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Farm Story 2: Sweet Retreat – Tips, Tricks, Cheats, How To Beat, and Strategy Guide

Sweet Retreat is a new version of Farm Story 2, for a special event. It’s basically Farm Story 2, but with much crazier and slightly psychedelic colors, candy references all over the place, and a special event. Read on for some tips and tricks for how to win at Farm Story 2: Sweet Retreat!

Normally, you have to wait for things to happen. For example, you have to wait for your crops to be ready to harvest, your mill to produce feed for the cows, chickens and other animals, and for your animals to produce their products, etc etc etc. However, if you don’t want to wait anymore, just set the time on your phone or tablet ahead and they will finish instantly.

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After you do this, go back to the app and collect everything, and then you can set your time back to normal. You can do this as many times as you want. If you don’t collect everything first, though, then the uncollected items will go back into the waiting period after you set your time back to normal.

Want to get a ton of people to visit your farm? Start going to other people’s farms and helping out early on in the game. Tap anything with a heart above it (anything sparkly has already been helped). The higher your social level, the more people will visit your farm, because you’ll be higher up on the list of random players. Also, add more people to be your neighbors.

When people visit your village and help out, stars will appear above the buildings that they helped out. Tap the floating stars and you can collect coins. Try to always have jobs going on at your various areas, so that other players can tap them to help you out and earn you coins.

The faster that you complete shipments, the more supplies that you’ll get, which helps not only for buying new expansions, but for buying pickaxes, shovels and saws, so that you can clear out bushes, trees, and rocks.