Hay Day sounds like some more like an expression of someone who is at its peak than being a game. I know that is most what others think of the title of the game. Turns out it’s a mobile game that right now is making millions everyday. At first it was just available on iOS, now its ported to the Android ecosystem. Personally, I am a fan of this type of game because I used to play a lot of Farm Town. So maybe you’ve played that game also and perhaps would like to try Hay Day after hearing something positive coming out of my mouth right now. If that’s the case, I’m willing to bet it’s not on iPhone because most of the people I’ve asked plays on Android. It’s probably just me and my observation but as far as I have seen, it is always the case.
Anyway, either you play on iPhone or Android, it does not really matter because both of which has the same gaming experience because its basically the same game. It is an online game and players from both platforms are able to see and play with each other. Which is fitting because this is a game needs a big player base to make it more compelling and fun to everyone. It’s clearly designed for players that are more young and young at heart whose love falls for farming simulation. Not that its only for the youngsters but its more like design for those who have a lot of time to play which is not really speaking for the adults who kind of busy most of the time.
By the way as the name would suggest is about farming and growing different types of crops. You play as some guy and you will be entrusted to take good care and improve a piece of farm. Players refer to it as “adventuring.” What you really end up doing is a combination of very different things that is related to farming — like growing trees and crops, animal raising, cleaning the farm, baking and cooking stuff, and even cooking. As I’ve said earlier this game needs relatively time consuming than any game out there because you spend half your time running errands (so called tasks and missions) for people, and growing crops.
Anyway, there’s not much to the gameplay of Hay Day. And, the coolest thing about this game is definitely the progressing your farm to a lot more sophisticated and bigger one. Something that you can brag with your fellow players. As you level up , you can create more stuff for your farm. And there’s actually some pretty awesome features that will be unlocked. So for playability, I have to think this game’s a big improvement and a better one to the Farm Town of yesteryear. And it’s also got some additional content, with more than 100 unlockable items and some new minigames, too. The drawback, though is that it hasn’t gotten any aesthetic improvements. So the graphics, the sound it’s pretty much identical to the other titles of the same genre. By the way, it only costs nothing to play it and that is one strong point for the game. It’s a game that’s a bit too simple yet engaging and fun for anyone other than little kids.