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FarmVille 2: Country Escape Review

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FarmVille 2: Country Escape Review
  • Release Date: April 10, 2014
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Farmville 2: Country Escape is a mobile version of Farmville that maintains the premium lineage of the franchise and is optimized for the touchscreen operation and on-the-go play style. You can now switch to your lovely country escape anytime.

Farmville 2: Country Escape is a truly stylish and immersive farming game full of charm and personality. It depicts beautiful rural sceneries with high-end graphics, jovial animation and vivid sound effects. You can see the wheat waves and the happy kicking of animals while hearing the dragging moo, crisp chirps and water gurgling. The world simply immerses you immediately and then keeps you occupied with endless chores.

Farmville 2: Country Escape

Whether you have two minutes or two hours you can enjoy the game play. Unlike most games of this kind that best enjoyed only in short bursts, Farmville 2: Country Escape does a really good job to be as fun in hour-long sessions as in a few minutes’ play. Just have couples of minutes? Then supply the workshop for production, let plants to grow and leave. Have a large chunk of casual time? It goes by really fast in the farm as you labor – build, plant, harvest, collect, feed, bake, cook, craft, etc..

Enjoy the endless work in the farm. You have a complete production line to build. Take the small blackberry custard for example. You feed cows and milk them, send farm hands to search for rare blackberries, and grow wheat and make flour in the windmill before you can finally combine all ingredients in the pastry oven to make one blackberry custard. Due to the large variety of materials you can get from crops, animals, mines and shops you can really build a prosperous farm and factory.

It takes time to grow your farm. By that it means the crops and plants take time to fruit and food production and tools crafting also time-consuming. But that doesn’t necessarily mean forced pause of waiting. When waiting for the time-consuming activities you are not deprived of the seconds-based tasks like picking apples, harvesting wheat and making bags of flour or chucks of goat cheese. And you can sell raw materials similarly in the market. While that is not as profitable as made products, that brings in trickles of earnings while keeping you entertained.

No energy bar or constant lack of resources. The game pace is decided by the Barn space and Farm Orders in a special way. Everything from cow milks and corns to pies and nails are stored in the Barn that has limited space; once it’s full you can’t harvest anything. So you need to sell your goods constantly to make profits while keep your farm running. But you can’t sell at will but have to deliver goods based on farm orders. Sometimes you may have a hoard of goods which do not match the available orders. At that time you can dismiss those orders and wait for 10m for new ones arriving.

As you level up your farm you unlock new plants, animals and workshops and at the same time you can purchase adjacent areas for expansion. That’s quite an incentive. As you are busy around the farm you can see many interesting areas that can be within reach in the future like the mine, the landing, the tasting table and lighthouse promising fun and wealth. And after you arrive at Lv.11 or higher you can join a Farm Co-Op to interact with other farmers out there, not necessarily your facebook friends, to trade, share and go on adventures together. You don’t have to connect Facebook to socialize. That makes player interaction easy.

To conclude, Farmville 2: Country Escape is among the best, if not the best, farming simulation game on the mobile with its unique charms and personality. Hard to believe but have to, it’s completely free to play.

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