Relaxing Farm Game
Tune into a lifelike farm sim and experience breathtaking farmer simulation of all times. No need to waste your time on boring games as you can sow, grow and sell different crops to make cash. What’s even more exciting is that this game offers 5 different farms and you get to look after your very own orchards and vineyards to get fruit, vine and jelly from.
Come and play the newest farming game on Android for 2020 on Google Play at Play.google.com
Medieval Farms features casual game play with the ability to play offline too.
Grow Tomatoes, Corn, Carrots, Peppers, Artichoke, Hay and more.
Upgrade your barns to get new seeds and unlock production of specialty goods.
Sell your crops at the Market and build up your Coin
Furnish and Expand your Farm House with your earnings.
Buy the Dairy and raise Cows to produce Milk
Tend your fruit trees in the Orchard.
Grow Grapes in the Vineyard and unlock Jelly production
Feed your Cows, Pigs, and Chickens with the crops you raise
Obtain unique achievements to obtain StarCash to speed along your progress
Great farming game simulator that will have many more updates in the future
Destined to be one the best farming games of 2020.
5 total farms to unlock with many more already in the works.
No signal, no problem- you can play this Farming Game Offline, one of the few farming games without internet needed after install.
Get it on Android today
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It's an OK game. A bit slow and a bit repetitive, the irony is watching a 30s advert to "speed up the game", but every game needs its revenue stream I guess. My feedback to the dev would be to consider giving the player access to more variety of zones from the beginning but with less available workable area in each, so a small orchard, a small field, a small dairy, etc, so there's more variety but more upgrading required to make them profitable. Also flooding the market with a single crop is usually a bad thing and wouldn't be "profitable" in real life. Instead, topping up stalls with things they're low on and growing more variety would make more sense.