Farm Heroes Saga

The famous Android game maker King is back with Farm Heroes Saga – a game that needs you to collect produce in a certain way  in order to make points and advance in the game.

Farm Heroes Saga is very similar to other games by King so we can surely say that the game belongs to the same genre. This game will take you to a virtual farm where you must collect various kinds of produce and other items such as apples, carrots, small suns, strawberries and others. Each level of the game wants you to collect a certain number of these and to do so you must get three items of the same kind in a row. Once you do you will collect these items and score. As expected the first levels are easy but very soon things get tough and you will have to put your imagination to work in order to win a level. If you fail you have five lives to continue with but every failure costs you a life, which you can get back by waiting for 30 minutes. This means that you must be even extra careful as you may lose all your lives very soon and then wait for hours to get them back. The good news is that both the game and the lives are free.

To sum it up we can say that the game also comes with nice music and graphics, which along with the gameplay, make it perfect for children. You can find this free Android game on Google Play right here.

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