FarmVille 2: Country Escape is the second part of the legendary game FarmVille, one of the most popular social games of all time, which comes to Android with completely new graphics and many, many more game options.
This is FarmVille 2: Country Escape, a classic management game where you get to control a successful farm and discover special treasures while enjoying an evolving story-line. Marie, an old friend of your virtual grandparents will help you settle in and get the hang of the general gameplay.
Restore old buildings, collect resources, harvest the crops, sell your products and keep the business going strong. The controls work flawlessly, graphics are outstanding and we haven’t encountered any problems whatsoever.
Of course, you can also purchase items within the game, but that’s not necessary. You can still keep playing with your farm by yourself, or share the experience with friends.
The idea isn’t original and we’ve all played this game before, however, the design and gameplay are impeccable and totally worth it.
Just like in the first part, players of FarmVille 2: Country Escape will have to turn an almost empty and dilapidated farm into a huge, prosperous, lively farm. In order to do so, you can create all kinds of structures: windmills, stables, storage sheds, gardens, etc. And, of course, you can raise tons of animals.
FarmVille 2: Country Escape’s game mechanics are also almost identical to the original. In some ways, you will find a strategy and management game, but the main goal of the game is to create elements and wait until they bear fruit (or pay for them to do so). That is to say, the mechanics are perfect for short periods of time.
Graphically, FarmVille 2: Country Escape has improved a lot, and it offers 3D models of all of the game’s elements and characters. In addition, the artistic design in general is really nice.
FarmVille 2: Country Escape is an excellent social management game that has all of the things that it needs to work just as well as its predecessor. More game options, better graphics, and a lot more social interaction: the king of the 'casual' games is back.