It has been a while since a new farming game made its debut on Facebook, but the folks over at Mobile Entertainment have spotted a new title in the genre from Gameloft, called Green Farm. It's not the first Facebook title ever for Gameloft, a well-known mobile developer, but the release is nonetheless interesting.
While in many ways the same as a typical farming game, Gameloft's take does feel a little different. Aesthetically pleasing and coming with a handful of new mechanics, the game is well made and already has around 120,000 monthly active users.
As in any other farming game, players plant crops, harvest crops, and sell crops. In order to mix it up a bit, they can also grow various farm animals and trees. Truth be told, there isn't anything more to say about the game's core. All the mechanics have been done to death in a slew of clones.
Gameloft did create a few minor changes here and there. One of the major ones comes in the form of farm equipment. These expensive devices appear to be tools that will automate different processes around ones farm. As an example, players can purchase an "Apple Juice Press" that will produce 100 units of juice a day from up to three apple trees. There are also "green" items that can be purchased for virtual currency such as a "Compost Box" that will produce free fertilizer.
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