Farms and Castles

Farms and Castles

We bet you have played numerous matching games that you have found on Google Play. Well, Farms and Castles is another matching game but this time the app has a surprise for you – the gameplay is much different from anything you have seen before.

The app takes you back in time to the medieval ages and this is the first new thing that you will experience here. It turns out that thanks to your long service to the king you get some land that you have to develop by building mainly two things – farms and castles. The problem is that building them will not be so easy. The game gives you either rocks or grass and by combining these resources you gradually advance towards your goal. This is how it works – three patches of grass become a tree, three trees become a bush, three bushes become a farm. Farms produce food that you can later sell for grass or rocks that you need, while castles bring you money that you can use to buy magic. This is where you can get help – by using magic you can transform the land and fix mistakes that you have made in the past. It is important to say that while playing you get a grid where to place your grass and rocks and once you don’t have free spots anymore, the game is over.

This is how Farms and Castles makes you match stuff and advance in this game. Like we said this is something we haven’t seen before and perhaps the same is true for you. The app has addictive gameplay, nice 2D graphics and medieval music that will take you back in time. Farms and Castles is a really fun app and we can recommend it to anyone – you will be happy with this game.

Farms and Castles is here on Google Play.

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