Summary: My 6 year old brother got this game to play on our summer holidays. I thought it would be be about a farm that you could go and explore, and earn money and buy fields and animals but it was actually quite difficult at first considering my brother and I thought you TAPPED the screen to perform...
I even got my very game savy brother to try and figure it out and he said he's never seen anything like it. Avoid would be my su
20 December 2011
Summary: Bought this for my farm mad son of 6. We were very excited when it arrived, but the game and completely redundant instructions made it frustrating and in the end my son didn't even want to try.
Summary: After all of the hype on facebook, with Farmville and all of the other farming games, i thought that i needed something away from the PC and onto my DS. I found this, it's very addictive. You feed your animals, farm and harvest your crops.
Summary: This is the type of game you keep playing because you are sure things will get better having just spent over £20 on it. Having played it on 6 short train journeys (well there was nothing else to do) I have had enough. There is a severe lack of depth and flexibility.
Summary: After getting caught up in the hype of Farmville on facebook, I decided to buy this to play on the DS, but I found it pretty repetitive, and there was so much to do but the time seemed to go by so quickly in the game, and if you do not go to bed when it is dark, it deducts time off from the next...
Summary: I played this while I was babysitting. The kids had gone to bed & I spotted this lying on the table. I thought it looked a bit rubbish but started playing anyway; I had nothing better to do & I was hoping it would be one of those games that's so bad it's actually funny.