Happy Farm: Candy Day – Tips and Tricks Guide: Hints, Cheats and Strategies

By | 20140112

Happy Farm: Candy Day is a popular new farming game by Xing Cloud. Your goal in this game is to grow crops, make products, farm and feed animals, and fill orders. You can even set up a roadside stand and sell goods to your friends, and to total strangers as well. Read on for some tips and tricks for Happy Farm: Candy Day!

Want to earn a lot of coins? Place random stuff in the store, and mark it up to higher prices than you see other players selling it for in the newspaper. Don’t mark it up too high, just high enough that you’ll still find takers but make a profit at the same time. The best items to do this with are craft items (bread, feed, beer, etc) and crops that take awhile to grow, such as hops and sugarcane.

Connect to Facebook (you can play this game on Facebook as well), and try to find friends who are playing, because you and your friends can sell goods to each other. If you don’t have any friends who play, then go to the official Facebook page for the game, or to the comments section of this article, or to the review page on either the Apple or Google app stores, and either post your info or look for people who have posted their info so that you can add them.

Running out of diamonds too quickly? You’ll get free gems for gaining experience levels, as well as for completing achievements and animal cards. If you ever get bored and can’t figure out what to do next, tap on your house to see what possible achievements you can complete. Breed often in order to try to get animal cards, and sell duplicate animals if you need to.

Always be sure to check your daily bonus even if you don’t plan on playing that day, because if you fill out all of the days of a month on the calendar, you will get a huge reward. If you missed a previous day, you can spend two gems to unlock that day, but this is not generally recommended unless you missed only one or two days of that month, or unless you have a ton of gems left that you don’t have any plan for how to spend.