Time to dabble in the arts of baking and feeding some cows, farmers! There's plenty to do in this free-to-play mobile game and, just like its Facebook counterpart, you have all the time in the world to build up your farming empire and meet other players.
Life on the farm isn’t always easy: You have to work every day, get your hands dirty and make sure every plant, animal and helping hand is taken care of. Thankfully, in FarmVille 2: Country Escape you get to sit back and control your land by simply turning on your phone and tapping the touchscreen.
Every action can be accomplished by just pressing a button and without having to break a sweat. While this free mobile game is not the same as FarmVille 2, it can be connected to the Facebook version of the farming simulator to get the following perk: send your other account free water whenever you feel like it, as the precious resource used for watering plants is hard to get by on Facebook. FarmVille 2: Country Escape can also be played offline if you wish to do so.
There’s always something to do in FarmVille 2: Country Escape whether that is planting new crop, harvesting valuable materials or turning your resources into goods that can either be traded to other players or sold. As you unlock new items and play through quests, you gain experience points and level up. Progress means profit in this mobile game: The more exotic fruit and vegetables you are able to grow, the more bonus income you can get. You are free to spice things up and decorate your garden with different kinds of flowers, too! This allows you to set yourself apart from others and customize your farm to make it really look like it was built by your own hands.
FarmVille 2: Country Escape doesn’t force you stay on your farm every second of the day in order to climb up the leaderboard. Once you plant new seeds or feed your farm animals, you have to wait a certain amount of time before reaping your rewards - depending on what it is. That allows you to log into the free farming game whenever and wherever you want and check up on things while you're on the go.
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