TV Farm 2
A Nice Change of Pace
I enjoyed this game. It was a nice break from the usual gathering materials and building style time management games. However, it was not very challenging and I like my games to be fast and furious. There may have been three levels out of the 50 that I had to repeat to get gold, and that is only because I didn't use sound strategy to begin with. For the most part, this game is a nice no brainer game to play to pass the time. The only part I didn't like was an annoying bird (cawing) sound that would at times startle me and my dogs.
May 3, 2013
Not very long to complete the game. But a fun moment.
October 27, 2013
Far too short, quite easy
I downloaded the free trials of both the first and second TV farm. I was disappointed when the trials ended as I was enjoying the game, so I decided to buy TV Farm 2. Although it is a fun little game I finished it with all gold within a few hours. A very short game and not worth the purchase really. But it is fun, so if you're not an experienced TM player you will probably enjoy it.
May 16, 2013
Tutorial Wasn't Very Helpful
I took so long trying to figure out how to make sugar popcorn that I didn't get far in the trial. I kept buying sugar and growing corn to no avail. I had to go to Forums during the trial game! I didn't know that I had to click on the sugar bundle when the helicopter dropped it. I thought the sugar would automatically be added to the warehouse. I didn't enjoy TV Farm 2; I shouldn't be that frustrated so early on in a game.
May 7, 2013
Hope your eyesight is good
I've bought a lot of farm TM games, including this one which is not destined to become one of my favourites. Having purchased the original TV Farm and lost interest in it half way through, I thought after reading the reviews that this one might be more to my liking. I was disappointed.
My number one gripe with it: the tiny weeny little buildings that you have to have your glasses on to see, if you are visually challenged like I am. I found it impossible to tell which building did what and ended up just frantically clicking on them hoping I had whatever goods needed to activate that particular building. The even tinier little garden plots and the fine motor control needed to select the seeds and plant them and change seeds was another gripe, not to mention the almost microscopic inventory at the right hand side of the screen.
The story line - well, I didn't see that there was one. It was just a TV producer or presenter (I forget which) and her crew traipsing around various sites with a really annoying, unfunny pig called Kenny.
I also thought the game was rather short, although in view of the issues I had with it perhaps that wasn't such a bad thing. Why did I buy it? I'm starved for a really good TM game. Unfortunately this wasn't it.
May 8, 2013