Farm Tribe - Making More Money
We were introduced to a Mayan-themed game just a few days ago. That one was about the Mayan column. This time we get to solve another Mayan mystery.
It is not that bad actually, because, even though we all enjoy the fall, it is also pretty nice to take a break and hang out in the warmer climate at least for just a little bit.
With the help of your father's assistant you work out the best ways for the tribe to earn more and more money.
Farm Tribe gives you lots of opportunities to spend some time in an exotic surroundings. Most of the time outside you will devote to accomplishing all kinds of tasks.
So you play as a young woman who came to help her father. He is an explorer who bought some land near the site he is exploring. The help that you can now provide is to find the money to pay the mortgage. This is done through managing a tribe and its resourses. With the help of your father's assistant you work out the best ways for the tribe to earn more and more money for themselves and your father. But, of course, just like you don't hold back your help, your father won't hold back his discoveries.
You start with three villagers only. They have no clue what to do unless you tell them. You direct them by draging them to the place or items they need to deal with, like berries or fish.
One thing that I noticed about draging the villagers is that when you take them to the place where you need them, you kind of throw them down there. It feels like you are some kind of a god that throws people around where he needs them, especially when you hear them saying "Oh!" everytime you do that. But you get used to that soon.
The village inhabitants are to do the basic things required for the survival, like collecting and storing food for themselves and for sale. You need to give a villager a task and they keep doing it. You can hire a new worker for a fee, but the number is limetted by a maximum number of villagers for level, just because you won't have place for more.
You will experience also some invasions by those who may threaten your prosperity, like worms that should be kept away from the storage. You do that by clicking on them with your cursor looking like a fly-flap.
The game is full of details for you to enjoy, like a special collections or villagers, that can be customized, or the upgrades. Thinds that you collect or make can be sold, or rather, should be sold, otherwise you won't get too far in the game.
The audio-visuals are great and pleasing but what's over they are perfectly matching the story.
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