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FarmVille Game Leveling Tips for the Higher Levels

FarmVille Game Leveling Tips for the Higher Levels  

Time to move up the levels in FarmVille

In the beginning, it is just so easy to rack up enough experience points to be able to move to the next level in FarmVille. It takes so little points to advance during the first phases of the game, and it seems like everything you do will garner you those points. You will even earn points without trying at this stage because you are doing everything that you can to build you farm up as quickly as possible.  

Once you get up to the higher levels though, the experience point gaps between levels get larger and the small bonuses you get for helping your neighbors, as well as planting and plowing your fields are no longer enough to allow you to advance quickly. There are things you can do however, to make it easier for you to move up.

Time to Build, Build, Build….. 

Since you probably have a pretty substantial farm, and thus a substantial and stable stream of income, you should have plenty of coins on hand. If this is the case, you will actually be able to “buy” your way to the higher levels by purchasing buildings and other items. All of the items you buy will give you experience points, and buildings will provide you with the most by far.  

Of course, you can only fit so many buildings on your farm at once. However, as long as you have enough coins on hand, you can keep buying buildings and other items and then selling them at a reduced rate. You will certainly lose quite a bit of money on the deal, but you will gain a ton of experience points. Once money is no longer an issue for you, this will be an ideal way to build up experience points quickly. 

You Need To Re-evaluate Your Crops….. 

Early in the game, you will most likely be choosing crops that help you earn coins quickly. When you are trying to advance to the higher levels of game play though, it will be a good idea to re-evaluate your crop selection. Shifting your emphasis from cash crops to crops that yield the most experience points per planting and per hour will have a significant impact on your ability to advance quickly.  

Often this means going with the crops that take only one day to grow. That’s because these crops yield two experience points per planting, and only take the minimum amount of time to grow for that level of experience earning potential. There are certainly other crops that offer the same experience bonuses, but they take longer to grow and so they don’t allow you to accumulate experience points as quickly. 

Another option for seeds that may help you level up quickly is strawberries and blueberries. They only take four hours to grow, meaning that they only yield one experience point per growing cycle. But since the short growing time allows you to harvest and replant quickly, you will have the potential to earn two experience points per plot of land every four hours – as long as you can get back to harvest them on time, which is key! Don’t forget to utilize your neighbors to get as many of your crops fertilized as you can on a regular basis.

There are so many options in the FarmVille game and hundreds of people are now turning to the FarmVille Secrets Cheat guide for answers.

We tested FarmVille Secrets in the game to see how it stacked up. Take a look at our review and find out how it did.  


How To Speed Level Up In The Farm Town Game

How To Speed Level Up In The Farm Town Game

Tips for the Farm Town Game

Farm Town is rapidly becoming a social networking gaming sensation, and there are plenty of reasons for this. With so many options for game play, Farm Town is a pass time that never gets old. However, it also means that you can fall behind if you are not careful. You will want to move up the levels correctly and as fast as possible.

Getting Ahead

On the surface, Farm Town is not hard to play, but there are a few tips and tricks you may want to try to help you level up quickly. The higher the level you reach, the more options will be available to you in every aspect of game play, so it’s a good idea to make a point early of applying your energy to accumulating experience points so that you can reach those higher levels more quickly. This is quite doable, but you need to know how to go about it if you are going to be able to do it successfully.

Work, Work, Work and then work some more

Of course, you already know that you level up by accumulating experience points, and there are a few ways to earn these experience points. You can certainly get them by doing all of the normal farm chores, both on your farm and on those of your friends and neighbors. But at a certain point, your ability to continue to rack up the points is limited.

You can only work for each of your friends once a day, and once all your land has been harvested, plowed, and replanted, there is not much that you can do except wait until it is time to do it all over again. In the early stages of game play, it is easy to level up and you can usually get all the experience you need from working your farm and those of your neighbors (depending on how many neighbors you have too). But as you get to the higher levels, you’ll need to make greater and greater leaps in your experience point totals to move up, and that means employing a bit of a different strategy if you want to be successful.

Buy Your Way Up

The best way to grab up some big chunks of experience points early is to buy some decorations and other items for your farm. These purchases reward chunks of experience points that generally correspond in size to the cost of the item – the more expensive the item, the greater the experience bonus.

When you are first starting out in the game and trying to establish your farm, you do not have a lot of loose cash to throw around, so buying up a bunch of items isn’t really a practical option. Once you have a good stash of coins and a steady flow coming in, though, you can start using them to buy your way to the higher levels of the game.

This is really the most effective and efficient way of leveling up quickly when you are playing Farm Town. In addition, it does make sense too. After all, what do you have coins for anyway if not to buy the things you want to personalize your farm and really make it your own.

Farm Town coins are of great value in this game, you need to earn as many as possible.

There is a new guide for the Farm Town game called Farm Town Secrets and it also includes a Farm Town Cash report. We reviewed it and used it on our game and found that we were really moving up the levels quicker but best of all getting lots of cash. Read our review here : and see what you think. It is much easier to have all the cheats and tips in one place!

FarmVille Crop Tips How Are Your Artichokes?

FarmVille Crop Tips How Are Your Artichokes?


When you’re playing FarmVille, it’s fun to experiment with different crops and planting patterns. And since you’ll always be selling crops for more than you paid for the seeds, you’ll always be making money. You won’t always be making a lot, though. The crops that sell for a lot can often cost a lot as well. If you’re not careful about what you plant, you won’t be able to save up for those other decorations and buildings you’ve been looking forward to buying. There are several different factors that contribute to the profitability and desirability of a particular crop, and it’s a good idea to keep these in mind when you’re making your planting decisions.

 Investment Return

One important element to take into consideration when deciding what type of crops to plant is how much of a difference there is between the seed price and the price your harvest will fetch at the market. Some crops, like soybeans, will get you back more than 4 times your initial investment, while others will return less than 2. It’s obviously more advantageous to get the most back when you can, but there are other factors to consider as well.

 Earnings Per Hour

Since different types of crops take different amounts of time to grow, they’ll be earning you different amounts of coins per hour. If you want to get the most out of your plowed land, you’ll want to make sure you’re planting the crops that will earn you the most each hour.

 It’s nice to harvest a crop like artichokes, which sell for over 200 coins per plot of cultivated land. But it takes 4 days for these plants to mature, so your earnings per hour is not very high. Raspberries, on the other hand, will get you over 40 coins every 2 hours. This will give you a handsome benefit with a quick turnaround time, and the opportunity to replant and make more money quickly.


 Of course, planting a crop like raspberries won’t make you much money if you can’t get back to your farm in time to harvest them. Since these plants mature so quickly, they also wither quickly, and you’ll only lose money if you plant them and then don’t check on your farm for a day. While the earning potential and investment return of crops is always important, it’s also important to make sure your farm’s planting and harvesting needs are adaptable to your schedule.

Crops in FarmVille wither at the same rate that they mature. This means that a crop like raspberries that matures in 2 hours will wither 2 hours after that. Something like artichokes, on the other hand, will not wither for 8 days from the time you plant them.

Deciding which crops to plant doesn’t have to be an overly complicated decision. It’s good to put some thought into it, though, if you want your farm to prosper and grow. You’ll have a much more enjoyable farming experience if you make informed and reasonable decisions about which crops to plant when.

FarmVille Strategy Guide

Farmville is fast becoming one of the most played games on Facebook with Millions of people playing. Many of them are struggling to get further, watching their plants die, trying to earn more cash and dreaming of villas.

This week a new guide hit the farming community and is proving to be an amazing help for those struggling with the FarmVille game. The guide is clearly written by someone who knows what he is talking about and we gave it to our gamers to see if it helped them.

How did it do? See our review at and find out if it would help your farm.