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Farm Life: Natures Adventure

Farm Life: Natures Adventure

Adventure, Casual, Indie, Simulation
Grow, Harvest, Nurture, Explore, Fish, Shop, Love, Mine and Events - Farm Life: Natures Adventure is full of everything from the small things like running your farm to becoming the town mayor and changing the town.
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Grow, Harvest, Nurture, Explore, Fish, Shop, Love, Mine and Events - Farm Life: Natures Adventure is full of everything from the small things like running your farm to becoming the town mayor and changing the town.
buy 0.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date23 августа 2016 г.
DevelopersBlockheadGames
PublishersBlockheadGames
OSWindows
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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10
  • Processor: 1.0 Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 256MB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 150 MB available space
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  • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10
  • Processor: 1.0 Ghz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 256MB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 150 MB available space

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Description

Farm Life: Natures Adventure (FLNA) for short is about farming.

Just before you begin your adventure, you will be taking over your parents farm as they'd decided to retire and move away for a while. You can earn money from growing and selling crops, raising livestock, fishing, mining, part-time jobs and events. You will need to plan your days ahead to make sure you have enough time to get through your day. You can speak to every townsfolk that is currently living in your town, choose to marry them from a choice of fourteen candidates, join in the town events or raise a child together and show them how to work on the farm.

Features
  • Grow - Plants seeds and water them on a daily basis to ensure positive growth.
  • Harvest - Collect your crops when they have grown and sell them for profit.
  • Nurture - Animals need to be treated everyday to maximise profits from their produce and health.
  • Explore - Visit the town and get to know the other townsfolk which could lead to a potential relationship.
  • Fish - Grab your fishing rod and start fishing in the nearby river.
  • Shop - Purchase and sell your seeds, crops, animals and other produce at the town.
  • Love - Settle down for love, start a relationship and maybe start your own family.
  • Mine - Randomly generated mines for your pickaxes.
  • Events - Join in the town events from horse racing to swimming.

And much much more...

We have a lot planned for Farm Life: Natures Adventure in the future
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Reviews about the game

Farm Life: Natures Adventure23.08.2016

If you're looking for Stardew Valley, skip the stop labelled "Farm Life", and head straight to your destination. This game appears to be a mobile game ported very badly to PC. The controls are unbelieveably clunky, tools activated with Z and X, movement with WASD, (unable to remap). First stop for me was the options screen: Fullscreen is merely an icon with no text, and the music didn't turn on until I manually toggled it. Music is a single looping track, and while pleasant at first, gets unbelievably tedious after a few minutes. Character "customization" is: male/female, dress in blue/hot pink. The initial setup could definitely use some work: it feels like I'm filling in a database when starting the game: naming character, farm, town, pet, etc. On to the Tutorial... it's very bizarre: you are instructed to choose a tool and then you are told that you're too young to use it x3.... same with the animal feeding. Only a look at the Control options gave a clue as to how to actually use the tools. Object collisons are clunky as well -- what looks like space is blocked, etc. Talking to the townspeople got boring fast... they ALL started with the same line... "Are you the new owner of Greenleaf Farm?" After going to the store and buying some seeds, I went back to my farm for planting. Plowing the soil consists of moving your character over the square, and pressing X. Move to the next square, press X, then press X again, because it didn't take the first time, then press X twice because it still didn't work. Now it worked, but you have plowed and unplowed the square... Your toolbar consists of only 2 items, making it very tedious to try and plant multiple seeds. (You have to dig into the menu again and again to grab a new type of seeds). The delay in X working is real, and the aiming of moving the character over the square is a bit tedious. The rest of the tool use items react similarly -- watering, mining, etc. Always a small delay before you can use the item. I fast-forwarded a few days so I could see my crops grow. They perked up around day 4. I decided that I should go mining. The train is a very cute addition and I enjoyed the ride. When I got to the mining locale, I again suffered the annoyance of the digging being delayed and delayed. At this point I experienced a game-breaking bug. After I tried to go down 1 level in the mine, I was no longer able to use any controls, and thus unable to get back home. After considering that the game only saves when you go to bed, I thought about the tediousness of replaying that day, and said no, I have no desire to do this again. Pros: + Cute graphics, especially the town & animals Cons: - Pleasant but insufficient music - Terrible controls - Boring dialogue - F12 (screenshot) brings up a debugging console. (Thus no screenshots!) - Tutorial is dreadful - Game-breaking bug doing something simple. (This game is not labeled as EA!) Overall: go to Stardew. I cannot recommend this game until it gets some serious improvement in the playability department.

Objective Mackerel
Objective Mackerel
I don't recommend
Farm Life: Natures Adventure23.08.2016

I didn't expect much from a two dollar game. And I got less than expected. The controls were buggy and hard to use, the navigation very hard, especially in the town, and while exploring the town I found the conversation with every townsfolk was either a) 'You're the new owner of ____ farm?' or b) 'Oh, you're the owner of that dirty farm. I want nothing to do with you!' or along those lines. Really, it needs some serious work. Then it might be worth the money to spend on it.

Naval Caterpillar
Naval Caterpillar
I don't recommend
Farm Life: Natures Adventure23.08.2016

https://youtu.be/QM1K4mrq2zE Poorly optimised android port and/or an unfinished port. But as not in early access approach this as a full game. Way too buggy, including game ending faults at the moment. Not sure the game will contain enough levels to even compete within the genre with the gameplay coming across as cookie cutter. The engine feels clunky and delayed. The fun of the game is not coming from challenge or story for me. The tutorial shouldn't even exist as it explains the easier sections of the game, then does not even touch on the more complex areas and the help files aren't helpful. Not full controller support with some menus needing you to use the mouse. Creating a weird flick between. Clicks per action is way too high, adding extra tedium to each part of the game. Game ending fault (biggest one) when the game stops you using any controls other then move, it happened 7 times within an hour each time I had to reload the game.

Anonymous Whale
Anonymous Whale
I don't recommend
Farm Life: Natures Adventure10.09.2022

stop playing trash

Vivacious Termite
Vivacious Termite
I don't recommend
Farm Life: Natures Adventure29.08.2016

A decent game inspired by Harvest Moon. The developer's love for his game is clear, and they quickly fixed many of the game-breaking issues and even the minor graphical glitches. There's very little negative I can say, and not a lot stands out either, but there is much promise. The game does have a reasonable amount going for it on a basic level: -NPC interaction, marriage -fishing (the fish are actually visible and spawn in different areas) -easy to navigate UI with pretty pictures and color-coded seeds bags for easy distinction -quickselling crops via a collector box -you can make your pet follow you, like, everywhere -crops behave differently and take different lengths of time to grow And it is pretty cheap considering it has at least all the functionality of an older Harvest Moon title. So the question is: is there room for multiple games inspired by that series? If your answer is yes, then this will probably be fun to play!

Clean Dingo
Clean Dingo
I recommend
Farm Life: Natures Adventure12.07.2017

this game is so buggy nothing really works, its just a huge mess, needs a lot of touching up upon. like i cant even get through the tutorial after i planted seeds everything is just null. half the time the buttons and commands dont work properly.

Outside Gayal
Outside Gayal
I don't recommend
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