My Universe: Green Adventure – Farmer Friends Announced
From the creators of the My Universe series (School Teacher, My Baby, Cooking Star Restaurant) comes the next installment in the extremely kid-friendly series Green Adventure – Farmer Friends. Releasing June 30th on Nintendo Switch and available digitally on PS4/PS5 and Steam as well, it’s time to break out the overalls and dust off your gardening tools!
In what appears to be following the traditional farming game storyline: You’ve inherited the old family farm and it’s time to reinvent and reinvigorate it back to its former glory. Visuals seem to be pretty nice and on par with the rest of the series and seem to take some inspiration from the hit Stardew Valley. Keep in mind this is designed for young children in order for them to have some imaginative play while living out their dream adult lives. So the gameplay will likely be simple and easy to control for the little ones. Hopefully, we will have a full review for you closer to release.
About the game (Direct from Press Release):
- Become an environmentally friendly farmer! Explore your farm’s surroundings, clear your overgrown fields and find a new way to fertilize your crops. Roll up your sleeves and get ready to dig and water your crops regularly to reap the fruits of your labor. Be sure to follow the complete production cycle of a green farmer! Every day is an adventure thanks to the different quests.
- Make some animal friends! During your adventure, you will be in charge of the entire farmyard, cows, hens, goats, sheep, ducks, and more. You’ll have to renovate various buildings to home your new companions. Care for them, show them plenty of affection, and have fun with them thanks to the many mini-games.
- Meet the villagers’ needs! The further you progress in your adventure, the larger your choice of seeds will get. Flowers, fruits, and vegetables pay close attention to the villagers’ orders to be sure to meet their needs. With a little creativity, you will improve your recipes and create new flavors for your yogurts, jams, etc. It’s up to you to show off your local production and your traditional recipes to the village’s inhabitants!