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The ultimate farming game: Hay Day

Hay day is a farming game which has become popular in the year of 2013 which was released by the Supercell, those who are famous for releasing the Clash of clans and Clash Royale.

The game:

The game basically is farming and increasing your farms by buying more land. In the game, the farm belongs to your uncle who is tired and bored of farming and wants a leisure time so hands you the farm. But you have no idea how to do all these jobs. In the game, your help is a scarecrow who will give you instruction and teach you how to start with harvesting the wheat. Later on in the game, you need to make your progress on your own. You can unlock a lot many other crops like corn as your goto higher levels and gain experience points.

How to play?

If you manage to make a proper farm, you will be easily profitable from it. You may need a quite a lot of time to master the game. When you begin the game, it is important you follow all the instructions properly. There will be text bubbles containing instructions of what to do. Play through the tutorial properly before playing the game. In the tutorial itself, you will be taught how to crop new plants, harvest plants, to paint your house and you will be asked to name your farm.

After the tutorial you are ready, so go ahead and plant the initial crops. You will be given three plots of land to start off. Select the plots of lands and select wheat. Click and drag to the empty plot of lands to fill them with the crops. You will have a working farm. These crops will help in earning gold and help you with the progress in the game. If you still need help with this, make sure to search for the best hay day online tool on google and click on the first search result.

After planting crops fill your farm with farm animals. Click on the animals you want on your farm and the red house. You can drag the animals into your animal pen to purchase them. With the level up you will access to more animals, and you will get more coins.

Do not forget to feed your livestock with the food you grow on your farm. Sometime fox might come to eat your livestock, make repeated clicks on the fox to shoo it away.

The diamonds you earn you can use it wisely and build things faster than for waiting for a very long time. In this way, you can make progress faster in the game and gain experiences faster. You have the option of purchasing diamonds with real cash money.

In all the level ups you will gain one or two diamonds so keep leveling up. The more and longer you play the game the more the time you will take to build so in such cases you need diamonds to make it faster. So use it in limited quantity to have plenty of them when you need.

You get diamonds on completing an achievement, so make sure to complete your achievements which might be like making truck deliveries and helping people who come to your farm.

Tricks for the game:

You can plant the crops at night, or when you are working so that you don’t have to wait when you are playing as few crops might take a long time to grow, You can say no to your visitors if they are not paying you enough for what you are selling.

You have Hay Day cheats available online, which helps you with earn coins and diamond which in return helps you buy crops and other things.

Top Five Nintendo DS Games for Spring 2008

Many gamers may be surprise by the lack on Nintendo titles for the Nintendo DS in the spring. Makes you wonder if Nintendo is shifting focus to the Nintendo Wii in 2008. Fortunately, the third party publishers got the season covered with games for everyone. Here are the top five Nintendo DS games of the spring.

5. Lost in Blue 3
Publisher: Konami, Developer: Konami, Release Date: March 18, ESRB Rating: E10+
More than any other console, the Nintendo DS is known for its niche titles. A prime example of this is the Lost in Blue series. The basic premise of the series is to survive in a mysterious world by fully utilizing the touch screen and microphone of the Nintendo DS. Gamers will have to manage their day-to-day survival needs in addition to finding a way back home at the same time. Launching this spring, Lost in Blue 3 will offer more of the same unique concept and gameplay.

4. Rondo of Swords
Publisher: Atlus, Developer: Success, Release Date: April 15, ESRB Rating: RP
Japanese strategy role-playing games are one of the few genres that the Nintendo DS is lacking in. Rondo of Swords will fill that niche nicely during the spring season. What separates this strategy game of others is the Route Maneuver System, which lets you attack all enemies on your path. Another unique aspect is that the fights take place on a 2D plane; very much like the cult classic strategy game, Dragon Force. Rondo of Swords breaks the tradition of most Japanese strategy role-playing for a more unique experience.
3. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates
Publisher: Square Enix, Developer: Square Enix, Release Date: March 11, ESRB Rating: E
Released on the Nintendo Gamecube, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles turned out to be a great game even though it did not lived up to the franchise’s standard. Part of the reason is that you needed to buy a bunch of extra accessories to play multiplayer. That will change in the spring sequel on the Nintendo DS, however. Each person only needs a DS and a copy of the game to play the frantic 4-player co-op mode. With a fully-blown single player mode to boot, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates will give you plenty of bang for your buck.

2. The World Ends with You
Publisher: Square Enix, Developer: Jupiter, Release Date: April 22, ESRB Rating: E
You may not guess by the title of the game that it was made by the same people who did the Kingdom Hearts series. Like Square Enix’s popular series, The World Ends with You is an Action-RPG. It does have several features that make for a unique experience. The first of which is reading other people’s minds to find clues. Another is the Stride-Cross Battle System, which lets you control two party members simultaneously. Finally, the game’s artwork, a cross between Kingdom Hearts and Jet Grind Radio is incredibly stylish. Releasing this spring, The World Ends with You is looking like masterpiece in the making and may be the start of a new franchise for Square Enix.

1. Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword
Publisher: Tecmo, Developer: Team Ninja, Release Date: March 25, ESRB Rating: T
Just months before the release of Ninja Gaiden II for the Xbox 360, Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword will bring the premier action franchise to the Nintendo DS. In fact, the story of the DS game is set months before the original Ninja Gaiden for the Xbox. So fans of the series should be looking forward to the handheld version. It’s not always about the story, however. Like The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, this game will exclusively use the touch screen to control all the actions. While that may sound daunting, it actually works really well and adds to the immersion. The game also features beautiful graphics, some of the best for the handheld system. Needless to say, Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword is easily the best Nintendo DS game of the spring.

How to Run Homebrew Games on a Nintendo DS

Homebrew is quite a scene, and has been picking up speed for years. Nearly every capable device has a series of homebrew games/apps available for it, the Nintendo DS being one of them. Homebrew games are games created by individuals for specific devices. These games aren’t supported by Nintendo and may or may not work. Some are worthless, and some are so useful you can’t believe there free.
In addition to games, you can find a wide array of applications that add functions to the DS that otherwise would not be available. This includes dictionaries and calculators, painting application, and even a full Linux port.

If you want to get involved with the homebrew scene by downloading some games for your DS, this tutorial is for you. This article will teach you the basics of downloading and using user created content on your Nintendo DS.

Items Needed:

Computer with Internet Access
Nintendo DS
CycloDS Evolution
microSD card
NDS files

Step 1: You’ll need to purchase the CycloDS Evolution card, as well as a microSD card to install in it The microSD card should be a minimum of 1GB. CycloDS is moderately expensive at $50, but it doesn’t require any patching and an can used with nearly everything immediately.

Step 2: Find homebrew applications and games on the Internet and download them to your computer. These games will be NDS file format. Read views on them to make sure they’re worth bothering with, and scan them for viruses before using them.

Step 3: Connect your microSD card to your computer using a card reader. Transfer the NDS application to the card. Disconnect it from your computer and insert it in the CycloDS card.

Step 4: Insert the CycloDS card into your Nintendo DS. Start your DS and select the ‘Health and Safety option and choose the CycloDS card. From here you can open the NDS homebrew apps you added to your card.

Troubleshooting: Make sure you use the card listed in this article – this method will only work with this card. If you use a different one, the method used changes, and is considerably more difficult for anyone doing this for the first time. The cost of the CycloDS is well worth the time and effort saved over different methods.

If you do decide to use a different method because you don’t wish to invest in a CycloDS card, a quick search of the Internet will provide you with the appropriate instructions.