The game’s hands-off approach allows for a more relaxed and carefree affair, which is massively refreshing when we consider the current farming trend that tends to favor realism and constriction above all else. Putting its slightly convoluted mechanics aside, Farm Together offers a relatively light-hearted and fun experience that, although repetitive in the long run, manages to stand tall and firm.
The presentation side of the game has a lot of charm running through it and for me both the visuals and sound design enhanced my overall experience. There’s lots of different customization elements you can produce in your farm and this does make your farm personal to how you want it. I really enjoyed the easy to pick up and play style when farming because that meant that my young children could enjoy this game as well. In terms of content the game has quite a bit for you to be getting on with and the replay ability is high meaning you’ll return back to the game time and time again.
The different quests and missions in the game are fun to complete and by doing them it shows you that you can do a lot of different things on your farm or somebody else’s. There is a great deal of grinding required at times which can make things become a little tedious every now and then. Farm Together did an amazing thing and that amazing thing was that it made my girlfriend enjoy gaming. This is an impressive feat as well because my girlfriend isn’t the biggest fan of gaming so watching her enjoying doing different farming tasks was quite nice to see. Thankfully I also enjoyed my time with the game as well and as far as farming games go it’s up there with the very best and that’s mainly because it allows you to go at your own pace whilst also chopping and changing everything to your hearts content. This then means in terms of replayabilty the game has an almost endless amount and you’ll definitely return back to your farm or other people’s farms time and time again. The easy to pick up and play style also means that gamers of all ages can play as well and my children definitely enjoyed helping me out with the various farming tasks I had to do. In terms of problems the game doesn’t have too many at all and for me the only real problem was that it didn’t offer you the chance to play the game in a couch co-op setting. That being said I was easily able to look past this because you can all enjoy the game controlling the same character. At the end of the day then Farm Together gets a big recommendation from me because it makes farming fun and this fun lasts for a long time and for the nice price you get more than enough to keep you satisfied. Thumbs up!
Es un juego que me relaja mucho y suelo jugarlo al menos una vez a la semana.
Una vez llegas a desbloquear todos los terrenos pierde interés pero han vuelto a ampliar la granja y se pueden desbloquear tierras haciéndola inmensa.
This is a pretty enough looking game. It doesn't offer much new in this genre. The game almost deliberately sets itself up for you to NOT play it. 2 REAL days for watermelons to mature? So.. water your plants and turn the game off. IF you really need a time waster, Bloons TD5 is probably better.