Family Farm for Linux
|License:||Free to try|
|Last updated:||May 19, 2011|
|File size:||67.38 MB|
Editor's review Family Farm for Linux
A little house at the river In this 19th century game, you are going to work on the farms and you will build a house for your family. When you click on the cows, you are not going to get cash. The game is the simulation of the farmstead as it has been experienced in the stories and it expands over many generations. The game is about keeping the cows fed, developing their skills, growing their land in the Family Farm. You will enjoy the board game and the RPG mechanics that were designed by the developers of many other board games. You have to improve the soil and to watch weather so that you can grow your own crops. You should keep the livestock and poultry while rising the new generation that will be in charge of running the new farm. The game shows the bird-eye view around the farm with ability of zooming in or zooming out. The world of the game is tile based and you may easily plan the field, orchards, and corrals with other objects of the game. The season time is most of the time limited while there are activities that are going to take place in the real time. You have to manage the workers in an efficient way. You should cook the meals for the people and watch them for their fatigue in order to keep the people happy while working. As the members of your family continue to work, they are going to improve their own skills and they will become faster. The highly skills characters offer better chance to improve the farms while they work. The yields are now determined by the properties of the crops within the relationship of the weather or soil fertility as for other additional work. It is going to be expensive hiring the help but it gives you the time you need to upgrade you house and to provide more space to your growing family. As the family continues to grow, you may expand the farm so that you can focus on the long term investment like orchards and livestock.