When Crio games put Farm Tribe 2 together, it was as if they melded older casual games into one. Farm Tribe 2 has the graphics of Virtual Villagers, the sounds of Asami’s Sushi Shop, and the gameplay style of *insert title of any Alawar/Melesta farming sim game here*.
Apparently, we are dealing with the fixing up the property that was found by Mark Chester and his daughter, Anne, that was found in Farm Tribe. Mark has decided to give this little slice of land to his daughter and her fiance’, Paul, as a wedding gift, never mind the fact that is sits on the ruins of some ancient South American culture we never learn the name of. Also, there is rumoured to be a treasure on the old farm, and the previous owner, Carter Brooks, is obsessed with finding it. Read more...(347 words, 31 images, estimated 1:23 mins reading time)
I had played similar games to Farm Tribe before, and although they can become addictive once you get far along into the game, getting started can be rough. This game started off slow moving while I was trying to get my new workers into place. As Anny, the daughter of an archeologist whom is searching for some Mayan mysteries, you take over the farm in the jungle that is going to fund Father’s research. You grow crops, and gather berries to make products for the local restaurants at the resorts at the nearby beaches, but meanwhile, hold back some of your products to take care of your workers in not only foods, but using funds to make your little farming community comfortable and a great place to not only work, but live. Read more...(316 words, 31 images, estimated 1:16 mins reading time)