Virtual Farm 2
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 800 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 128 MB Ram
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Virtual Farm 2 

Harvest the fruits of your labor for profit in Virtual Farm 2 Deluxe, a wonderful challenge to become the top farmer in town. Raise bumper crops to produce the delicious products that people want. Dig up soil, plant seeds, and harvest the produce. From there, you'll need to process your goods into delicious treats such as cheese, ice cream, cakes and more.

  • turn a small farm into a profit machine in this engaging farm challenge
  • dig up soil, plant eight types of crops, and harvest the produce to make products people crave
  • upgrade 10 factories to produce cheese, ice cream, cakes, and more
  • set your price and try to outsell the competition
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Reviews of Virtual Farm 2
 | Added on: July 29, 2011
 
This game looked like a lot of fun - I like farming type games. I found it was a lot less fun when I actually played it - the controls are difficult, and having to switch screens to the market and to any "machinery/animals" and back to your crops is quite annoying. Not to mention how easy it is to cancel a string of actions without even noticing. It's not very fun.
 | Added on: July 25, 2011
 
Silly me. I really loved the first virtual farm game, so I figured this was the same so I used one of my points to purchase the game. It is a total snore! I ended up going to make a sandwich while waiting for the farmer to finish his chore. I am deleting the game and am sorry to have wasted my point. Try the free option if you want to see for yourself, but save your $$. Hey gamehouse? Can I get my point back!?
 | Added on: August 2, 2011
 
when you go to the market the garden stop to grow, that's mean you can only do one thing at a time... pretty waist of time. In the garden you cann't speed up the tempo of the gardener.
 | Added on: August 3, 2011
 
O my- this was the slowest game I think I ever played. The farmer is slower than a snail on ice.The crops wither & need replanting so frequently that there is no edge to get ahead of the game. You are constantly switching screens- the market the farm the production area. You get one going & the market needs products, but there is no way of knowing unless you switch the scenes. There are only a certain number of soil patches (I went almost to level 5 before I gave it up) so planting is limited. Don't even entertain the idea of buying this one - not worth time or effort to play it.
 | Added on: July 26, 2011
 
Unless I'm missing something, there is no way to produce enough to keep production going in this game. I guess if you think of it as time management in slow motion, it would be okay, but the darned farmer is slower than an octogenarian on a cold morning. Tool upgrades aren't much better, and you have to keep purchasing them. Either I've completely missed the point here, or this game is simply bad. Be sure to give it an entire hour of trial before you decide to buy!
 | Added on: August 10, 2011
 
I first played this game online with other players. This way you are able to swap crops. Reserve your field for one crop. Manufacture mass amounts of one product to sell to customers and other players. Since there are limitations, it was MORE FUN playing with other members who were willing to help. Think of it...you planted cotten and made string and someone else planted coca and made product from that. If you suddenly needed coca you could buy 30 from them and manufacture it. The elements they took out to make this a single player game does limit the play, but I still like it. I would buy it as is with a few tips. The main thing is upgrading. You have to make money. The machines are the best money makers but you have to see what the customers are buying. its best to have one of each in the beginning. Then switch to mass production. Example. 2 of the 3 top machines, then max out the upgrades so they are producing 5 or more products at a time. It is a lot of work but you can keep your machines pumping out products. Water...plants...pick..sell. Then switch back to produce. Your routine shouldn't change unless you get an order of have to sell something. I have alot of great ideas to improving the way you play the game if you are interested please contact me :)
 | Added on: August 4, 2011
 
I like these kinds of games, but this was a little too easy. Should have been more challenging as the levels got higher. Maybe a time limit, or earning more money. While there is the market to sell products, it really doesn't matter so much whether you sell there or not. Concept is good, needs to be kicked up a notch!
 | Added on: July 29, 2011
 
Honestly, not that fun at all! Once you get about 30 minutes into the game, it becomes almost impossible to stay focused on the game. It is a super clicky game. You have to continue buying the upgrades (not just once) and you have to "replant" each square like every 3 minutes. It is almost to the point of annoying. Dont waste your money or time on this game...!
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