This is one of the first games I played on this site.
It's a great little game, starts off easier, but gets more tricky.
It is a good game for when you feel like doing something that will take your mind off something, but isn't hugely demanding and frustrating!
November 28, 2011
fun time management game
a fun game with interesting upgrades to gameplay
August 1, 2012
Amazing Farming and Time Management
This game is really good, especially for younger kids (ages 9 - 13) but it has stayed with me since I was about 9 (I'm 15 now). The way it's set up, you see how if you care about something, it will grow and flourish into something successful.
Really loved it, especially the shops that make items from the base of the game.
I really detest the grandpa when he's not wearing shoes that make him go faster, but he gets better as soon as you buy them.
December 28, 2012
One of the best game ever!
This was one of my first time management games and when i played it, i got into it like crazy, non stop playing, it gets very intense and challenging at the end , thats the best thing about it! this game got me into other time management games! i hope they keep making sequels, Amazing game!
March 30, 2013
Fun Farm Game - Farm Mania
Entertainment for hours! Super fun game
April 3, 2013
Fun Hidden Object Game!
Focus on the game and the game play.
June 15, 2013
i love it
i love it. its so much fun.. i hope my kid will find it as much fun as i do.
September 22, 2013
different but pretty fun
i definately like a game u dont beat the first time you play. keeeps u busy
February 27, 2012
fun relaxing game with an option for no timer
There is two modes of play with this, one with a timer and one casual mode. I only played casual mode. It was great for a change to be able to play a TM game without being kicked out of a level. You are a girl working the farm and each level requires you to make or collect different things - from milk, eggs, fruit, wool, to later making pies, mittens, bandages, yoghurt etc. There is a man who rakes the hay, collects water, and food for the animals for you but you have still to tell him what to do.
You also have things to buy for improvements (although I wish I didn't buy the large truck as you run out of money quicker than you can make it.) And can sell or buy animals.
I liked how the game was broken up after every 5 levels or so with a hidden object scene - find 15 sheep. But it was timed and if you clicked on a wolf or random clicked you were penalised heavily with the clock. Those had to be the hardest things to find as they were just shadows and I never finished one!
It was long enough, not super long as some TM games I've seen. I just liked that I could play and finish a TM game for a change. It's not the most exciting TM game I have played but enjoyed it.
May 16, 2012
It's a TM along the lines of Dragon Keeper, or Magic Farm - both of which are better games in this genre. You have little choice on what you are doing with the time available. You can only carry 2 things, so you are going back and forth a lot carrying water and feed. You are supposed to be helping save your Grandfather's farm. The Farmscape games are better done for that storyline. I'm going to wait until it's a daily special for $2.99 before I buy it.
May 6, 2013