Farming Simulation at its Core with Hay Day

Hay Day

When SuperCell announced Hay Day, and followed that new games would be worn on both iOS and Android, we dig into the inevitable waiting to play great games like Clash of Clans. Imagine our surprise when we saw Day Hay fully playable on smartphones at E3. Of course, this game represented the simian in great shape – although black and white, but it was time for an update. After all the extras in the excellent port Clash of Clans.

 

Hay Day is a tag-team through more than 100 levels overall; you control and manage a farm and give your best in order to bring it to the best possible. Of course, you will be assisted from time to time by your online friends. Good thing SuperCell keep this online game to encourage friends and those who know the game with each other. Along the way you will encounter Funky, Cranky and Candy many challenges in a manner similar to other simulation games. In fact, much of the new menu system reminds us of Farmville, and the game is visually similar to the City of original Farm. But after a swing on a vine through the lush tropical trees made, you will know this game is all Hay Day.

 

Many added features adorn recent output Hay update on iOS and Android, while some of the original features are reduced. It seems that some levels have been made easier, while others are more difficult; Simultaneous mode two original players was not available to play. In the original Hay Day game presented in the preview, you and a friend can play cooperatively or compete with each other, but it is not known if these modes will be included. The Android version will feature a bonus of two players and mini games via the online mode, but the game in co-op modes and competition will still be sorely missed if left out.

 

It’s good to see Rare include support for the single player mode rarely used, and with all the colors and shades, it is obvious that this game alone color will make full use of the new equipment. Use and refine the engine Hay Day seems perfectly suited for agriculture simulation like this, and it is impressive to see that it is possible and can be improved. We will wait patiently for its future updates that will surely add some features that may be of interest to us just like the idea of having unlimited diamonds and resources presented on this site about the game.


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