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Farming Simulator 16

Step on to a vast farm and see if you can collect all its raw materials in the realistic game Farming Simulator 16. Check it out and use all kinds of farm equipment to work faster, complete your missions, and harvest everything this land has to offer.

Farming Simulator 16 has realistic graphics that will immerse you in the farm. Anytime during the game you can switch vehicles or move the camera to watch all the action unfold. To switch vehicles, just tap on the button at the bottom of the screen to change between a tractor, a truck, and other machinery.

Farming Simulator 16 has simple controls that make it easy to drive vehicles. Just use the arrows to steer, and the lever to speed up or slow down. You'll sometimes even have to use trailers, mechanical arms, and other machinery.

On top of all that, Farming Simulator 16 has a multiplayer mode, so you can invite your friends to help you get the most out of the farm. Complete challenges together as you drive vehicles, sell your harvest, and earn money in Farming Simulator 16.
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Manage your own farm and drive massive machines in an open world!

Farming Simulator 16 allows you to manage your own realistic farm in extraordinary detail. Plant, grow, harvest, and sell five different crops, raise cows and sheep, and sell timber at your own pace. Buy new fields to expand your farm land. Take direct control of harvesters and tractors, or hire AI helps and manage your growing farm from the full screen management map.

As the newest in the series of Farming Simulator games, this game has the best of agriculture simulation. The game features massive tractors and other machines from over 20 brands of agricultural manufacturers, including New Holland, Case IH, Ponsse, Lamborghini, Horsch, Krone, Amazone, MAN and more.

Features of Farming Simulator 16 include:

- New 3D graphics show even more detail on your machinery!
- Plant and harvest five different crops: Wheat, canola, corn, sugar beet and potatoes
- Sell your crops in a dynamic market
- Use realistic tractors and trucks from some of the biggest agriculture machine makers
- Feed your cows and sheep to produce and sell milk and wool
- Forestry has gone mobile! Harvest wood with dedicated machinery and sell the timber
- Manage AI helpers for better results
- Play with a friend in local multiplayer mode for WiFi and Bluetooth

Version 1.1.5

Added rewarded videos
Fixed several crashes

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5

2.5K Ratings


Great game. My only complaint so far is there is no option for automatic cloud save sync. I play on my iPad and my phone and whenever I switch I have to upload the save from my iPad and then download it on the phone. Could you guys implement something that makes the save file automatically upload as I play?

Another thing that would e cool, maybe for the next version. We should be able to buy second hand equipment. Some of the equipment is very expensive, a lot of farmers in the US especially starting out buy second hand. You will never see a guy that only farms 2 fields in a brand new combine.


Awesome, addictive game!

First of all, GIANTS SOFTWARE, I think y'all did an excellent job creating this for tablets. As an American trucker, it's great I can play a game like this in my downtime over the road & don't have to lug around a computer to do so. I only have a few suggestions & are as follows. 1) Could you please create an update that allows the low loader to carry up to 2 tractors at a time? When I update my fleet, I do so by selling my old tractors & buying multiples of the next level up. It's kind of a pain, having to relocate one at a time when you have more than 2 to move. 2) Could you make it possible to have bigger tractors? Like a Case IH Steiger 620 with 8 wheels? 3) Could you make it possible connect the transport trailers together like a road train using the dollies? Some of my fields harvest 2 trailers-worth of crop & it would be nice to just use 1 truck to pull it all. Or even just to connect the tippers together like in the real world. Thanks for a great product & I look forward to the updates.

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Farming Simulator

Series of farming simulation video games

Video game series

Farming Simulator
Farming Simulator Logo.png

Logo used on the Farming Simulator 15, 17 and 19 releases

Developer(s)Giants Software (2008–present)
Platform(s)iOS, Android, Kindle, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Commodore 64,[1]Stadia
First releaseFarming Simulator 13
October 25, 2012[2]
Latest releaseFarming Simulator 19
November 20, 2018

Farming Simulator is a farmingsimulationvideo game series developed by Giants Software and published by Focus Home Interactive. It has often been described as a farming puzzle game. The locations are based on American and European environments. Players are able to farm, breed livestock, grow crops and sell assets created from farming.

The games have sold over 25 million copies combined, as well as had 90 million mobile downloads.[3]


In career mode, the player takes on the role of a farmer. Their tasks range from expanding & upgrading "dated" equipment & machinery. This can be achieved by harvesting crops and selling them. The player is free to explore the surrounding areas of the map, grow from their choice of several crops, and invest their money in additional fields and equipment. The player can also take up the responsibility of raising livestock, or earn an income from forestry


There are dynamically generated missions that consist of the player performing various tasks within a time frame such as mowing grass, fertilizing fields, or delivering cargo. The player is rewarded with money once the task is finished, plus a bonus based on how quickly the task was completed (excluding Farming Simulator 19).


Farming Simulator 14 is the first mobile Farming Simulator to have multiplayer mode. Farming Simulator 16 has Bluetooth functionality. Current generation consoles have multiplayer (Farming Simulator on the last generation consoles was the first console port of the game, with all features of 2013 Titanium). Farming Simulator 15 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One also has a multiplayer mode.


PC and console[edit]

Farming Simulator 2009[edit]

Farming Simulator 2009 is the second game in the series. It had a lot of new features such as new crop types (corn, rapeseed/canola, and barley), modding support and much more machinery, while having the same map as 2008, but remastered.

Farming Simulator 2011[edit]

This is the first game in the series to feature a multiplayer mode. It was greatly expanded with the introduction of a new map. Machinery from Deutz-Fahr, Pöttinger, and Horsch were added (also featured in the FS 2009 Gold edition). Cows were also an addition to this title.

Farming Simulator 2013[edit]

The initial release for Farming Simulator 2013 was on October 26, 2012.[2] A version was released for the PlayStation Vita on July 2, 2013, known as Farming Simulator.[4] Almost a year after its PC release, it received a large update and re-release under the title Farming Simulator 2013 Titanium Edition, on October 10, 2013. It contains all of the previous assets from the first iteration, with new content of a US-based environment in the form of a map called "Westbridge Hills" and new vehicles.[5] New content was also released as DLC add-ons for those with the original version of the game.[6]

Farming Simulator 15[edit]

Farming Simulator 15 was released to Windows and Mac OS on October 30, 2014.[7] This version introduced forestry, washable vehicles, and 41 brands. Around 140 pieces of equipment are in the base game, 160 in the gold edition DLC pack. Farming Simulator 15 was released to consoles on May 19, 2015.[8]

Farming Simulator 17[edit]

Farming Simulator 17 was released on October 25, 2016.[9] It features the return of Fendt since its last debut in Farming Simulator 2009, and also Massey Ferguson, Challenger, and Valtra. For the first time in the base game, soybeans, sunflowers, and oilseed radishes are introduced as growable crops. In previous games, the player would have had to download a modification to add these crops. The crop growing mechanics have been altered, to allow different ways to increase crop yield. These include fertilizing the fields multiple times throughout the growth stages, plowing the field after a set amount of harvests, de-weeding crops, or using oilseed radish as a cover crop.[10] The missions system were also updated, allowing the player to do work for other in-game farmers. Other additions include drivable trains and an in-game radio. On November 14, 2017, a new expansion pack was released for all platforms. This added a new map, the growth of sugarcane and new vehicles and tools. This was called the platinum expansion pack and is free with the season pass which is also available for all platforms.

Farming Simulator Nintendo Switch Edition[edit]

Farming Simulator Nintendo Switch Edition was released on November 7, 2017. It is a port of Farming Simulator 17 with the same maps, vehicles, etc. No DLC has been released for this title.

Farming Simulator 19[edit]

Farming Simulator 19 was released on November 20, 2018. Some key new features include a redesigned graphics engine and the addition of horse farming as well as oat and cotton crops. The game also features John Deere machinery for the first time, as well as Komatsu, Rau, Wilson trailer, and more. Farming Simulator 19 also has a Platinum Expansion containing 37 pieces of Claas machinery (or 41 if pre-ordered). The 6th DLC is the Kverneland & Vicon DLC, which contains 20 pieces of equipment from Kverneland aVicon, such as the FastBale; a non-stop round baler wrapper. A seventh DLC, Alpine Farming was released on November 12, 2020. It features a new map, dubbed 'Erlengrat' as well as new licensed machinery, including AEBI and Rigitrac, as well as the return of Bührer.

Farming Simulator 20[edit]

Farming Simulator 20 was released on December 3, 2019, on Nintendo Switch in North America and Europe, and was released in Japan on May 28, 2020.[11] It looks to be based on Farming Simulator 19's rendering engine, and also includes many features from said title.[12]

Farming Simulator 22[edit]

Farming Simulator 22[note 1] is an upcoming release in the Farming simulator series with a release date of November 22, 2021. It is set to feature a seasonal cycle, production chains for harvested crops and livestock products, new crops in the form of grapes, olives and sorghum and over 400 vehicles and implements. Also new is compatibility with DirectX 12, parallax occlusion mapping, occlusion culling, texture streaming and temporal anti-aliasing.[13][14]


Farming Simulator 2012[edit]

Farming Simulator 2012 was released for the Nintendo 3DS, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices in 2011. The 3DS version also supported 3D graphics.

Farming Simulator 14[edit]

Farming Simulator 14 was released for iOS, Android, Nintendo 3DS, Windows Phone and PlayStation Vita on November 18, 2013,[15] and gives a more polished and more casual gaming experience on mobile platforms than its predecessors.[16] There are 10-20 brands in the game.

Farming Simulator 16[edit]

Farming Simulator 16 was released for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and PlayStation Vita on May 8, 2015.

Farming Simulator 18[edit]

The game was announced for release on the Nintendo 3DS, iOS, Android, and PlayStation Vita. It was released on June 6, 2017. It was based on Farming Simulator 17 and included all new features of that game with some new features of Farming Simulator 19.[17]

Farming Simulator 20[edit]

The game was released for iOS and Android on December 3, 2019.

Release History[edit]

There are 8 main series titles with 5 mobile titles, including the 2017 Nintendo Switch standalone edition.

Name Release Date Platforms Animal species Standard Maps
Farming Simulator 2008 April 14, 2008 Microsoft WindowsNone Giants Island
Farming Simulator 2009 March 30, 2009 Microsoft WindowsNone Giants Island
Farming Simulator 2011 October 29, 2010 Microsoft WindowsCows
Farming Simulator 2013 October 25, 2012 Microsoft Windows, OS X, PS3, Xbox 360Cows, Sheep, Chickens Hagenstedt
Farming Simulator 2013

Titanium Edition

October 10, 2013 Microsoft Windows, OS X, PS3, Xbox 360Cows, Sheep, Chickens Hagenstedt, Westbridge Hills
Farming Simulator 2014 November 28, 2013 Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Nintendo 3DS, Kindle Fire, PS VitaCows
Farming Simulator 2015 PC: October 30, 2014,

Consoles: May 19, 2015

Microsoft Windows, OS X, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, Xbox OneCows, Sheep, Chickens Bjornholm, Westbridge
Farming Simulator 2016 May 8, 2015 Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Kindle Fire, PS Vita, Fire For Kids Cows, Sheep
Farming Simulator 2017 October 25, 2016 Microsoft Windows, OS X, PS4, Xbox OneCows, Sheep, Chickens, Pigs Goldcrest Valley, Sosnovka
Farming Simulator 2018 June 6, 2017 Android, iOS, Nintendo 3DS, PS VitaCows, Sheep, Pigs
Farming Simulator Nintendo Switch November 7, 2017 Nintendo SwitchCows, Sheep, Chickens, Pigs Goldcrest Valley, Sosnovka
Farming Simulator 2019 November 20, 2018 Microsoft Windows, OS X, PS 4, Xbox One, StadiaCows, Sheep, Chickens, Pigs, Horses, Dogs Ravenport, Felsbrunn
Farming Simulator 2020 December 3, 2019 Android, iOS, Nintendo SwitchCows, Sheep, Chickens, Pigs, Horses Blue Lake Valley
Farming Simulator 2022 November 22, 2021 Microsoft Windows, macOS, PS 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Stadia TBA Elmcreek, Erlengrat, Haut-Beyleron


Reception of the Farming Simulator series has been mixed across all titles, with critics praising its sense of relaxation and array of realistic machinery and vehicles. Some have criticised the games for their repetition and lack of interesting mechanics, while others argue such qualities should be expected in a simulator. Though the series targets the audience that are knowledgeable in the farming industry, the series is generally liked by both farmers are non-farmers alike.

Farming Simulator 2013

Farming Simulator 19


  1. ^ GIANTS Software is known to develop "even number" titles for mobile platforms, and "odd number" titles for consoles & PC. However, this title will not be released on mobile platforms, since Farming Simulator 21 was skipped.


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So you’ve started up your own farm. That’s fantastic, but where do you go from here? As peculiarly entertaining as it may be to meticulously guide heavy machinery around a field or two, it can be a little tricky to figure out what to do when you get behind the wheel for the first time. That’s why we’ve put together some helpful tips and tricks to get your farm going.

First steps

  • Get familiar with the controls - There’s no real tutorial to speak of, so you’ll want to learn what the button icons mean as soon as possible. From bottom-left to bottom-right: the steering slider, switch vehicles, detach tools, activate tools, hire assistant, honk the horn, and throttle (i.e. forward/backward, general speed).
  • Then get familiar with your tools - Your harvester is pretty easy to figure out from the start (it’s the big yellow thing and it already has the appropriate header attached) but you also have one tractor and a few things that can attach to the back of it - a cultivator (the flat-looking green thing), a sowing machine (the red thing), and a tipper (the green bin on wheels).
  • Start harvesting immediately - You’ll have two fields of your own right away - one that’s full of wheat and ready to harvest, and another that needs to be cultivated. It’s very important that you start harvesting that wheat right away, otherwise you run the risk of it going bad.
  • Cultivating is also a good idea - You can use your tractor to cultivate your fields and make them ready for sowing. You can also save time by hiring an assistant to drive your harvester, having them harvest your first wheat field, and manually cultivating the second field yourself.

  • Sell all your starter grains - Every time you begin a new game you’ll start with 5’000 Wheat, Canola, Corn, Sugarbeet, and Potato. Sell all of it for quite a bit more starting cash.
  • Buy a second tractor before you buy anything else - If you harvest your first field and sell off as much of your starting grains as you can, you should have more than enough to buy yourself a second tractor. Definitely do that, because having a second machine around to cultivate, sow, and haul will be extremely useful.
  • Only sow wheat and canola to start - When you have a sowing machine attached to your tractor you can tap on the seed button (it’s the one highlighted in blue) to switch seeds. Stick with wheat and canola for a while, because harvesting everything else requires tools you won’t have yet.

General farming

  • Make liberal use of assistants - It costs roughly $1 of in-game cash per second when you have an assistant using your vehicles, but it saves you so much time it’s easily worth the price. You can certainly do everything yourself, but if you add a couple of assistants to the mix you can harvest, cultivate, and sow a single field at the same time - just make sure you leave enough space between vehicles or you might cause a pile-up.
  • Assistants can be used for more than just working fields - If you’re in the middle of harvesting and you need to unload a tipper, you can attach a tractor to it and have an assistant haul it over to your silo for you. They can also sell your grain if you tell them where to go (hint: the location highlighted in blue pays the best). They can also refill sowing machines and fertilizer spreaders, refuel, and even take your vehicles to get washed. Most of these actions are contextual and can be triggered by pressing the Hire Assistants button, but you can also open up the map and direct them from there using the Functions icons at the bottom of the screen (drive, refill, refuel, and wash).
  • Cruise control is a less effective but cheaper alternative to assistants - It’s not a real replacement, but if you pull up on a vehicle’s throttle all the way it will keep going forward until you slow it down - or until it crashes. You can use this to line your tractor or harvester up, turn on the attached tool, and pretty much sit back while it does its thing. Then once you reach the end of the field you can turn it around and repeat the process. Just keep an eye on it so you don’t end up in a pond or something.
  • Top everything off when you have some downtime - Your assistants will automatically refuel the vehicles they’re driving and refill any attached tools that might need it whenever they run dry. But if you refuel/refill yourself (or make an assistant do it) in between tasks, you’ll save a bit of time in the long run.

  • Can’t tell if a field is ready for harvesting? Check the map! - Any fields you own that have been planted will show up on your map with a green icon depicting the seeds planted in them. When they’re ready to harvest, those seed icons will change to yellow.
  • Store unused tools in nearby empty fields - The fields you don’t own aren’t actually in use, so feel free to dump your stuff there when you’re not using it. It’s closer, faster for your vehicles to gear-up, and just generally more convenient.
  • Check current prices before attempting to sell your grains - You can see how much each grain type is selling for (and at which location) from the Prices option in the menu (its next to the map button). If something isn’t selling for a whole lot, wait a bit and the price will eventually start to go back up. Conversely, if the price has skyrocketed then sell, sell, sell!

Misc tips

  • Keep an eye on your harvester’s capacity - The bigger the field, the faster it’s going to fill up your harvester. Keep a tipper nearby and unload it - just stop alongside it right side and the harvester should unload automatically - when it starts to get too full. If you have an assistant driving the harvester you can also manually drive a tractor with a tipper attached alongside it while it harvests, and it’ll unload while moving. You can also honk when your harvester is full to have a tipper automatically move to you, take your crops, then move back to its starting location - providing the tipper is either empty or contains the same crops as your harvestor.
  • Save up for a Tedder and a Baler - It’s expensive, but once you get a baler and Tedder you can start cutting the grass in nearby overgrown fields and making hay bales for your cows and sheep, which in-turn will allow them to produce milk and wool, respectively. And milk and wool sell for quite a bit.
  • Don’t over-extend yourself - Try not to have too many fields growing crops at the same time - at least until you have a small fleet of harvesters and tractors - or else you’re just going to end up losing crops because it takes you too long to collect them.

  • Check in on your assistants - They’re a big help, but sometimes your assistants will get themselves stuck. Whether it’s because they got too close to one another while tending a field or because they decided to try and drive through the back of the gas station, it’s going to happen. Just check in on them every now and then, and take over for a bit to get them unstuck.
  • Remember to pick up what you buy - Whenever you buy equipment that isn’t a vehicle you’re going to need to drive down to the shop to pick it up. Don’t just buy something and then leave it in the parking lot!
  • Keep an eye out for special requests - Sometimes you’ll see a red circle with an exclamation point in it sitting in the top-left corner of the screen. Tap on it, and you’ll be able to take part in a limited-time challenge for some extra cash.
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Simulator 16 faming

Giants Software is back with the latest installment in its popular Farming Simulator series! Farming Simulator 2016 is now available for iOS and Android devices, and unlike the casual farming games you may be familiar with, this game is decidedly more in-depth, and more immersive as far as farm management games go. You can plant, grow, harvest, and sell a total of five different crops, raise livestock, and sell timber. You can also buy new fields so you can make your farm bigger. Then there’s also farm equipment (as represented by over 20 real-life brands) and AI-controlled farm hands you can enlist to help manage your farm.

As we said earlier, FS2016 (as well as its predecessors) is more in-depth than FarmVille or other similar games. But you shouldn’t feel too daunted if this is the first time you’re playing a game in the FS series. The following Farming Simulator 2016 tips, cheats and strategy guide should be a useful resource for you, not only when you’re starting out, but also as you progress further in the game.

1. Know The Control System

The first thing you should do in FS2016 is to get to know the game’s controls. Unfortunately, Giants didn’t include a tutorial mode for the game, and everything is out there for you to discover on your own. But we can help you with that by enumerating each of the icons, from bottom left to bottom right. These buttons are: steering slider, switch vehicles, detach tools, activate tools, hire assistant, honk horn, and throttle.

2. Get To Know Everything Else

Aside from your harvester, you also have one tractor to work with, and a couple items you can attach to it as you work on your farm. The flat green item is the cultivator, the sowing machine is the thing you see in red, and lastly, the green bin with wheels is the tipper. And now that you’re familiar with the items on your farm, the next thing you’ll want to do is to harvest your wheat (your introductory crop, as wheat often is in these games) while early. It’s also a good move to use your tractor to cultivate and prep your crops for sowing; to this end, you can hire an assistant to operate your harvester, so that you can focus on cultivating the field instead.

Additionally, when it comes to sowing, you should stick to wheat and canola unless you’ve attached a sowing machine to your tractor.

3. Find Ways To Make Money Early On

The money will roll in soon enough, but how can you make more of it while early, and what would be the best things to spend your money on? Talking about earning money, you can sell all the introductory wheat, canola, corn, sugar beet, and potato you get at the start of a game (you get 5,000 of each crop) for a tidy sum of money and more starting cash. Next, prioritize buying a second tractor as the first item to purchase with your money. It’s always good to have a second tractor that can cultivate, sow, and haul.

4. Hire Assistants

Farming Simulator 2016 allows you to hire AI-controlled assistants, and fortunately, their services come cheap. If you’ve got an assistant driving your vehicles, it will cost about $1 per second; that may sound like a lot of cash, but it’s worth it due to the time you can save. By hiring about two assistants, you can harvest, cultivate, and sow one field, with each of you (that’s you and your assistants) handling one of those specific tasks alone.

5. Assign Tasks To Your Assistants

We’ve covered the advantages of having assistants well enough, but there’s more that they can do aside from helping you work the fields. For example, you can ask an assistant to sell your grain, just as long as you tell them where to go; make sure to point them towards the location highlighted in blue, as you’ll earn the most there. You can have them refill fertilizer spreaders and sowing machines, and have your vehicles cleaned too. They’ll also be happy to refuel your vehicles and their attached tools automatically when they’re driving. Open the map and use the Functions icons to direct your assistants, regardless of the task you want them to help you with.

6. But What If You Don’t Want To Hire Assistants?

You will want to hire assistants at some point, but if you insist on saving money, you might want to try “cruise control.” Drive your vehicle’s throttle all the way and it will keep moving forward until you slow down. Just be sure you don’t crash your vehicle while doing this, as this is a good way to simplify the driving process when operating one of your farm vehicles.

7. Research Before You Sell

Don’t just head off to sell your grains without doing some basic research first. This would mean checking the current prices by selecting the Prices menu option. If you see that a certain crop isn’t selling for much, then don’t sell your supplies just yet; wait it out until the prices have gone up considerably.

8. Be Aware Of Your Harvester’s Capacity

A general rule of thumb in FS2016 is that your harvester will fill up faster if you’ve got a larger field. This would require you to have a tipper handy, and for you to unload that tipper. Stop on the right side and the harvester will unload automatically when it’s too full. And in relation to this, it’s never a good idea to bite off more than you can chew by having too many fields or too many crops growing at the same time.

9. Save Money For Advanced Equipments

We suggest saving money for a tedder and a baler; these will allow you to cut grass in fields where the grass is overgrown and create hay bales for your livestock. This would then allow your cows to produce milk and your sheep to produce wool; both items sell for a lot of money, so if you can afford a tedder and/or baler, go buy them.


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Farming Simulator 16

Manage your own farm and drive massive machines in an open world!

Farming Simulator 16 allows you to manage your own realistic farm in extraordinary detail. Plant, grow, harvest, and sell five different crops, raise cows and sheep, and sell timber at your own pace. Buy new fields to expand your farm land. Take direct control of harvesters and tractors, or hire AI helps and manage your growing farm from the full screen management map.

As the newest in the series of Farming Simulator games, this game has the best of agriculture simulation. The game features massive tractors and other machines from over 20 brands of agricultural manufacturers, including New Holland, Case IH, Ponsse, Lamborghini, Horsch, Krone, Amazone, MAN and more.

Features of Farming Simulator 16 include:

- New 3D graphics show even more detail on your machinery!
- Plant and harvest five different crops: Wheat, canola, corn, sugar beet and potatoes
- Sell your crops in a dynamic market
- Use realistic tractors and trucks from some of the biggest agriculture machine makers
- Feed your cows and sheep to produce and sell milk and wool
- Forestry has gone mobile! Harvest wood with dedicated machinery and sell the timber
- Manage AI helpers for better results
- Play with a friend in local multiplayer mode for WiFi and Bluetooth (not available on Android TV)
- Android TV support

Sours: https://play.google.com/

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