game. I do love how all of the characters in the game are designed. The island and objects are good looking too. This is a cute game and I do like checking up on it every day.

I can’t wait to see whats revealed next in this game. As I said in my first impressions, Cozy Grove is a game you play for a little bit every day.

Later in the week, I’ll have part 2 of my review-in-progress where I look at the game’s gameplay a little bit more and update you on my progress!

Thank you to The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild for providing a digital code for this review. Cozy Grove will be released for the Nintendo Switch eshop on April 8th.


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blank Daniel Fugate has wanted to be a writer since he was seven years old. He has a bachelor's degree in English and he's a huge Animal Crossing fan. The Wii U and 3DS are currently his favorite video game systems!

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