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|March 8, 2013 at 3:10 am #421478|
The farming genre has been done and re-done in the past and it ended up being an overcrowded genre with very few notable games that are worth playing. Hay Day is one of these games – one that in my case was good enough to make me love the genre again after an overdose of FarmVille and after for a few months I was unable to even think about playing a farming sim again.
Hay Day provides an interactive gaming environment appropriate for all ages. It avoids the gruesome side of livestock farming; slaughtering animals never comes into play. Instead machines extract bacon from pigs without harming them. As well the livestock requires food to produce goods, but not feeding an animal will never lead to its death. Therefore children can learn the importance of agriculture without getting too much exposure to the life cycle. Surely no parents will develop aversions regarding the game’s content.
The Hay Day iPhone app opens with the completely unnecessary, yet charming story that you have inherited a farm from your uncle. You get a chance to fix it up by painting the barn, house, and silo. Then, you move methodically through planting and cultivating your first crop and establishing a chicken coop. As you earn points, your coins accumulate in order to build and buy equipment to convert your crops into marketable items like a bakery and a feed mill. A certain period of time must pass for items to grow and be prepared, so you can turn on notifications to let you know when your assistance is needed.
And this is not a bad thing – Hay Day doesn’t try to force you into purchasing coins or spending real money and that’s the great thing about it! It’s natural and everything makes sense, completing missions and being able to expand turning out, eventually, to be a really rewarding experience.
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|May 3, 2013 at 4:20 pm #422177|
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