A Gamer’s Argument for Hay Day

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, what we have here is a wolf in sheep’s clothing in the gaming arena. It is a crossover between two of the most celebrated farming simulator in the mobile industry — Farmville and Funky Farm — popularly called Hay Day. It features a unique pacing which is particularly different from what we were used to playing.  It has this gameplay mechanic with a peppering of rather interesting story and quest system. However it had a rough start with a roller coaster ride of intrigue with occasional logical inconsistencies from experts and critics. Realistically speaking, these should be better and fixed over time, and that’s before you consider the vast difference between competitions of the same genre in terms of visual presentation and character design.

It’s insurmountable, ladies and gentlemen, simply insurmountable. All the defendant’s managed to do in this charade is awkwardly transition from one style of gameplay to the other, with the occasional shocking revelation or jarring glance into the “legal” system in this fantasy Hay Day astuce farm land. May I present exhibit this new addictive game, and I should advise those more squeamish games in the gaming world to avert their eyes as long as you can. Women presumed to be the number one fan of this farming game but does not really true at all, at least partly.

Players of portable video game systems to are the ones who would love to play this Hay Day game by Supercell, using alternating doses of adventure and fun. The stakes in this particular game are much higher; the better way to show it is with the game mechanics of higher caliber. Simply put, the first and most glaring impediment to the competition who also has farming simulation in their series.  It may make sense to you, and it may make sense in the end, but don’t be shocked if you’re denied a perfect opportunity to play such game because once he start it, it simply means that you will have to be prepared of what life may bring especially knowing the fact that you are going to be a journey man whose help is dependent upon the players status.

While Hay Day struggled to stand on its own as a crossover game concept, it is still a worthwhile addition to either series for fans and gamers that love simulator games. I find its ambition commendable, and should there be another attempt at a similar title, I should hope it takes these proceedings to heart and uses this criticism to better itself.