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Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season Giveaway

Game Giveaway of the day — Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season

Rebuild a farm after the hurricane!
User rating: 16 (80%) 4 (20%) 8 comments

Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season was available as a giveaway on April 4, 2020!

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Slip on your overalls, grab your seed bag, and round up your four-legged friends for more frenzied fun as you rebuild your farm in the wake of a hurricane! With dozens of exciting levels, vivid art and animation, and bonus features galore, Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season is going to blow you away!

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10; CPU: 1.6 GHz; RAM: 512 MB; DirectX: 9.0; Hard Drive: 289 MB





File Size:

275 MB



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Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season

Before you decide to download this game check out the slideshow of around 40 in game images for Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season HERE and several in-game videos of game play HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE to see if you like the look of the game.
In Brief

Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season is a Time Management game and the thirteenth in the Farm Frenzy franchise. I scored this a 8.75 for game play and fun for the whole family.

Rebuild a farm after the hurricane in the marvelous game Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season! It’s time to think over how to clean the territories suffered from the element’s rage! While caring for your animals and gathering products they produce, you'll learn lots of recipes and start making delicious dishes to be sold in the town. Do your best to restore the farm and foil the plans of the annoying ferrets that are determined to steal your goods! With dozens of excellent levels, vivid art and animation, and bonus features galore, the game Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season is an excellent game that all of the family will probably enjoy playing!

Edited reference accessed HERE 14th October 2017

The Game:
Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season is the thirteenth game to be released in the Time Management Farm Frenzy franchise, though technically it may be also called Farm Frenzy 5 because many of the previous titles were considered expansions for example Farm Frenzy 3, Farm Frenzy 3: American Pie, Farm Frenzy 3: Ice Age, Farm Frenzy 3: Russian Roulette etc. The last in the series is called Farm Frenzy: Heave Ho. You can get several of the Farm Frenzy franchise free from MyPlayCity and other free game sites (see below for links to all the free ones). It's one of the only time management game franchises that I actually enjoy, having first played it when I was a beta tester for Alawar and ended up beta testing the first three games. I did find later games a little tedious as they all follow the same formulae, with mainly re skinning and different music added. That said, all of the Farm Frenzy games are very playable. I'd not played any Farm Frenzy games since the last Farm Frenzy giveaway some years ago and really enjoyed the couple of hours I played this game the last time it was given away Nov 2017. I purchased it via Steam HERE when it was released on Steam . We've previously been given Farm Frenzy 3: Ice Age (Christmas Day 2016), Farm Frenzy 3 (28th March 2015), Farm Frenzy 3: American Pie (18th July 2015), and Frenzy 2 24th Aug 2014). The following two reviews are a positive and slightly negative look at today's giveaway.

⦁ Bright and colorful visuals
⦁ Simple point-and-click gameplay
⦁ Awards for kicking Farm Frenzy butt!
⦁ Hilarious stickers to collect!
⦁ Learn-as-you-play tutorial

Review 1:
Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season is another solid entry in the critically acclaimed Farm Frenzy franchise. The game’s trademark addicting game play is as good as ever. Fans of the previous installments will feel right at home—and have a hard time turning it off—while newcomers to the franchise will likely be convinced to stick around.
Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season begins with you overlooking a massive landscape of destroyed farmland. You are immediately approached by a woman named Scarlett—who, in her own words, runs the “Farm Association of The World.” She tasks you with rebuilding the beleaguered farmland with the aid of several of your farm animal friends.

The story-line of Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season is by no means the game’s focal point. Rather, the brief story elements between levels help to illuminate various game play mechanics and guide you along as you move from level to level. The game’s characters handle this job well, allowing you to seamlessly learn new facets of the game without taking you out of the experience.

The story plays a minimal role, but does what it needs to: teach you about the game while keeping you immersed in the world.
The graphics in Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season are exactly what you want out of a casual time management game. The bright, colorful artwork is beautiful, and the game’s bouncy cartoon style sets the less-than serious mood wonderfully. Hurricane Season’s animations make the game come to life. I often found myself distracted by the interesting movements of the animals and farm equipment.
All of Hurricane Season’s components fit together effortlessly. You never get the impression that any of them are out of place. The game’s visual cues do an excellent job of letting you know when an aspect of the game needs your attention. Eggs about to spoil will blink rapidly, ambushing bears are preempted by a swelling shadow, and your delivery truck will bounce and puff when it’s ready to go.

The Farm Frenzy series is already known for its wildly addictive gameplay—this addition to the franchise is no different. Fans of the previous installments will feel right at home with the fast-paced clicking spree that you engage in straight out of the gate. You will find yourself frantically scanning the landscape for thieving predators while maintaining your farm and upgrading your equipment—and quickly accepting the next mission as you crave more.

For those who haven’t played any of the series, Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season is one of the more recent releases and is a time-management strategy game that hands you the reins of a small ranch. You are required to gather eggs from the chickens you keep, and use them to produce dozens of products, which you sell—using the profits to upgrade your farm. The game uses these mechanics to create various objectives; produce a certain number of products, or bank a specific amount of cash.

Hurricane Season challenges you with a timing benchmark in the far right corner of the screen. Although you are allowed to complete the levels at any pace you like, I found myself clicking away as fast as I could, trying to finish the missions in record time.
As mentioned before, the game play is wildly addictive. After the game’s initial warm-up levels, the fast-paced style is hard to walk away from. The levels go by quickly, and it’s easy to convince yourself to play just one more.
Boredom is not in the cards. There is more than enough going on at any one time to keep your attention, and I found myself forgetting to breathe at times amidst all the frantic clicking. The game gives you a rush that you want to experience over and over again.
Like its predecessors, the sound effects in Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season are excellent. Egg powder machines swish and swash as they churn eggs into power, your water well bellows a resounding glug-glug after each refill, and the oncoming bears sound convincingly menacing as they storm toward your flock. All of this adds to the feeling that you are part of a living, breathing environment that you want to become immersed inside.
The game falls short in the music department. While time-management games are not known for their brilliant musical scores, Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season could have done well with a little more variety. You will spend most of your time listening to a single, short, country-style musical loop on repeat. It does a good job of setting the cheery mood while not becoming intrusive or distracting. However, it is hard to not feel like you are going insane after an hour of hearing the same thing over and over—and continuing to hear it in your head after you shut the game off.
However, you shouldn’t be too bothered by the music either way, the gameplay will steal the lion’s share of your attention the majority of the time.

Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season is another excellent addition to the already strong Farm Frenzy series. The game promises to keep long-time fans happy, and is sure to help attract new followers to the franchise. Hurricane Season provides a slick package. The game play is a home-run, the graphics are beautiful, and the story line helps to keep the whole thing moving. The less-than polished aspects of the game were unlikely to grab too much of the limelight, even if they were executed well.
Edited reference accessed HERE. Originally posted by Dietrich Neu May/June 2015. Edited and briefly added to by Whiterabbit-uk 14th November 2017.
Review 2:

After Melesta was removed from the production of the classic Farm Frenzy series, things seemed to be going downhill. We can all agree that Farm Frenzy 4 was a total mess, and so we did not expect much from this new installment. Luckily, the developer has now been switched again to Alawar Stargaze – and the standard of Farm Frenzy seems to be returning to normal, if not, acceptably close.

First off, there is nothing special about the story-line in Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season, which is not very unusual for a Time Management game. As for the game play, in some ways, Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season is different from its predecessors. The main mechanics of the game remain the same; you plant grass, feed your animals, process products and sell them to the market. The bears and other intruders are also there for you to capture and sell them off; of course, before they eat your animals and destroy your farm.
Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season does not offer difficulty selection; thus, you have to carefully plan your strategy and manage your time well. However, it is not the end of the world if you run out of the time required to meet the Gold or Silver medal – the level can still be continued.

In this sequel, earning the Gold medal will not only award you with extra money to spend in the shop, but also a very special token. This token can be used in the Slot Machine, which is the main new feature included in this installment. If you are lucky, the slot machine will award you with a range of pretty cool bonuses – many of them are very helpful throughout the levels. We think that this is a very neat idea and it definitely motivates us to win that gold medal.
On the other hand, one change in the game has really annoyed us; the animal inventory bar. In this game, the animal inventory bar at the top is folded up. Therefore, each time you want to buy a new animal, you need to click on the icon for it to unfold – this extra step feels like a big waste of time in an environment where time is scarce.

Moreover, the level of challenge in Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season is satisfying. Although there might not be anything particularly new about the game play, each level is professionally designed in a way that random-clicking will not allow you the gold or silver medal.
On the presentation, the visuals of Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season is million times better than the those in Farm Frenzy 4. The graphics are bright and colorful, with a little bit of pleasant 3D elements. In our opinion, we think that they are still no match for the graphics in the Melesta-era Farm Frenzy games – but they are not awful either. The soundtracks are fine, we did not find the animal sounds too distracting.
Edited reference accessed HERE. Originally posted by All About Casual Games on May 5th 2015. Originally re-posted by Whiterabbit-uk 14th November 2017.

Other Reviews and Videos of Farm Frenzy: Hurricane Season:
You can see Big Fish community reviews of Farm Frenzy Hurricane Season HERE and more information in the Big Fish forums HERE and HERE plus more community reviews HERE. you can also see Steam community feedback HERE. You can see a slideshow of around 40 in game images HERE and there are several in-game videos of game play HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. The last video is from a game trainer. In the comments it tells you where you can find a trainer. You can get a couple of trainers for Hurricane Season from GameCopy World HERE. I have used the site for over a decade to download patches, mods, maps and other extra content for various games I've played as far back as 2005. The site is not suitable for children or young teenagers because for the past few years they have added some inappropriate adverts; for example, scantily clad women and erotic CosPlay adverts, but these are not in your face adverts. I've never had an issue downloading from this site, but I've only ever used the download links and not clicked on any of the adverts, so cannot say whether any of those are safe or unsafe. To be on the safe side download using your VM (virtual machine) if you use one for example VMWare Player, Oracle VM Virtual box, Windows Virtual PC, VMWare fusion, Virtual Box, (some are free others require a license).
I've always enjoyed playing these Farm Frenzy games even though I profess to not liking Time Management games. Apart from a few other TM games, they are the only TM games I seem to like. This one is no exception. The game play is reasonably paced, with varying levels of skill catered for. There's lots of replayability, especially if you want to gain all gold stars . The graphic is great for all the family, even the young ones, though they will probably require adult supervision in case the attacking animals such as the bears and foxes scare them. I do think Alawar stretched the series to its limits with 14 games in the franchise, the last one being released in 2015; basically milking it for all it was worth IMO. I beta tested the first three and loved them, but did find later ones were becoming a little stale, but that was when I was playing the franchise regularly some years ago; (I played the last Farm Frenzy giveaway 'Ice Age'). I have thoroughly enjoyed the few hours I've put into Hurricane Season. I previously purchased it via Steam when it was released on Steam 1st April 2015 and highly recommend it to anyone who loves TM games and even to those who don't as it's not like your typical TM games like those shop types (Burger Kingdom, Amelia's Cafe 1-4, Cake Shop 1-3, Coffee Rush 1-4,) and builder types (Weather Lord and Rescue Team franchises) that I really abhor (perhaps that's too strong a word, lol). I'd give this game a good 8.75 out of 10 for game play. The only reason I don't give it full marks is because of the previous 12 titles, all of which are similar in structure and game play apart from the addition of the slot machine that awards bonuses.



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Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  8 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)


Please stay safe everyone.

I hope all who are self isolating are not going stir crazy. Thankfully I've always found things to do and apart from when I was on guard duty while serving in the armed forces back in the 70's, cannot ever remember being bored.

To those who still have to leave home for essential work, my hopes and respect go with you and to those who are suffering due to this crisis, I hope you weather the storm safely

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  8 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+37)


Stay safe too. For me nothing changed as I work in building material delivery (concrete, gravel, sand etc.). It's the only thing still working mostly like normal here and it will stay this way cause at least one industry which doesn't need financial support. They want us in the office and I am glad. Hubby is at home all the time. I have no other contacts these days then hubby and 3 of my co-workers plus the cashier at grocery shopping. Which doesn't differ much from my normal life. I only see more co-workers normally.

Reply   |   Comment by Anu  –  8 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

1 year = Trialware never ever!

Reply   |   Comment by Lesder  –  8 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)


I think you've got the wrong giveaway. This is a full version game that does not have any limitations on it. i.e. it is not trialware.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  7 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

A little bit more help would have been, um, helpful.
I started level 2, and noticed I only had 90 coins - how am I supposed to even buy a chicken? Did I spend too much on level 1? So I went back and redid level 1, saw it restarted me with 520 (good), and this time ending with 189 or some such. Still only had 90 coins to start on L2. Decided it must remember the previous bad score on L1. Out to the main menu to reset everything. Still only 90 coins on L2. Must be a constant start for each level. In previous times I had started to build a cage around the ferrets, and noticed it slowed them down, and thought that was the only reason. On about the 4 or 5th - and very close to the last - I clicked a few more times on the cage - and finally found that when you complete the cage, you can sell it.
I was pretty close to tossing it in.

After finally figuring that out - it's been better. No other complaints or suggestions yet.

Reply   |   Comment by dave6d6ky  –  8 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Not sure how well this game is going to work. But it is taking a very long time to download. (10 minutes +)

Reply   |   Comment by Stephen Herring  –  8 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Great game! I'm very glad to get it for free!

Check other game giveaways at http://www.gamehitzone.com/game-giveaways/ , there are new giveaways added every day from video game stores like Steam, UPlay, Epic Games Store, GOG.com etc.

Reply   |   Comment by Machi  –  8 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
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