MisterCodeMan

is creating Farmington County: a Fun-Realistic Farming Simulator

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Farmington County: A Fun-Realistic Farming Simulator

My goal is to make the best farming game ever - Farmington County. Yes there's a lot of really good farming games out there and I've played most of them but I think I can improve on the genre.

In Farmington County, you inherit a vast tract of undeveloped land. You can use hand tools, tractors, ATVs and other vehicles to develop it. You will need to build infrastructure to support your farming operation, maintain your vehicles, make sure that your crops are growing well, take care of farm animals, and more.

I'm not trying to make a clone of anything - look at the gameplay video and you'll see that it doesn't look like anything else out there at the moment. It plays differently too. Most farming games only have a mild focus on actual farming. My game is about farming, and how challenging and satisfying it is to develop your land, grow your crops, raise farm animals, and bring your goods to market.

There will also be a wide range of fun side-activities that’s typical of what you’d see in a small, American town - plinking, back road racing, mudding, bar room brawls, line dancing, treasure hunting, and more. 

At its current, alpha stage, Farmington County is completely playable. However, I have a lot of things planned for it and this Patreon will help me be able to focus completely on making this game. There will be seasons, a detailed town area, lots of fun activities to do, an RPG system, and many more.

I've been developing it for one year now; I expect that all of my plans for it will be completely implemented in another 1-2 years.

Anyway, I hope you join me on this journey, and with your support we can build the most fun, immersive and expansive farming experience.

About me:
I've been a software developer for 5 years. I used to live near San Francisco, then I moved to a small, country town in Oregon. My favorite games growing up are SimFarm, SimCity, Fallout 1 & 2, Final Fantasy 7, and Harvest Moon.
Farmington County: A Fun-Realistic Farming Simulator

My goal is to make the best farming game ever - Farmington County. Yes there's a lot of really good farming games out there and I've played most of them but I think I can improve on the genre.

In Farmington County, you inherit a vast tract of undeveloped land. You can use hand tools, tractors, ATVs and other vehicles to develop it. You will need to build infrastructure to support your farming operation, maintain your vehicles, make sure that your crops are growing well, take care of farm animals, and more.

I'm not trying to make a clone of anything - look at the gameplay video and you'll see that it doesn't look like anything else out there at the moment. It plays differently too. Most farming games only have a mild focus on actual farming. My game is about farming, and how challenging and satisfying it is to develop your land, grow your crops, raise farm animals, and bring your goods to market.

There will also be a wide range of fun side-activities that’s typical of what you’d see in a small, American town - plinking, back road racing, mudding, bar room brawls, line dancing, treasure hunting, and more. 

At its current, alpha stage, Farmington County is completely playable. However, I have a lot of things planned for it and this Patreon will help me be able to focus completely on making this game. There will be seasons, a detailed town area, lots of fun activities to do, an RPG system, and many more.

I've been developing it for one year now; I expect that all of my plans for it will be completely implemented in another 1-2 years.

Anyway, I hope you join me on this journey, and with your support we can build the most fun, immersive and expansive farming experience.

About me:
I've been a software developer for 5 years. I used to live near San Francisco, then I moved to a small, country town in Oregon. My favorite games growing up are SimFarm, SimCity, Fallout 1 & 2, Final Fantasy 7, and Harvest Moon.

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