Township is a farming and town development strategy game published by Playrix. The game puts the player in the position of a city planner. As with other apps of the genre, building and growing takes place in square plots. Township can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play Store. Township features in-app purchases and advertising, and is suitable for children 4 and older, but may be more suitable for children 12 and older. As an urban strategy game, it's perfect for the whole family, and you can take your kids to the challenge of this mobile game about everything from planting and harvesting to processing and distribution, and experience what it's like to keep a real town going while still running. Try to keep residents happy.
The Township app functions much like a mixture of building games, where you and your kids are laid out in a familiar grid system, with a farm area where you grow crops and feed animals, which are then processed and distributed. You and your children must build and nurture a thriving town, while keeping the residents happy and working to nurture a rapidly growing population.
Township functions much like a hybrid of construction games, with players laid out in a familiar grid system, with a farm area where they grow crops and feed animals, which are then processed and distributed. Every time you and your kids’ complete actions such as planting crops, harvesting, distributing, etc., you will receive cash, in-game currency. However, farmland is only part of the township game. In Township, as players, you are the planners, aiming to make their town profitable and able to develop and expand its inhabitants and products. As you and your kids build and tend the farm, you also must keep the townspeople happy, which means fulfilling customer orders, building new buildings, and adding decorative elements to the town. You and your kids can add everything from the Statue of Liberty to the Ferris Wheel and Carnival District to keep townspeople happy in their town.
Township is free to download but has both ads and in-app purchases. When you and your kids earn game currency as they play, they could spend that cash to acquire materials and speed up the building and expansion process. Speeding up the game and leveling up can cost parents a lot of in-game currency, which is why many parents find their children buying extra in-game currency with their own real money. Township's in-app purchases range from $1.99 to $39.99. Additionally, Township rewards players with in-game cash for watching in-app video ads, which typically involve apps and downloads that take users off the platform. It is important for parents to understand the community aspect of gaming. Your kids can add friends through Facebook or Google+, allowing them to combine resources, as well as allowing transactions and gifts between communities.
Overall, Township is a fun but time-consuming and educational game with great graphics, and your kids will benefit from a simplified version of commercial farming, as well as the components that combine planning, building, and expanding a town. Games are safe for your child to play, but parents want to make sure there are in-app purchase restrictions on your child's device. Avoid unnecessary extra expenses.
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