Farmington Tales

Welcome to Farmington Tales! Let's get farming in this unique Hidden Object farming simulator hybrid. Plant crops, nurture animals and run the farmer's market! Search the farm for rare treasures. Complete quests and hang out with a quirky cast of folk. Build upgrades like a silo or bridge! Plow, plant, water and harvest the perfect crop, even eggs, milk, and wool!

There aren't a bunch of tiny, hard to make out items, so I didn't have to give myself a headache squinting to find them all. If you accept quests for reward money I do recommend keeping a list handy of the quest items you're looking for as they might show up in scenes but not be listed at the bottom. You do the same things in this game that you did in the first game with the exception that now there is snow on the ground. There are also tons of extra trophies to get. The voice-overs are excellent and the storyline is unique. I love winter. The only thing I disliked was using my hard earned money to skip those mini games that got almost impossible to complete. The object is to raise money to save the farm. This is accomplished by playing HO games that earn you money and selling crops from your farm in the market to raise money. I highly recommend it and it is also better than other games similar to this that I have played in the past. They both are just wonderful games. It's great for adults and children alike. The farmer and his wife eventually have to return to the farm to help them out. I did not find them difficult to find at all and my children enjoyed helping me locate them as soon as we entered an HO scene.


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I hope there will be a Farmington Tales 3 in the near future! It's bigger than the screen so you have to scroll the camera around. My title said it all After the initial startup woes of figuring out what to do - it was Fairytale Griddlers: Red Riding Hood Secret lot of fun. Fun mix of time management and HO. You can actually loose in this game and Mad Mouse go start all Farmington Tales again. The object is to raise Farmington Tales to save the farm. The gems are very hard to see. There are also some time management aspects in the game as well in the form of collecting and watering crops and setting prices in the market for the items that you sell. The game also has several different mini games that you play. As you progress skips increase to larger sums. It took me six weeks to complete the game because after a few levels I would become incredbly bored and set it aside. It's certainly suitable for young children. Between levels, you have a big farm to create. If you accept quests for reward money I do recommend keeping a list handy of the quest items you're looking for as they might show up in scenes but not be listed at the bottom.

There are also some time management aspects in the game as well in the form of collecting and watering crops and setting prices in the market for the items that you sell. With your money you then shop in the store to purchase items for the farm such as new buildings, barns, animals, crops, etc. You find items to sell, and you also have to take care of the farm, watering, planting, etc. I was wishing I could get some hints so that I could figure them out. After the initial startup woes of figuring out what to do - it was a lot of fun. They left it as so they could tap into a sequel for their retirement I suppose. Kept me busy for hours, you don't have to think too much, very relaxing. You do the same things in this game that you did in the first game with the exception that now there is snow on the ground. I had to get used to a different way of playing from the normal HO game which has a storyline to follow. The same familiar characters and the farm from the first game are here, but there are changes in store for Dahlia Farms. Kept me busy for hours, you don't have to think too much, very relaxing. All in all this is a game with depth and something in it for everyone. There are a lot of little puzzles along the way, and it was a nice mix of ones I've enjoyed before and brand new ones. I enjoyed making my way through the story and meeting the quirky cast of characters.

It has great graphics and a cute story line, very kid friendly. Really clever HO scenes with optional goals to go for at all times, bonus gems to find, and very pretty winterey scenes. This game has a Battle Slots to offer, and I highly recommend it. They both are just wonderful games. A Farmungton reco from me.


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I thought that would get tedious but anything you need to do has a little icon at the edge of the screen and you can just click it to automatically move the camera to that spot There are several others as well and liked that feature a lot. I had to get used to a different way of playing from the normal HO game which has a storyline to follow. I'm usually very pleased with the Gamehouse games that I've purchased. It was just too much in detail. The farmer and his wife eventually have to return to the farm to help them out. The addition of several different types of mini games throughout game play is also a delight. With your money you then shop in the store to purchase items for the farm such as new buildings, barns, animals, crops, etc. Am really bummed, because it was fun. I usually like more cartoony graphics like Brunhilda and the dark crystal, but these graphics are nice. If you skip Fun game! Finding the gems was part of the fun for me and the other quests offered within the HO part.

There are several others as well and liked that feature a lot. This is accomplished by playing HO games that earn you money and selling crops from your farm in the market to raise money. There are also some time management aspects in the game as well in the form of collecting and watering crops and setting prices in the market for the items that you sell. As I said in the beginning of this review, I'm confident that you'll enjoy this game. There were some fun extras in the hidden object scenes as well--getting bonuses for finding objects in certain order, spotting hidden gems agree with reviewer who says they are difficult to find, but they're supposed to be. A definite reco from me. If you accept quests for reward money I do recommend keeping a list handy of the quest items you're looking for as they might show up in scenes but not be listed at the bottom. Not really challenging. If you are like me that love TM farm games you'll over look some nuances of the game as I did as forementioned. Some of the puzzles are really challenging - I haven't yet found the keys for the farm gate, have taken the payment instead. As I said in the beginning of this review, I'm confident that if you enjoyed the first Farmington Tales, you'll love this follow up of that game. I'm usually very pleased with the Gamehouse games that I've purchased. As I said in the beginning of this review, I'm confident that if you enjoyed the first Farmington Tales, you'll love this follow up of that game.

3 thoughts on “Farmington Tales

  1. I had to set up different "characters" for my children so they could play their own farms! However it's a pleasant enough HO if you like this style. You can plant tons of different crops, sell items and crops in the market, take care of the farm animals, etc. I really enjoyed it!! Tasks appear out of nowhere and are effortlessly performed with a click.

  2. I was wishing I could get some hints so that I could figure them out. I'm disappointed but I was forewarned as to the simplicity of the HO by previous reviewers, if I remember correctly. They left it as so they could tap into a sequel for their retirement I suppose.

  3. The story, graphics, sounds are all wonderful. With your money you then shop in the store to purchase items for the farm such as new buildings, barns, animals, crops, etc. The mini games got extremely repetitive and boring After the initial startup woes of figuring out what to do - it was a lot of fun.

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