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Goodgame Big Farm

Goodgame Big Farm

Release Date:  November 2012
Publisher:  Goodgame Studios
Developer:  Goodgame Studios
Genre:  Simulation

Goodgame Big Farm is a browser-based simulation game from Goodgame Studios behind popular games such as Goodgame Empire and Goodgame Galaxy. In Big Farm, players harvest crops in the fields, produce animal feeds in the windmill, feed the animals, and then wait until they can sell eggs or livestock. As they advance, they will unlock more buildings, hire more workers, and expand their farms.


Set in a night less green world, the game presents every structure and figure in cartoony pictures that are delicate but not detailed enough. That’s probably why the game allows for zooming in, but you will never be able to see clear the faces of those figures in various sizes – if they do have eyes and noses at all.

Goodgame Big Farm offers convenient and fluent controls in most cases. Players could mouse over structures to check when the production or construction will be complete or over the quest buttons to see what goals you should achieve. If they left click a structure, a ring of buttons will pop up, each corresponding to a specific action that players could do with the structure. For example, they can plant corns and then use humus in the fields or upgrade and move any structure. However, there is something a little bit disappointing in the quest dialog boxes – the rewards cannot be seen directly and players have to mouse over the wooden case near top right to see what the current quest will offer after they’ve completed it.

In this game, players don’t have to wait for energy refill or ask friends for special items to complete any construction or something like that, because the actions that they take revolve around building a self-sustaining economy. After you collect eggs and pigs, you will also get some materials for making humus and fertilizer, which can be used to speed up the cultivation or start the production of apples and other stuff.

Big Farm bears some similarities to Goodgame Empire, though the two titles differ in genre. Both games tell interesting stories that work perfect with the quests. For example, in Big Farm, a young man in blouse and tie comes to hand out tasks concerning money-making since he is a member – or boss, I don’t know – of a produce sales company while in Empire, players send troops and battle enemies to rescue a girl in hostage. Also, both games enable player to spend premium money to hire special personnel to boost the productions.

Easy controls and good story-telling do form an appeal, but that appeal fades when all you see is tiny text in the dialog boxes. The remarks of those task givers come in such small sizes that it wouldn’t take long before you lose interest and head for the task actions directly without a further glimpse of what he or she is actually caring about. And in that case, the game soon falls into a terrible experience where one only produces X to produce Y without genuinely feeling entertained.

4 Comments on Goodgame Big Farm


  1. Lotus Blade says:

    This games makes you feal like you push only 1 button now and then each 2-10 hours. There is almost no building and decoration, and everything is level dependent, so you will be unable to do anything except quests – build that and upgrade this. Very booring game.

  2. Terry says:

    The game appeals to be manipulated to make sure you must purchase gold coins (using real money) to accomplish many of the tasks. While fun for a while soon you see the manipulation to use the gold coins, there should be a warning feature for parents.

  3. Jackie says:

    I played this game for months and spent a lot of money using my debit card only to find I had to cancel my debit card, because these people were deducting from my debit when I was no longer playing. This is a money grabbing game based on paying money for gold. Do not spend any money in this game. It is not a rewarding experience.

  4. Gromovnik says:

    Big Farm is Big Headache

    This review is based on personal experience.

    Do you like farming games?

    Game is created by Goodgame Studios, an online games company founded in 2009 and based in Hamburg, Germany.

    Goodgame Big Farm is a free-to-play (freemium) farming simulator.

    Game requires flash player, a lot of RAM, is very slow and buggy.
    Customer support is useless.
    Community is great.
    Gameplay is very slow.
    Higher levels require YEARS of playing to achive.
    Game update on 16 August 2017. made many players VERY unhappy.

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