Youda Farmer 2: Save the Village
good for xperience ur kids about he farmer
June 12, 2013
Fun Time Management
This is a definate upgrade from the first one - you see where there are smoothing out the first one and making it better. The third one is the best so far but I enjoyed going back and checking this one out. There is a bit of a challange since the third one smoothed out some hiccups with this one but still a fun time management.
March 16, 2012
Great than the past one
I think this is was great and much more good Youda Farmer game than the old one. Because it was really good to play and have many more challenges and mini-games..
June 23, 2013
More delivery person than farmer
The idea of the game is to re-build the village, by delivering items to various shops in order to gain money so that shops can be upgraded in order for more goods to be produced from the various shops.
The game is very simplistic in formula (and not really a farming game if this is what you are after (I put farming games into the BF search engine and this game came up), the game as said above is more of a delivery game but of farming products.
The graphics are basic (guessing the game is a good few years old now), the music is on par with this genre, but as an added bonus there is a voice over, that drives the story.
The game though to me is a tad confusing at the beginning as it doesn't really explain about the different time bonuses with regards to collection of the 'stock' and I was filling up with the same item (in order to get extra money), not realising that I needed to watch which stock items were going to amber and red in order for the time bonuses and ultimately the level (if the stock got to 'red' to many times then it was 'level over'). That sounded a tad confusing I know but basically the longer you leave stock 'hanging' the more likely you are not to 'win' the level.
Over all I am not sure about this one, I trialled it on a whim as I thought it was another farming game (my new favourite, genre-wise), but whilst initially disappointed, that it wasn't and was going to stop playing after 10 minutes or so, decided to give it a full trial, and must say whilst the game still seems simplistic, there is depth to it as you have to combine items in order to fulfil different food orders, and collect wood to upgrade, and complete all the different tasks, so whilst I am not sure whether I will purchase (though as it is on offer this weekend I may do), I would certainly semi-recommend to others if they want a slight deviation from the normal farming games.
May 4, 2013