Wolf on the Farm

Wolf on the Farm

If you were “lucky” enough to grow up in a former communist country you probably remember certain Soviet portable electronic games. One game where a wolf had to collect eggs was particularly popular. Now you can relive these old times once again by downloading and using the free Android Wolf on the Farm game.

Wolf on the Farm for Android is an exact copy of the old USSR electronic game and if you have seen the original you will instantly recognize this one. Choose one of the two gaming modes and then prepare for hectic egg gathering. If you make a mistake and an egg drops on the ground you get a black point of half a black point if you are lucky enough to see your rabbit friend in the upper left corner when you made the mistake. When you get three black points you are done. This is it but as simple as it may sound, try to get 1000 eggs to see if you’ll make it that far.

Wolf on the Farm can be checked out here on Google Play.

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