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Speed Leveling For New FarmVille Game Players

Speed Leveling For New FarmVille Game Players

Casual FarmVille players and FarmVille addicts are all searching for the best ways to maximize their playtime and level up faster. With all the various aspects involved in the game it is not surprising that new players are confused and are stuck on the lower levels. I have put together some speed leveling tips for new FarmVille players but they can help people at all levels. 

Leveling not only opens up new aspects of the game it brings in the most valued of all FarmVille items – Farm Cash. If you are looking for the way to move up the levels in the FarmVille game then these Speed Leveling tips aimed at the new FarmVille player should give you a good boost. 

For Speed Leveling You Need Lots Of Neighbors

Farmville is of course all about getting neighbors, after all this game was designed with Facebook in mind and Facebook is all about social networking.

Once you realize the importance of finding more neighbors, you will find that you will start speeding up the levels. Really if you think about it, it is not hard to get as many neighbors as you need. After all everyone is looking to add you as a friend because, they too need neighbors. Just hang out in FarmVille forums and you will soon find hundreds of posts from FarmVille players wanting to become your neighbor.

If you worried about all these new neighbors checking out your Facebook or MySpace profile then make sure, you change your privacy settings for your FarmVille friends.

Crops Mix It Up Strategy 

It can be hard to figure out if you should be spending time on crops that give lots of XP or crops that earn the coins. Many new players make the mistake of not focusing on crops that earn what you need. The best way to max out on both is to alternate each day. 

For example if you are trying to earn coins, then Super Berries would be your best choice.

They sell for 100 coins and harvest in two hours – they only catch is that they are rare. 

All berries are great for leveling. You generally get 288 EXP on a 12×12 farm every four hours. 

Do not get stuck trying to work out which crops to plant and harvest, instead work out your game playtime and alternate between max coin and XP crops. 

What About The Rest Of Your Farm 

It is easy to get so involved in planting and harvesting that you run out of time to earn from the rest of your farm. 

Rabbits, ducks, goats, horses, and the rest of the animals can give you a nice stack of coins.

Then there are the trees like banana and pomegranate that are all big earners. Ask your neighbors for gifts and start building your tree and animals up.

I cannot stress enough about asking neighbors for gifts – they will send them especially if you return the favor.

Tip for extra FarmVille XP’s 

  • If you can afford to buy hay bales, buy as many as you can.
  • They give you 5 XP each.
  • When you run out of storage space for the hay bales, then sell them
  • Then buy more. Sounds crazy but it gets you XP so try it. 

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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.

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FarmVille Facebook Fuel and Equipment worth it?

FarmVille Facebook Fuel and Equipment worth it?

Tractors, Harvesters, And Seeders Who Needs Them?

When you take into account the cost of FarmVille fuel to run the tractors, Harvesters and Seeders many players are wondering it is worth getting them.

When you first start playing FarmVille, you will have no choice but to plant, harvest, and plow by hand. As your farm grows and you move up to new levels, however, you will have the opportunity to purchase some farm equipment to make it possible for you to get your farm chores done more efficiently. This certainly sounds like a sensible thing to do, but before you rush out and buy all of the available equipment (harvester, seeder, and plower), it is a good idea to sit down and figure out if all of these items are really worth the cost in the long run.

Basic Purchase Price

The first thing to remember is that farm machinery does not come cheap. Each of the pieces of equipment available to you will run you 30,000 coins. That is a considerable chunk of change, and you will want to make sure that buying a seeder, for example, does not leave you with no money left to buy the seeds you want to plant with it.

In addition, you are probably not going to be able to buy all three machines at once (for reasons of cost and because they are unlocked at different levels). Because of this, though, it is a good idea to take into account, which machines you will actually use the most and get that one first.

Think which chore you find the most boring to do by hand – I like the harvester because for me that was the most boring to sit and click.

There is nothing wrong with buying these vehicles as long as you are going to get a good amount of use out of them and have room to store them.

Fuel Costs Can Add Up

Another thing you will have to keep in mind when you are contemplating the purchase of some heavy farm equipment is that the purchase price is not necessarily the whole cost of the machine. Depending on the size of your farm, you will use up your fuel quickly with these heavy machines – especially if you have more than one.

All your equipment will use the fuel from your one tank!

Be aware that your one tank of fuel is enough to harvest approximately 150 plots. That is not for each piece of equipment but shared by all of them.

If your farm is bigger than what your equipment can cover on one tank of fuel, then, you will have to consider the benefits of purchasing fuel refills. These refills are available in several sizes, ranging from a single tank to 50 of them, but you can only pay for them with Farm Cash. And because this particular type of currency can be pretty hard to come by, those refills get expensive awfully quickly. You can of course pay out real cash for them.

You also need to be aware that currently the fuel refills are a one time use – they do not fill up again so once you have used the fuel they are gone. You will still have your main fuel tank that will refill.

Of course, you can always wait for your tank to fill up again on its own. That does not cost you anything. They take approximately 6 hours to fill up from empty.

However, if you are trying to care for a large farm, you may quickly become frustrated waiting for your fuel to accumulate before you can use your farm equipment again.

Fuel is also available in those wonderful mystery golden eggs – encourage your friends and neighbors to send you gifts.

Staggered Plantings Can help Save Fuel

One way around this is to plant a variety of crops that all mature at different rates. That way, you will never have to plow, plant, and harvest your whole farm at once. As long as you give your machines enough time between usages to refuel naturally, you will never have to spend a dime on gas. The only trick to this system is making sure that you are not missing out on using them when you’d like to just because you don’t have any gas. Moreover, the best way to make sure that does not happen is to plan your plantings well.

My advice is if you have room and the cash to buy the tractors, seeders and harvesters then go for it. They can save you a lot of time and clicking. Just make sure that you time the usage so that you do not run out of fuel.

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