Hay Day the Simple yet Addicting Game on Android and IOS

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Hay Day is nothing new for those people or should I say those who were familiar with mobile gaming, simulation games, or those who have been following Supercell’s journey especially with how they became a multi-billion company. This game has gotten into the stardom among its competition. Yes, it is true that it is just a simple game. By simple, it basically is a farming simulation game. It does not have a realistic graphics and the gameplay is quite repetitive at times.

How in the world did SuperCell made Hay Day into the game it is today? Well, simple. The game is addictive in the sense that it has those features that were not present with its competition. It has social features that makes playing quite challenging and at the same time fun especially when dealing with friends – playing competition or playing together with them.

Another thing that makes this game interesting among teens and even those who are adults is the fact that it does not require any payment. Yes, it is free – free to download and free to play. Well, basically that what makes this game easily accessible among the players around the world. You can simply go to the respective playstore of your smartphone or tablet – Google Play or Apple Appstore – and search for Hay Day, and install. The game, however, has this called premium currency that may require gamers to pay for it, but it does not mean that those who will not pay for it will not enjoy the full benefits of the game. They still will, but with the “waiting game” that can be frustrating at times. Now, you can read this article found here if you want to add more diamonds to your Hay Day account for free.

Perhaps the most important thing on this game is the fact that it is constantly updated. SuperCell has done a good job of listening to its player base and making it a habit of fixing and patching the things that can make the game undesirable and putting up something that can make the players happy. This has been a trait of SuperCell even with its other games like Clash of Clans and Boom Beach. No wonder, the company is really harvesting the fruits of its labor.

Hay Day is a worth while game, as long as its players will play in moderation. Otherwise, the game can be very addicting and disrupt social functions among its players. So, if you ever decide to download and play the game, play it wisely.