Farm Mania Game Review

Sacrificing the summer vacation for a time in the farm is not exactly the kind of time out you’ll be looking for if you’re any normal teenager. But Anna in Farm Mania is not your average teen. Well, she’s normal alright, but she loves farming, and this is your chance to take time out with her in this time management game from Realore Studios.

The story of Farm Mania starts after gramps from the farm asks Anna to spend her summer vacation with him. You see, he’s already too old to tend to the crops and animals, making the whole farm too run-down and neglected. Good thing that Anna is much in love with agriculture, and thus, begins her goal of making the farm as thriving as possible before summer’s end.

Just like the other farm-based time management games, your task in Farm Mania is to plant crops, tend to your livestock and sell all the produce off for profit. Your objectives for each day are summarized during the start of each level and are outlined for you on the bottom of the screen during the actual game. Keep in mind that you have to complete all the objectives before the timer runs out, because if you manage to beat the level within 75% of the time, you’ll earn bonus money for all your efforts.

At first, you’ll only have to deliver a certain number of crop types to the market through Johnny, the farm’s delivery boy. But as the game progresses, the gameplay picks up as you go about raising chickens and goats to name a few, and even making flour and baking pastries too! Good thing that grandma takes care of all the baking and grandpa gathers the water and feed, so you just keep your mind focused in gathering produce and rearing animals and crops, making the gameplay pretty convenient even with its frantic nature.