Musings From Us Listings For farming simulations

The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to farming simulations that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.

Farm to Fork

This entry was posted in Casual Games, Farming Simulation, General Musings, Software, Time Management Games by Snowfoxx on

Fun Factor:★★★★★ 

I have played some farming simulations in the past, and many of them have been slow moving, or have time requirements that are just far too unrealistic. Farm to Fork is none of those things, and is one of the most refreshing farming sims I have come across in a very long time. You start off as four fresh young dudes with a failing farm that just needs a new opportunity to get your goods into a new market. One is considering the situation as he checks out the bags of wheat and the loaf of bread he has been nomming on while is buddies are having a spell of financial depression. The light bulb goes on, and soon the farmhouse is a production area where the freshest ingredients right from the farm become bread, salads, and so much more to bring variety to this little farm.

Farm Craft

This entry was posted in Casual Games, Simulation Games, Software by Snowfoxx on

FunFactor: ★★★★☆ 

Farm simulators are everywhere it seems, since the days of Harvest Moon, and those chibi farmers, or maybe even as far back as Maxis’ SimFarm. Here we are with another one, FarmCraft, and we play as Ginger, a redheaded young lady with a talent for tilling the soil and making things grow. There is lots of running around, planting, keeping the soil fresh with fertilizers and watering. You get new demands for different crops with each level and also take on raising some livestock. This is a fun little game that keeps your eyes darting around the screen as you click on the places Ginger needs to go, from plot to plot, to supplies, to the animals and so on. Time management games like FarmCraft are pretty addictive, so clear an afternoon as you clear some newground to plant your tomatoes, eggplants, and pumpkins. make sure to keep your livestock fed well so they can produce chubby little piglets and calves, too.