This was a smart move by the game's publisher, Carte Blanche Greetings, because regardless of a game's content, Facebook and federal policies impose an age limit that only allows those 13 years-old and up to join.
On top of that, Me to You: My Place has had very limited success on Facebook, since its launch last December, though player reviews have been overwhelmingly positive. Due to its collection of mini-games, Me to You: My Place is heavily reminiscent of zSlide's Treasure Madness (which preceded Zynga's Treasure Isle).
Basically, you play Tatty Teddy (the star of Carte Blanche Greetings' huge stuffed animals franchise, Me to You Bears) as he rescues his Blue Nosed Friends in a fantasy world. You do this by clicking on tiles to find said friends and to hunt for treasure. Doing so, puts you face-to-face with a random mini-game.
The rest of the game involves caring for the animal friends you've rescued until they become your eternal BFFs, which will make them part of your friend collection. This includes fulfilling point-and-click activities and growing crops to feed them with.
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