KLAIPEDA, Lithuania, Nov. 6, 2014 /CNW/ - It's been two years since Realore premiered its hit agricultural simulation title Farm UP on iOS. To celebrate the occasion developers share some interesting statistics and reveal exciting news regarding the future of the game.
Farm UP is a story-driven title that tells a tale of a young and beautiful protagonist Jennifer and her family. They decide to start their own business in the country and the players are invited to help them.
Since its original release Farm UP attracted the attention of millions of casual gamers. Every month more than 1,110,000 players spend their spare time growing digital crops in Farm UP. The title has entered the top games charts of all 3 major mobile platforms: iOS, Android and Windows. The game is being played across all continents except Antarctica. It is most popular in the United States, Germany and Russia. The game is enjoyed by all age groups and across genders, with young women being the majority.
Over these short two years players made a great job planting, harvesting and cooking within the game. In their virtual gardens Farm UP players grew as many carrots as would be eaten by the entire population of the Czech Republic in 15 years. Their in-game factories made 27 million cans of jam - the same amount as Russia produced in 2005. Farm UP's chickens laid over 500 million eggs which approximately equals the amount of eggs consumed by the people of Spain in the past 10 years. The richest Farm UP entrepreneur generated over 1 million golden coins. If converted into real-life money, this amount of in-game currency would equal to 28,000 US Dollars.
After two years of active support, developers manage to bring new events to the game. Jennifer got married, brought her grandparents to live with her on the farm, expanded her business to other countries and even met the president. But now comes the biggest event in the life of this family - in the upcoming updates Jennifer and her husband are going to have a baby. This unique event will change the life of the characters and the game forever. Development team is certain that the players will enjoy these changes and will continue having good time with Farm UP in the years to come.