There’s something pure about simulation games that mimic real-life tasks. Think about American Truck Simulator, Euro Truck Simulator, Microsoft Flight Simulator, Bus Simulator, Bee Simulator, and hundreds of other simulation games that put players into roles they could legitimately go outside and experience firsthand. Today, you can add Farmer’s Dynasty to the list, although it’s obviously not the first farming simulator to hit the gaming scene.
“Start with simple farming tools and grow quickly from there through deep gameplay: build, repair and harvest. Improve your yield by acquiring new agricultural facilities like greenhouses and silos on your way to becoming one of the top farmers in the village.
The social aspect is a major part of the game. At the end of your working day, take part in village events to unwind and develop your social life. Meet your neighbors and spend time with them. These interactions could lead to a romantic relationship and family life in the countryside.”
Look at the launch trailer above to see if Farmer’s Dynasty looks like your cup of tea. It doesn’t come off as the most polished game on the market, but there is a hint of charm shining through that might make it worth checking out.
Farmer’s Dynasty is currently available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and on the PC through Steam. It’s expected to release on the Nintendo Switch at a later date.