Hay Day is currently the most popular and popular farm game on mobile devices. Hay Day’s gameplay is similar to other fun farm games like FarmVille, Farm Frenzy, Farm Story, etc. and is developed on a sharp graphics platform, extremely eye-catching. We would like to introduce readers a brief tutorial on how to play Hay Day game on mobile so that new players can experience Hay Day easily and quickly!
Players should note, Hay Day is an online farm game. Your smartphone or tablet needs a 3G connection or a WiFi network while playing. Because it is an online game, Hay Day’s capacity is also smaller than many other farm games, does not consume much equipment resources and affects access speed.
Instructions for playing Hay Day game
The first lesson on the Happy Day farm is how to collect chicken eggs. Chickens are also the first friends that players own in Hay Day. The operation is simple, at the chicken coop, hold and drag the basket on each chicken to get eggs. When chickens are hungry, they will “plague” on the ground, hold and then drag the chicken food symbol (next to the egg basket) on each chicken to feed them and have the power to lay eggs for us to harvest again. Initially, you will be given a few chickens to raise capital. Want to increase this number, visit the online store in the lower-left corner, drag each chicken from the shop to the barn to buy them.
Your farm will often welcome visitors, whether it be farmers, neighbors, or a new friend. Touch these characters to see what they say.
The first guest of Hay Day will ask you to name the farm. Usually, this will be your default username in Game Center, but you can change it as you like.
To buy anything for the farm, from poultry like chicken, cow, pig, sheep, goat, bee, watchdog, cat, horse, rabbit, donkey, etc. to the barn, Fences, trees, buildings, decorations, etc. You can access Hay Day’s online store in the lower-left corner of the game screen. Items are sold in gold and are limited to individual levels. Others will be unlocked at higher levels, so don’t be impatient if they’re not ready for you to buy.Read More