Be able to start your own farm in the comfort of your phone anywhere you go! Farming Simulator 14 by Giants Software allows you to experience one of the best farming simulator games following its immense popularity and love for the PC counterpart. As the first mobile title in the franchise for mobile (followed by Farming Simulator 16 and 18), Farming Simulator 14 does not disappoint as you fulfill all the harvesting dreams.
Download Farming Simulator 14
You can download this farm game from Google Play Store or Apple App Store. To begin your download click on the Download button. You will locate it at the end of this review.
The Game Review
The point of the game, if you haven’t taken a hint already, is to start a farm and eventually grow in various ways and upgrades to become the biggest farming company in the game. From its predecessors of 2013 and before, Farming Simulator 14 has a refined look and feel for itself.
It has double the number of farm machines to buy and control and all models found in the game have accurately been taken from famous brands such as, but not limited to, Case IH, Deutz-Fahr, Lamborghini, Kuhn, Amazone, and Krone.
Beyond the plentiful amount of machinery, the smooth 3D graphics ensure that there isn’t tearing or that it lags during play. Everything you plant and sell revolves around in the game’s dynamic market that puts effort into strategy as well as added realism. Sell products beyond wheat and corn such as milk and animals products to the highest bidders. Hire AI assistants to do certain jobs for you when the going gets rough or if the farm gets too big. Best of all, play with a friend over Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connection or through local multiplayer.
My personal experience with the game has been quite fun through all the casual and serene images of cutting freshly grown wheat for acres and driving around town. Farming Simulator 2014 runs on a line between quick gaming and a bit more “hardcore.” What I mean is while the game is on mobile to pick up and play at a moments notice, the game often requires more time than you would think for it to become enjoyable and is played for the long run.
I would highly recommend the game to players that like the simulator genre who often taking long commutes or find some awkward free time throughout the day. The atmosphere outside of your farm is also very lively to ensure that the game does not feel so isolated to yourself. Rather, you may find other competitive farms once in a while and strategic driving through the city or town. Playing with a friend was also quite enjoyable as tasks could be split up and especially efficient when upgrading.
At the end of the day, it cuts away at some of the things you would have to micromanage by yourself and having a friend make anything always more fun. It should be noted that playing over strong Wi-Fi is recommended as the local play or weak signals can ruin sessions altogether.
On a final note, current day technology for phones has obviously become better than when the game was released so it should be more enjoyable now than ever to pick up and play.