After a few false starts and a lot of trouble with its mobile games, Zynga has finally launched FarmVille 2: Country Escape on iOS and Android, and so far it looks like they have made up for their past sins, as this is easily one of the best farming games on both platforms. It’s all of the farming and social fun, none of the annoying people and wading through endless prompts that has plagued the Ville games in the past. Read on for some tips and tricks for FarmVille 2: Country Escape!
-This game is not the same game as the Facebook version of FarmVille 2; however, they are somewhat interconnected. For example, water, crops, vegetables and other goods that you collect in Country Escape can be sent over to your account in FarmVille 2. Tap on the gas pump and connect to Facebook to enable this feature.
-After you unlock Eagle Eye Eddie, he’ll present you a whole new batch of orders in exchange for stamps. Trade those stamps in for rarer animals than you would normally be able to buy for coins (the more valuable the stamp, the rarer the animals will usually be)
-In Country Escape you can cheat the standard waiting period for crops, jobs, buildings or anything else by setting the time ahead on your phone or tablet. Set the time ahead by whatever your longest job is. Then go back to the app and collect everything.
-After that you can set the time back to normal and nothing will be reversed. This allows you to do the trick as many times as you want to without having your phone timer be off by hours or even days.
-Up until you hit level seven, your only choice to sell the vegetables will be to utilize the Farm Orders board. Once you unlock the Farm Stand, you can price and sell any goods that you want yourself.
-If you see someone selling relatively rare or uncommon (or expensive) goods, then buy them en masse. Then sell them in smaller numbers, or even one at a time, for higher prices in order to make a good profit. Arbitrage is key in the farm stand store.
-Want to find more people to play the game with on Facebook? Search in the comments on this article, on the official Facebook page for the game (or on any unofficial pages) or on App Store reviews. Or wait until you unlock the Farm Co-Ops at level eleven (which works kind of like clans in Clash of Clans), because you can your co-op members can send gifts back and forth and help each other’s farms just like your Facebook friends can do.