Growing up I didn’t have much experience with video games. It wasn’t until I was a young adult that I really go into playing online games. Since then, I’ve always gravitated towards non-violent, fun, simulation type games. Actually, I even believe my first online game experience was Farm Town on Facebook. I played that game endlessly as a way to relax and connect with a few Facebook friends. Now that I have children that are old enough to play online games, I specifically only allow games that are non-violent. As you can probably guess, finding interesting non-violent games is difficult to do. When I was given the opportunity to review the Farming Simulator 18 for Nintendo 3DS I was all about it! All opinions are my own.
Farming is relaxing?
Yes! Farming and gardening is such a relaxing, passive activity. Now with the Farming Simulator 18, you can partake that passive activity without the dirt! In Farming Simulator 18, you take the role of a modern farmer. Players are able to immerse themselves in a huge open world and harvest many types of crops, care for our livestock such as cows, sheep, and pigs and take part in forestry, and sell our products on a dynamic market to expand your farm. Players have access to a huge selection of over 50 farming vehicles and machines, faithfully recreated from over 30 of the biggest names in the industry, including AGCO’s most respected brands: Challenger, Fendt, Massey Ferguson, and Valtra. Drive and use brand new equipment and harvest sugar beet, potatoes, wheat, canola, corn and for the first time sunflowers!
Farming Simulator 18 is family friendly – it’s perfect for adults looking for more non-violent simulation games and it’s also good for kids starting to develop strategy skills!