My Free Farm 2

  • Decorations that are impactful providing additional usage over visual customisation
  • Beautiful game graphics that help My Free Farm 2 stand out in the mobile arena
  • On the heavy handed side of premium currency expenditure with it closely tied to farm expansion which limits level progression severely

Farm until your hearts content in My Free Farm 2 the sequel to Upjer’s popular farming simulation game that expands on the original with improved graphics, more items and an expanded list of farmyard crops. Opting to make itself available across browser, PC (via Steam), iOS and Android you’ll be able to enjoy the experience regardless of platform and joins the genre with hundreds if not thousands of free multi-platform farming simulation games on the market.


Like its predecessor you’ll find the game world of My Free Farm 2 to be a colourful affair with some enhancements as you take care of your crops, choose from a wide range of decorations, care for animals and other farm activities. Particular attention has been placed on shifting the game to a mobile priority experience and shows up in places such as the menu and general view scale to ensure those on smaller devices are not disadvantaged and can still get a full picture of their farm.

While otherwise similar in design to other farming titles for mobile My Free Farm 2 has a great sense of quality in all game elements and goes a step further by trying to innovate where possible to separate itself from the generic options. In My Free Farm 2 this means giving farm decorations a purpose by linking them to farm expansions rather than just being an avenue to sink funds for some visual eye candy.


Your My Free Farm 2 adventure begins as soon as you open up your game app with players instantly greeted by their helpful farm hand where you’ll learn the basics of harvesting from your plot of land, using your harvest to fulfil customer orders and placing decorations within your farm area. Players are also taught the basics of completing quests, upgrading buildings and turning basic farm grown produce into higher values of goods.

This constant upgrade cycle continues in traditional fashion with players completing short quests for visitors that come to visit their farm, filling customer orders and ultimately gaining levels which unlock additional content to keep the cycle flowing. With dozens of resource producing fields, trees and buildings paired up with various animals, decorations and refining buildings the wealth of content is one of the best in the genre with plenty of unlocks that extend to level 80 and beyond.


In order to reach these higher levels though players will need to constantly expand their available farmland which is heavily reliant on the premium currency of diamonds. While these are handed out to players at a regular interval there is no doubt a significant time investment to acquire them in mass at the higher game levels and while My Free Farm 2 is not unique in this regard it does feel slightly heavy handed when compared to other titles with such mechanics.


  • Develop your own thriving farm of crops, animals, buildings and decorations.
  • Raise and optimise your crops or animals to complete quests for visitors and progress.
  • Transform your basic products into high demand produce for extra revenue.
  • Over 100 levels of items to unlock and expand your farm with.
  • Build decorations for tangible farm benefits beyond visual appearance.



Review Platform: PC

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Samuel Franklin
Samuel Franklin is the founder and lead editor of the Games Finder team and enjoys video games across all genres and platforms. He has worked in the gaming industry since 2008 amassing over 3 million views on YouTube and 10 million article views on HubPages.

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