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  • Summary: Hay Day is a totally new farming experience with smooth gestural controls lovingly handcrafted for your iPad or iPhone.?? Available in English, Deutsch, Español, Français, Português, Italiano, Türk, Nederlands, Norske ??Get back to nature and experience the peaceful,Hay Day is a totally new farming experience with smooth gestural controls lovingly handcrafted for your iPad or iPhone.?? Available in English, Deutsch, Español, Français, Português, Italiano, Türk, Nederlands, Norske ??Get back to nature and experience the peaceful, simple life of working the land and rearing chickens, pigs, cows and sheep.Make a name for yourself by harvesting crops and building bakeries, sugar mills and dairies that turn your fresh produce into wholesome goods you can trade with your friends at your very own Farmer's Market.REVIEWS????? “Hayday. Love playing this game.”????? “Love the swipe mechanics. The swiping feels really cool.”????? “Wow. I was a bit skeptic about playing a farming game, but this game is absolutely beautiful, havent played anything at its level on iOS!”????? “Such a fun and addicting game! The animals and all they do is super cute - never a dull moment!!! Love it”FEATURES• FREE TO PLAY!• Produce delicious food using natural ingredients from your very own farm• Buy and sell your healthy, farm-fresh produce at the Farmer’s Market• Play and trade with your friends on Game Center and Facebook• Easy, fun touch gestures that mimic real farming activities• Raise and care for funny farm animals with quirky personalities!• Build processing facilities like a sugar mill or a loom• Work the land and improve your farm with different tools• Beautiful animations and sounds. Your farm really feels alive!• Retina optimized for the new iPadHaving problems? Any suggestions? We would love to hear from you! You can reach us at hayday.feedback@supercell.net Expand
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  1. Jul 3, 2012
    80
    Overall, this game is a gem and a steal for being available in the App Store for free. If you're a fan of simulation games, Hay Day is visually pleasing and will definitely keep your inner agriculturalist giddy for hours.
  2. Jul 6, 2012
    70
    It might be just another freemium time sink, but Hay Day does everything right, and for that it deserves some praise.
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  1. Feb 10, 2014
    9
    I like, in hay day, that you run a farm, raise livestock like sheep, cows. You grow crops like corn and apples. I think it’s a realisticI like, in hay day, that you run a farm, raise livestock like sheep, cows. You grow crops like corn and apples. I think it’s a realistic simulator and it’s very addictive. I play it every day. Expand
  2. Feb 15, 2013
    9
    Very fun app. That's all I have to say, FUN APP.
  3. Jun 7, 2014
    9
    Very good application, I like playing it. I wonder if sites like http://www.goodcheats.net/hay-day-cheats/ provide actual glitches with newestVery good application, I like playing it. I wonder if sites like http://www.goodcheats.net/hay-day-cheats/ provide actual glitches with newest version? Because Hay Day has been updated to v1.18 recently. Expand
  4. Mar 7, 2013
    9
    This game is awesome! This game is like City Vile but in IoS! Really good game! And the better: ITS FREE! Great game, this should be played toThis game is awesome! This game is like City Vile but in IoS! Really good game! And the better: ITS FREE! Great game, this should be played to every IoS member. But... I don´t like the space in house (i don´t know). So, i will give 9 to 10. (sorry for bad english i´m portuguese so...) Expand
  5. Mar 14, 2016
    7
    Just deleted my hay day after being a regular player for few years. Reason, kicked out of derby after working for prizes, losing them and noJust deleted my hay day after being a regular player for few years. Reason, kicked out of derby after working for prizes, losing them and no explanation as to why. Last two I joined? At least a fore warning, but to do it the way it's being done is bullying. So deleted your game. Saw on forum other people complained of this too. Realize some people are competitive but this is unacceptable. Expand
  6. Jan 29, 2015
    7
    This is a great addictive game and I got up to level 63, really loved it. But got tired of endlessly having my diamonds misspent with a tooThis is a great addictive game and I got up to level 63, really loved it. But got tired of endlessly having my diamonds misspent with a too easy click (supposed to have double click options) on ridiculous things that I did not mean to spend them on. This was a distressing element that took away all the enjoyment from the game. Gave it all up when 185 diamonds were taken off me with a click while I was trying to do something else. Once they install the double click option on every action this will be an even better game. Expand
  7. Aug 10, 2014
    2
    Hay Day is a farm simulation game that makes you wait for two hours to bake a cookie, five hours to watch a pumpkin grow, and eleven hours toHay Day is a farm simulation game that makes you wait for two hours to bake a cookie, five hours to watch a pumpkin grow, and eleven hours to meditate on apple trees blossoming.

    If this had been a freeware game, any reviewer would be quick to point out that the game mechanics are fundamentally flawed to the extend of making the game unplayable. Had Hay Day been a fixed price commercial game, reviewers would likewise bemoan the poor replay value and the criminally wasted potential in a game that should have been great - but failed to deliver.

    Instead Hay Day belongs to the free-to-play category of games, which seemingly makes every reviewer jump with giddy joy, and blank out the most basic fundamentals of gaming mechanics, before regurgitating scores in the high 70s - something that Hay Day simply does not deserve.

    It could have been a great casual simulator, had it only been developed with the player in mind, but the all dominating emphasis on micro-transactions cripples the game to a degree where it turns sour, repetitive and ultimately unrewarding.
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