Will you be releasing a GNU/Linux version ? This game could be fun !
A downloadable game
Grow crops, raise livestock, build relationships and more in the next big farming simulator, Farm-Folks!
WE GOT GREENLIT!
What's a farm simulator without farming mechanics? Clear your farm of logs and other debris, till your soil, plant your seeds, and nurture them to life. Grow a range of seasonal crops from juicy carrots to the tallest corn, farm to your hearts content!
Raise all kinds of animals in Farm-Folks. Take care of Fluffy llamas, plump pigs, speedy ostriches and some fat cows! Each animal type produces different items which can be used in recipes, crafting, sold or just eaten to boost your energy!
Build friendships by bringing gifts to townsfolk, remember their birthdays, attend special town events and more. High friendships may result in receiving special unique gifts from some townsfolk!
Features in the works:
- Many more seasonal crops
- A full mining system implemented
- In-depth fishing mechanics
- Vehicle system
- Full character customization - hair styles and color, skin tone, complete clothing system and more!
- Main story line, along with many smaller side quests
- MUCH MUCH MORE!
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $9.00 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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I love the potential this game has! I can see this game becoming really popular.
A suggestion regarding the grass, would be to have small clusters of grass almost everywhere, which cannot be cut. Basically part of landscape. This grass can then grow longer, which you can then cut back to it's smaller length. The ground looks too bare when all the grass is cut at the moment.
Here's a video of me playing the game:
Looking forward to some updates!
Thanks for the feedback and video! It's very well done. In one of our next updates we'll be implementing your suggestion for the grass. Essentially if the grass is on a "grass tile" you can only trim it down so the flat texture will be hidden. However on a soil tile, you can either trim it down or use the pick axe to dig it out (if you wanted the space for something else).