Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Candy Crush Cheat and Hack... anyone?

Got an email this morning from a Candy Crush player asking me if I know of any cheats or hacks for the game. The sender said he's been stuck on a certain level but do not want to use his credit card to purchase an escape route.

Hello FarmTown Farmer. I know this email is off topic but I was just thinking maybe you know of cheats or hacks for Candy Crush. I used to play Farm Town during its early stages and I still love the game until now although Candy Crush is taking up more of my time. Please let me know if you can help me advance to the next level without having to purchase anything. I'll wait for your reply in your blog. Thanks, Robert.

Candy Crush Cheats, Codes, Hints, and Hacks 


I believe Robert is not a regular reader of this blog. Because if he was, he would have known that I am very much against any form of cheats, hacks, or codes that would advance the level of a player in any of the games on Facebook. As I've often said, using cheats in games will only make the game boring because the challenges will be very easy to pass.

I have also been playing Candy Crush and I truly love the game, although it has not surpassed my love for Farm Town. The game reminds me of Bejewelled only that the creator of Candy Crush has made the game more challenging and fun to play.

Now for Robert, I'm sorry to break this to you but the maker of Candy Crush has invested tons of dollars to prevent hackers and cheaters to tweak the codes of the game. The game is a gold mine and so its creator will do everything it can to make sure that no cheats or hacks will be made for Candy Crush.

Now back to Farm Town, I just realized that it's been almost a year since I last played the game. Do you still play Farm Town? Would you mind sharing me your thoughts and opinion about the game? Email me at farmtownfarmer99@gmail.com.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

FarmTown Question: How can I buy my second farm?

As usual, you need to go to the realtor office which is found under the map icon.

The XP values for each purchase:
  • FarmCash purchases give you +601 XP for each upgrade (apart from first purchase which gives you 1000 XP). If you purchase all the upgrades with FarmCash you can earn +4606 XP
  • Purchases with coins give you +1000 XP for each upgrade possible for the third farm. As this gives you +1000 XP for each upgrade, when you purchase all the upgrades with coins you would earn 7000 XP.
The requirements/monetary values for each purchase:
  • First purchase of Farm 3 : 30 Neighbours and 1,000,000c OR 40 FarmCash (whatever your level)
  • Upgrade: 14x14 : 30 Neighbours and 100,000c OR 20 FarmCash (whatever your level)
  • Upgrade: 16x16 : 30 Neighbours and 200,000c OR 20 FarmCash (whatever your level)
  • Upgrade: 18x18 : 30 Neighbours and 300,000c OR 20 FarmCash (whatever your level)
  • Upgrade: 20x20 : 30 Neighbours and 400,000c OR 20 FarmCash (whatever your level)
  • Upgrade: 22x22 : 30 Neighbours and 500,000c OR 20 FarmCash (whatever your level)
  • Upgrade: 24x24 : 30 Neighbours and 600,000c OR 20 FarmCash (whatever your level)
  • Upgrade: 26x26 : 30 Neighbours and 10,000,000,000 OR 30 FarmCash (whatever your level)
  • Upgrade: 28x28 : 30 Neighbours and 5,000,000,000 OR 25 FarmCash (whatever your level)
  • Upgrade: 30x30 : 30 Neighbours and 4,000,000,000 OR 30 FarmCash (whatever your level)
  • Upgrade: 32x32 : costs 4,000,000,000 OR 30 FarmCash (whatever your level)

Have you been to your farm lately? FarmTown on Facebook Update

First of all, let me offer a little prayer for our Farm Town neighbors in the Northeast as they struggle to keep safe while Super typhoon Sandy is in town. I hope you and your families will be safe.

Now back to FarmTown.

I mean, I know I have not updated this blog for so long (if this was a FarmTown plant, you'd see the entire page rotting to the max). Well, it seems that the number of people playing farm town is slowly decreasing, what with all the new games being introduced on Facebook everday!

But I can tell you straight that I still have my farm and I have not deactivated FarmTown. It's still one of my favorite games on Facebook and I know, because you are reading this post, FarmTown still interests you.

Let's this post be a sign that I will, again, keep this blog updated with at least a post a day and I hope you will be with me by posting comments, asking questions, or liking us on Facebook.

See you in a while!

Thursday, July 12, 2012

SimCity Social on Facebook... Let's be neighbors!

Finally, EA has brought SimCity Social on Facebook. Although I was really hoping they'd bring in Sim City to Facebook, I'm cool with the current game. A new game that you will surely fall in love with especially if you are a fan of Sim City or Sim Social.

Now, there are a lot of players who are asking me for cheats so they can get plenty of simoleons, unlimited energy, etc. etc. But I know you guys knew that I really don't give out cheats and I am not in favor of using cheats to advance your stages in any Facebook game.

Here's what we can do. Let's add a lot of neighbors whom we can ask for gifts, items, or hire as workers. That's secret behind having a great SimCity stats. Add a lot of neighbors who can be helpful in your future needs.

This is the reason why I created a new Facebook account exclusively for playing SimCity Social on Facebook. Add me on Facebook so we can be neighbors on the game and then let's grow our Cities together.

Add me on Facebook at simcitysocialplayer@gmail.com

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Facebook Farm Town Crops Gone to Waste


I didn't realize I had crops to harvest yesterday until I opened Farm Town today. And yes, all of them have gone to waste. The color of brown fields just pains my heart really because after plowing and planting, I will be clearing the fields again because of the rotten crops. It's such a waste of time.

Well, crops-gone-to-waste is a reality in Farm Town and we have to get used to that brown fields if we are not careful enough to take note of the harvesting date. For me, I was just really so occupied with work yesterday that I thought my crops won't be available for harvest until today. I forgot I planted carrots. Tsk! Tsk! Tsk!

Will be cleaning up the brown fields later. I just feel a bit frustrated. But I need to continue farming because I only need one more level to get that much-coveted mansion. :)

Farm Town cheat or help... you decide

I received an email this morning from one of our blog readers. He informed me about a new technique (?) to easily and quickly gain experience points in Farm Town. Excerpt of the email below:

Hi, I have a technique for gaining a lot of experience points in Farm Town. I use a program called RemoteKeys to automate the buying of hay bales, which have the highest point/coins ratio (1:10). Using it, I recorded a sequence for buying 12 bales of hay, then selling them. The script repeats 50 times, so it generates 3000 points each time it is run. I've used it to gain about 60,000 points.

Of course, he emailed me the program that will be needed through RemoteKeys to make the technique (or cheat) work. Has any of you tried this technique? I'd love to try this in my farm but I am hesitant to download Remotekeys for fear that I might get a virus or some malicious codes.

If you've tried this technique and liked it, please share us your thoughts. Thanks and happy Sunday everyone!

The Sims Social on Facebook - Cheat and Hints

Hello Farm Town Farmers! It's heartwarming to note that a lot of us are still playing Farm Town even if there are already a lot of games being introduced on Facebook. Good thing too that Slashkey has also been introducing new features on Farm Town to keep us playing.

Anyway, another game is currently playing on Facebook. It's called The Sims Social. If you have played The Sims before, then this game is not new to you although there are plenty of additions like taking care of plants, planting and plowing, and few others.

Expectedly, a lot of players are digging up the web to look for Facebook Sims Social Cheats - how they can advance their character without actually playing the game, how they can earn Sims cash without sweating it out, or how they can upgrade their houses without actually performing tasks.

As what I've been saying before, looking for cheats for your Facebook game will surely defeat the thrill and excitement of playing. Why do we have to look for cheats when the purpose of our playing Facebook games is to have fun. I don't understand why a lot of players find it fun to play the game using cheats and codes.

Anyway, I have started playing Sims Social last week and I can say that it's fun although Farm Town remains to be my number one Facebook game.

Happy Farming everyone!