Farmville Game Guide Review and Tips by Zynga
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Farmville Game Guide Review and Tips by Zynga

Farmville is the newest and fastest growing social networking game, according to NPRÂ’s Technology podcast last weekend. Farmville combines the complexities of the classic videogame Harvest Moon, with cute and cuddly animals with bright characters for the amateur game player.

Farmville is the newest and fastest growing social networking game, according to NPR’s Technology podcast last weekend. Farmville combines the complexities of the classic videogame Harvest Moon, with cute and cuddly animals with bright characters for the amateur game player. There is enough here to bring casual and serious gamers to the fields to plant and harvest some big amounts of fun.

To start with, you are given a small plot of soil and a few coins to start with. Coins are the commodity used to buy, sell, and trade for trees, plants, machines, animals, and decorative items. You can stick to the simplicity of planting and petting animals, or you can get really into depth of planning your farm’s yield.

The key to success in Farmville is time management. Different plants will yield crops in varied amounts of times, and for different levels of coin productions. This sounds rather simple, yet the choices that you make will essentially decide how much time you invest in checking and maintaining your farm.

For example, wheat harvests in two days, but some plants harvest in four hours. If you do not check in your crops, they will wither away and will not yield you any coins. You can also plant trees and buy animals that will also produce useful items sold for coins.

Every productive source in Farmville has a distinct time until its fruitful production. You can plant as many or as few varieties of produce as you like, it is all up to you.

This game is truly social in network. You can establish neighbors among your Facebook or Myspace fans, and you can even check in on the progress of each other’s farms. You can also offer and accept gifts from other players. This social sensation really drives a competitive feeling among the players of this game, and a reason for many players to check often. The more gifts you give, the more you are likely to give back. The game will also reward users who gift and build up neighborhood of multiple farmers. As you advance through the game, power tools become available, and more features are unlocked.

Join Farmville today if you are interested in a colorful world of simple fun that develops as much s you want it to. It can get quite addictive, and friend rankings will motivate you to have a better farm than your friends over time.

 

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