Back into gaming again: Family Island!

As I’ve told you, dear friends, I’ve had a lot of problems with my eyes this year – at some point I almost thought I’d lose the left one. But I recovered and got back into a normal life, doing my indexes, writing my blogposts and learning my Welsh – and now, finally I’m back into gaming!

On my tablet which my dear darling husband gave to me, while I was doing my Duolingo Welsh lessons I came across an ad for a new sim&farm game. Now those ads can get on your nerves sometimes – but once in a while they can be useful, too! I installed “Family Island”, and for the past week I’ve been playing for hours every day – it’s so wonderfully relaxing, easy to play (any five-year old could do it, but that doesn’t mean we grown-ups aren’t allowed to play it as well!), and a lot of fun…

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Now here’s the story: Stone Age farmer Bruce and his family are forced to flee from their island by a volcano eruption; they land on a completely deserted island and have to build a new home there. And, of course, since we’re in the Stone Age, there’s no modern technology and our family has got to do everything by hand, from building a wooden shower shack to weaving clothes and growing vegetables!

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The pace is nice and relaxed, and you do need some patience sometimes for producing all the necessary components for a new Stone Age machine or a ladder to get into a new area of the island; but then, there’s so much to see and do on this fun island where the goats and chickens roam around and the kids can play on the beach.

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It’s free to download to your smartphone or tablet, of course, and nobody can force you to do in-game purchases – just be patient and accept the pace of Stone Age life!

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.MelsoftGames.FamilyIslandFarm&hl=en_US

Let me know if you like the game, dear friends; and remember not to play for TOO long – believe me, it’s not good for your eyes…

Happy gaming, friends, stay in and stay safe!

(Pictures: Google, Android and MEmuplay)

 

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