Lisa522 | Added on: October 18, 2010
Played the full hour of the demo yesterday. My impressions are that this is not really a TM game but a farm simulation that reminds me a great deal of something you would see on Facebook. When you do finish a level, the game announces it but just keeps right on playing. You are ploughing, planting, harvesting plants (no watering or extra moves involved) and the plants grow very quickly. There are also crows flying overhead that you have to shoot to gain experience points to advance in the game (wasn't crazy about this part). It's a sweet, little countryish feel - and then you whip out a shotgun and blow birds away? There seems to be a good variety of plants to grow. As you advance through the game, you are able to hire 3 helpers - you have full control of them and yourself. Eventually there are other buildings such as tomato paste to bring in higher profits. There really is no way to lose this game. You don't appear to be being timed in any fashion - that's why I say it seems more like it was written for FB; that, and the graphics, the controls, everything. If you are looking for a TM farming game, try something like Ranch Rush 2. If you just want a peaceful farming environment with no stress, this is probably your game. The lack of in depth care required for the plants though seems even to detract from THAT sort of gameplay. Worth demoing I guess, but don't get your hopes too far up.