Farming Simulator has always been one of my favorites on mobile devices. It is quite difficult to go into a mobile game store and not find at least one game based on farming, or agricultural activities. If you were to poll these games against other similar or older casual apps, however, it would be hard to find one that is superior in graphics and features. Farming Simulator 19 is now available, and initial hands-on reactions are overwhelmingly positive. The series will enter its second season next year, packing more depth and improved visuals in its new installment.
If you do some quick research, you can find a number of websites offering free demos of the new versions of these games for either the xbox, or the PlayStation 4. Some gaming sites even offer free download options of the simulator itself! This is a great way for gamers who want to test out the newest versions before buying the actual games. In fact, many of the games allow players to play for free and test their skills and abilities online before having to commit to buying a game.
Although I think the quality of most of the games currently available on mobile devices is good, I do feel that Farming Simulator and the game of farming in general has room for improvement. Currently there is no support for the offline modes, which makes these apps a poor substitute for the real thing. Fortunately, however, this is not the case for the first few versions of the game, and they are fairly intuitive and easy to play. I would recommend playing Farming Simulator on the newer devices, which have a lot more memory and streaming capabilities than the older Xbox consoles. This will also allow players to adjust the graphics settings to their own liking, rather than having to conform to what Microsoft wants you to do.