Farming Simulator 14 brings realistic farming to iOS and Google Play
Giants Software has today announced the launch of Farming Simulator 14 on iOS and Android devices. The game offers players a realistic farming experience, complete with farming tools, machines and equipment from real-world manufacturers.
Farming Simulator 14 includes double the amount of equipment as Giants’ previous farming game, Farming Simulator 2013, with support for manufacturers such as Case IH, Deutz-Fahr, Kuhn, Amazone and Krone. Players can plow fields and grow crops including corn, canola and wheat, as well as fruit.
The game offers both time and resource management, as players must assign their workers to the proper tasks to earn the most money for their farm. From there, players can turn their profits into upgraded farm tools to continue the farm’s growth cycle.
“Giants is pleased to commercially release our latest iteration of the most popular farm simulator in the world”, said Thomas Frey from Giants Software, in a company release. “We’ve put hours of research into creating an even more realistic experience with Farming Simulator 14 than with its predecessor and can’t wait for our fans to try it out today on iOS and Android.”
Farming Simulator 14 is now available to download for $2.99 on iOS and Google Play. The game is coming to Windows 8 Phone, Microsoft Surface RT and Amazon Kindle later this year, and PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS next spring.
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