Chaotic Garden Game Online - Play Free Fun Farm Browser Games
Are you ready for a chaos fight in the garden against the nasty bird, fox and the bear? Gone are the days when weeds were your fiercest competition. There are some real baddies coming to bust up your garden and it's up to you to protect it! Get ready your hens, cows and chickens to fight against the nasty baddies attempting to infiltrate the peaceful garden. Put defenses and traps that can help to stop them. Have fun!
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