In Farm Empire you can fulfill your dream to run a cozy farm and becoming a billionaire. If you are hard-working and have a business acumen, we guarantee that you will be the world's richest farmer!
Buy assets as chickens, tractors and pigs. Make money on them and buy more. It's that simple.
How to play
When the game starts you have one hen. You can get it to lay eggs by clicking on it. Once it has laid enough eggs, you will be able to buy more hens. If you continue like that, you will soon afford a duck or a tomato plant and even more assets later on.
The game will save your progress every minute, and it also saves when you exit it.
If you think that it is getting boring to click on your assets to get them to make money for you, you should you hire a manager to do the work for you. This is done by opening the menu for managers, where you can hire them.
Another advantage of having the managers, is that they also work when the game is closed. You will make money even when you are sleeping or eating lunch, and at all other times when you exit the game - as long as you have hired managers to do the work for you.
If you get to own great quantities of your assets such as 20, 50 or 100, you are rewarded with your earnings of the asset multiplied. Therefore it's a good idea to always go for the milestones, if you want to earn your money as quickly as possible.
The upgrades can also increase your earnings. They are not free, so you have to always consider whether you want to spend your money on upgrades or more assets (hint: it almost always pays to upgrade first).
At some point in the game you get access to hire workers which gives you a huge advantage. For each worker you have, you increase your earnings by 1%, and with the right upgrades up to 30% per worker!
Once you get your workers, the game will start again, but don't worry - with the workers' help you will soon reach the same level you were at before.
It is always an advantage to start the game again when you think your opportunities to upgrade and/or purchase more goods are starting to slow down. The workers will then raise your business to a new and higher level.
Shop and golden eggs
In the game's shop you can buy golden eggs (for real money), and various boosts payable with golden eggs.
Time travels move the time forward for the specified number of days or hours, so you get for instance 14 days' earnings in an instant.
Permanent multipliers are upgrades that you can only buy once, however they will always be active. This means for instance, if you have purchased x3 then you will forever gain the triple of what you would otherwise.
Golden eggs you can use elsewhere in the game to buy assets such as chickens or tomatoes and upgrades. You can also buy your earned workers without a restart.
Paying vip members get daily 10 free golden eggs.
If you want to save the golden eggs without spending money, you must keep an eye on the game's top left corner. Click on the gifts that appear at regular intervals, to receive either golden eggs, earnings or assets.
You can only get up to five golden egg every day by opening gifts.
If you are tired of waiting for the gifts, you can buy a giveaway in the shop. It gives you permission to open 10 gifts in a short time. You can choose between a giveaway with ordinary gifts or one with super gifts.
The shop gives you the option to upgrade the gifts, so their contents will be twice as good. You will also be able to earn up to 6 golden egg every day.
World map and stars
The world map opens when you reach 50% milestones. On the world map you will get continuous access to new countries, so that you can switch between up to three different countries to make money.
When one of your countries hits 100% milestones, it allows you to reset the country. This means that you start from scratch, without workers and permanent multipliers. In return you will get a star, which is the game's highest honours. The more stars you have, the better you play Farm Empire.
You can reach astronomic numbers in Farm Empire. This list can help you gain an overview of the size of the numbers:
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