Sky Garden: Paradise of Farmer

Sky Garden: Paradise of Farmer

Sky Garden: Paradise of Farmer is a game for children that can teach them how plants grow and how farms are run.

The game will put you in the shoes of a farmer who will have to plant various flowers and plants, harvest them, produce goods and then sell them to make a profit and do this all over again and again. The game features a large number of different flowers, fruits and even special plants to crop and harvest. Everything is done in a certain sequence and it is up to you what to plant and how. The game comes with a somewhat long tutorial that will explain how to play it so you will not be confused what you need to do and how. After this you will enter the main screen where you can coordinate all your activities and perform your duties with ease. The game comes with nice and colorful graphics and nice sound effects but they remain childish, which is understandable given the target group of the game. There are no 3D effects inside Sky Garden: Paradise of Farmer but this is okay.

All in all Sky Garden: Paradise of Farmer is a nice farming game that can help you kill time or teach your children how farms are managed. The game requires some time but this is reasonable. The only problem with it is that after so many repetitive actions you may get bored but you will only find out this if you play it.

Sky Garden: Paradise of Farmer is here on Google Play.

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