Turn a town into a metropolis
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Township is a casual farming and city-building game developed and launched on multiple platforms by Playrix. The object is to develop a starter town by building factories, harvesting crops, and creating goods.


Township is a unique blend of city-building and farming! Are you ready to become a farmer and city manager to build your dream? Let’s get started!

How to play

The gameplay is built upon farming and production puzzle cores and casual order board games. At the initial levels, players are assisted by a character named Ernie who gives them brief tutorials.


Build your dream town! Harvest crops at the farms, process them at your facilities and sell goods to develop your town. Trade with exotic countries. Open restaurants, cinemas, and other community buildings to give life in your town a special flavor. Explore the mine to get resources and find ancient artifacts. Run your own zoo and collect animals from around the world.


● Different buildings and decorations you can use to create your dream town
● Various crops to grow and later process at your factories
● Fun, charismatic townspeople with orders you need to fill
● Your town's mine is packed with ancient artifacts to discover and collect
● Lovely animals to take care of
● Farms to manage and expand
● Exotic goods brought from islands
● A zoo to build where you can even breed animals
● Country flags and famous landmarks you can use to decorate your towns, like the Statue of Liberty, Big Ben, and many more!
● Play with your Facebook and Google friends, make new friends in the game community create your own clans!


Township is free to play, though some in-game items can also be purchased for real money.

Editors' Review

Township ©Copyright by Gamdise Do not Reproduce. By JoJo


Township is an agricultural and town-building game. The goal is to select buildings and structures, harvest resources, and further develop the town to increase the population. The skills required to play the application include problem-solving and fine motor skills. To play the game, players need to allow Township access to photos, media, and files on their devices. If the player denies access, the app will automatically close. Players must then sign in through their Gmail/Google account. Now I know there are a lot of similar games out there, and they are fine and flawless. That said, Township is the best game of its kind I've played in a long time, a well-designed, beautiful farming/township simulator with plenty of options and steady progress.


Players will first receive a short tutorial with text describing that this is the player's "first-day taking care of the township". It describes the township as having its own resources, helipad, train station, etc. The player is then given a view of large farmland and shown how to sow wheat and feed cows by a character named Ernie. The process of feeding the cows can take up to 20 minutes to produce milk, or it can happen immediately by using green bills, the in-game currency. As players collect these items, they will see an "upgrade" pop-up screen indicating their reward (in the form of gold coins and green bills).


The player then continues to create and produce resources and build larger structures in this way to help the town function (e.g. bakeries, feed mills, dairies, etc.). Building these structures cost in-game gold, and building more complex items costs more. Each building takes a different amount of time to build, but this can be accelerated by using notes in the game. Players earn points in their experience bar when they create buildings or collect resources.


Township's city-building mechanics differ from traditional games in the genre. Layout and planning have a minimal impact on the outcome, allowing players to focus primarily on the maintenance aspect. They can use different categories of buildings - houses, community and agricultural buildings, factories, ornaments, and special buildings. Community buildings and houses have the most significant impact on town development strategies. They are needed to increase the population cap, which is necessary to build factories and expand the territory. Barns set the capacity of all items that the player can store and can be renewed by collecting enough building materials from the train or by special barn upgrade tickets.


You start a town game with a relatively stable starting town and arable land where you can grow crops. You start with wheat, but eventually, you can grow other staples such as cotton and sugar cane. You start the game with 10 plots and must unlock more plots by increasing the town's population. This involves managing the happiness level of your citizens, which determines how many people can live in your town. You can make your citizens happy by building decorations and certain types of buildings. Once they are happy enough, you can increase the population by building houses.


Players can design their town with over 200 available decorations, not including those available at certain holiday-limited events! Default/in-game decorations include park designs, plants, yachts or ships, and even buildings such as castles, the Taj Mahal, or the Empire State Building. On top of that, there are colorful houses and community buildings such as amusement park rides, greenhouses, and planetariums. Even more interesting are their contests and events planned according to the occasion or holiday, such as Christmas, Easter and so on, and of course, the prizes associated with them that can keep you fascinated and addicted.


In addition, integrated mini-games allow viewers to tackle new casual and ultra-casual challenges outside of the town layout. For example, Playrix includes the time management cooking simulation game "Italian Week" or the puzzle trivial game "Color Splash". The typical campaign lasts for 7-10 days, non-consecutively. Each mini-game has its own progression loop to motivate players to compete on the leaderboard. Another good thing is that it encourages players to interact with other players, sort of like town-to-town help, not only to make your life easier by completing orders but also to earn bonus goodies.


Graphically, although the game is not 3D or anything fancy like that, it has a bright and friendly look, without any other games being rehashed. The animations are good and everything is very detailed and enjoyable. It also ran very well during testing, even on low-powered machines.


What's quite striking about Playrix's Township is that it doesn't look or feel like any other city-building game currently available on Facebook. What sets towns apart is a mechanic that ties the size and prosperity of the user's town to economic factors like agriculture, industry, and trade. For the music: well, it complements the game. There's nothing fancy or "stressful" to keep you from focusing on the game. And if you want your favorite music to play in the background, you can choose to mute only the game's soundtrack without affecting the sound effects.


Overall, I think Township is still an excellent game that offers a strong sense of progression, well-designed missions, and extremely satisfying visuals. As I said, you can be as creative as you want with your town. But you really need patience, especially when you're just starting, considering that developing a town isn't that simple and can't be done overnight. If you can avoid this little obstacle, I would definitely recommend this game to you.


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