Plant crops, complete orders, hire workers, and expand your farm. Field Day offers a wealth of activities from adorable animals to many kind of crops. This easy and accessible game is designed for short sessions that can be played throughout the day.
* Create your own farm
* Unlock new crops and animals
* Fulfill orders to gain gold
* Complete order and missions
* All in 3D and designed for watchOS 4 and iOS 11
(NOTE: Field Day requires iOS 11)
HOW TO PLAY THE GAME:
* Use Digital Crown or swiping to scroll and access Orders
* Plant crops on the land slots
* Fill Orders to gain gold to purchase new slots
* When the Postman appears close to the Farm he gives missions
* Access the Town by swiping right in iPhone (tap buildings)
* Completing missions will unlock new crops or upgrade existing ones
* If you get stuck and can't fill orders, tapping the coin icon in the order pad twice will cancel orders and new ones will appear
* You cannot run out of gold and you'll always have enough to plant the cheapest crop
5/5 Amazing, best Apple Watch game! I will GLADLY give this game 5 stars!
5/5 This game is fun! And extremely addictive!
5/5 This is the best game for my Apple Watch. I love it so much!
5/5 I love this game so much. It is very creative and I love how it uses both the phone and Watch for different things and not the same thing.
Everywear Games is the first game studio to focus entirely on creating gaming experiences optimized for Apple Watch and iPhone.
PLEASE NOTE: Field Day is completely free to download and play, but some game items may be purchased for real money. To disable this, turn off the in-app purchases in your device's settings.
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A revolution in wrist gaming is growing in Field Day’s verdant soil. We’re mesmerized by the cute, cubical 3D visuals, but it’s the clever back-and-forth between Apple Watch and iPhone that keeps us playing until the proverbial cows come home. When friends ask us why we keep checking the time, we just tell them these crops aren’t going to harvest themselves! That's why it's our 2016 Game of the Year for Apple Watch.
Fun game to while away a bit of time
I started playing this game when farming was on the Watch only and while my eyes like that you can play it on the iPhone as well (not just visit the town), I really wish there was more to it. It looks like there may be a future update because you can now scroll past the house and see the barn, greenhouse, and silo with a clear open space for new content but that happened a while ago and nothing since then. Maybe this is what the three “mystery crops” are in panel 2 of the crop list?
I also wish there was a way to see how much of a particular crop you can plant. I’ll go to the orders section and count how much of any particular crop I need then scroll to the farm and start planting but I have to first see how much I have planted then fill a space with the crop I want to plant, then click to see how much was planted, then divide that by what I need for the orders minus what I have already planted. If I knew I could plant 70 wheat at a time, I could more easily plan out what I need to plant and not use up potentially valuable field space for a crop I can’t possibly grow enough of at the time. Add this feature, make minor additions to the game a little more frequently and I’ll definitely update this to a 5 start review.
Needs a tutorial
Believe it or not! I agree with the person who says just because the game is simple, not everyone will understand. This game is played at a snail’s pace and any permanent progress you could make is made very, very slowly. That’s why I’m starting to get upset that twice I’ve earned a special seed from the mayor’s missions and I have no clue what I’m supposed to do with it. The little yellow veggie/fruit that looks a bit like a bell pepper was the first time I ever saw the watering mechanic appear on this game, and the game did not tell me what to do with it. I thought I understood that I must keep the water level between the goal lines by the time the crop has completed growing, yet it is possible for the timer to run out and the crop to still only be 74% watered/completed, or something to that effect. Then I sell the crop and it’s gone forever. No option to replant. Is this by design? Is it intentional? Is it because I failed to grow the crop to 100%? I have no idea, but wish I did. I’ve looked everywhere online but haven’t been able to find the explanation for how this works. I have also searched all over the game but have not found a settings menu with a tutorial. Please tell me if I’m missing something. This is only so confusing and frustrating as I said because progress is made so slowly in this game, and those plants come along so rarely. It’s a little upsetting to have had it twice and failed to grow it twice because of unclear instruction.
- Everywear Games Oy
- 72.6 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 and watchOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Korean, Latvian, Malay, Malayalam, Marathi, Norwegian Bokmål, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- © Everywear Games Inc
- In-App Purchases
- Plot Away Pack $2.99
- Garden Pro Pack $7.99
- Expert Gardener Pack $15.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.