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Using the touch screen, players can pick up their animals and interact with them one-on-one, manage an array of crazy farming machines and erect buildings.  They can even shake fruit from the trees with the all-new GamePad gyroscope.

It won't take long for gamers to become immersed in their growing farm as they also manage livestock, crop fields, and a wide variety of unique farm machines. In such an open farming world, gamers can focus on the aspects of farming they find to be the most fun.
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