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Thread: Making the game more realistic

  1. #1

    Lightbulb Making the game more realistic

    Ive got a few ideas for the game.

    1) Have weather, this will make the game feel more realistic. It would make the game feel more realistic by having to deal with the day to day issues that farmers have to face. If there was a very bad rain shower then we could try and get rid of the puddles/ try to fix the problem.Then crops could grow according to the weather. For example if it was da drought, water could be collected from the river to try and keep them alive.

    2) Another idea is go give gamers the chance to expand/ create little side businesses alongside the farm. For example making the farm into a park where people can stay on a working farm. This would help with the money and give us farmers the extra income that is needed when you canít sell anything.

    3) Or alternatively where we have a chance to move to a different location rather than having the same layout for everyone. This will make the farm interesting because then wherever the farm is there will be different things to face/ different landscapes where things can and canít be

    What do you think of these ideas?

  2. #2
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    I am not a fan of 1 or 2.
    I would LOVE if number 3 were implemented and we could move our farmhouse.
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  3. #3
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    Join Date
    Oct 2014
    Hay Day is not at all realistic and that’s how it’s meant to be.
    Having day and night would mean the Supercell would need to know each players location and then tailor the game for each time zone. I would hate to have rain in the game. Anything bad happening is ruled out so floods and droughts will never happen.
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