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Farming Simulator 14 (or Farming Simulator 2014) was released in late 2013, and brings Farming Simulator to the iPad/iPhone (iOS), Android, Kindle, Windows Phone, and Windows 8 platforms.[1]

Description[]

Farming Simulator Mobile is the portable version of the smash hit Farming Simulator for all mobile platforms like iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8 and PlayStation Vita. The content of Farming Simulator Mobile is based on the successful PC franchise. At the beginning of his career the player starts with a small farm with little machinery. The player can contiously expand the farm through the acquisition of additional arable land. The player also can invest the earned money into newer and larger machines. [2]

Although it is not a complete representation of Farming Simulator 2013 and its subsequent downloadable content packs, it contains much of the same vehicles and equipment, offers a refined interface, allows more farming tasks to be automated by Hired Workers, and fixes many glitches that plagued earlier versions.

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Features[]

Features listed in the mobile description of the game.

  • New highly detailed 3D graphics and a slick user interface take your gameplay experience to the next level
  • Plant wheat, canola or corn and sell it in a dynamic market
  • Mow grass, tedder and windrow it to create hay bales to feed to your cows, then sell their milk to the highest bidder
  • Make money by selling grass or chaff at the biogas plant
  • Hire computer-controlled assistants to help you with your work

System Requirements[]

The following requirements are needed to play Farming Simulator 14:

iOS[]

Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone (3GS, 4, 4S, 5, 5C, 5S), iPad (all Generations) and iPod touch (3rd Generation). This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

Android[]

Requires Android 2.3.3 or higher.

Windows[]

Requires Windows Phone 8, Windows RT, Windows 8 or higher.

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