|Genre: Simulation||Status: Final|
|Time Unit:Realtime||Theme: Farm|
|Graphics: 2D||Period: Present Time|
|Fee: Optional premium accounts||Developer:upjers GmbH & Co. KG|
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The world of Molehill Empire revolves around just one thing: The microcosm garden. Given the task of an industrious garden gnome, you can grow plants to your own hearts content and thanks to the beautifully rendered 3D graphics, you may even watch your flowers grow.
Lettuce, carrots, strawberries, roses or onions – you decide which plants you want to grow, based solely on your own likings, your level, your cash and of course, market demands, for even the life of a garden gnome is not for free.
No problems here though, in order to sell your own produce on the market or purchase some new seeds, all you need to do is grab your bike and stop by in the friendly little town Green Valley, or take the bus to the neighbouring city of Hedgerow Ville.
Buy new seeds and decorations to spice up your garden, or visit the market place to trade your produce with other players. But don’t forget the customers waiting right in front of your fence and let them spend their money on fresh grocery!
Planting, trading, planning and decorating: Molehill Empire is a colourful economy simulation with a twist and a huge cuteness factor that will bring the summer feeling straight into your living room – even in the midst of winter.
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You can take a picture of your garden to publish your display garden. It can be rated by other players.
Click on your profile and activate your display garden. Whenever you want to update your display garden use the 'edit' button in your profile. Now, your current display garden is shown. To save a new picture, activate the camera at the bottom on the right and click on 'save'...
When you start playing, you'll be able to cultivate 2 different plants: Carrots and lettuce. Your first step will be to start planting (click on the pot on the top menu), your second to water your plants (by using the watering can - if you want to). Once your plants are grown, you'll be able to harvest them (by using the sickle)...
Final verdict, even though it is a free game, it is a very nicely done game with both rich game play and graphics. It is perfect for casual gamers, people that just want to kill sometime and people like me who want to play something other than point, shoot and kill for a change. ..