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Posted 29 August 2012 - 05:25 AM

Macgamestore.com has added RuneSoft's Farm Girl at the Nile to its growing list of game titles available for purchase. The simulation challenges players to assist Farm Girl in her new quest to build a farm along the fabled waters of the Nile.

Farm Girl is well known for her "green thumb". Everything she planted on her farm grows and thrives. But now there is a new challenge: Building a farm along the Nile!

Establish a farm at the edge of the pyramids! Completely new conditions require completely new management on the farm under the Egyptian's sun. You need to adapt your manufacturing and your offerings to the current marketing situation how about growing papyrus or an ostrich farm? Sandstorms, water shortages or annoying crocodiles from the Nile shouldn't prevent you from building up a premiere farm.

Don't just watch your current facilities, invest in new technologies, too.

Farm Girl at the Nile requires Mac OS X 10.6 or later and is availabe now for $9.95 (USD).
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Posted 29 August 2012 - 08:05 AM

OK, normally I don't nit pick spelling and grammar but criminy, this short RuneSoft writeup is over the top like English is a sloppy second language.  "Pyramides"?  "Egyptian's sun"? "You need to adept your manufacture"  "Don't just watch about your current facilities"  I mean... WHAT??
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Posted 29 August 2012 - 09:42 AM

View Postthe Battle Cat, on 29 August 2012 - 08:05 AM, said:

OK, normally I don't nit pick spelling and grammar but criminy, this short RuneSoft writeup is over the top like English is a sloppy second language.  "Pyramides"?  "Egyptian's sun"? "You need to adept your manufacture"  "Don't just watch about your current facilities"  I mean... WHAT??

You're telling me! Google translate can't even make heads or tails of it! <g>

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