Veggie Patch

Veggie Patch is a farming sim game originally created for GMC Jam 3.  It has been updated and upgraded - particularly to graphics - and you can play now in HTML5 on any device.  The aim of the game is to grow vegetables in your veggie patch across the year and make as much money as possible.  In order to be successful, you will need to earn enough money to unlock new veg, learn when different veg will grow through the year, keep your veg well watered and stop the snails eating everything!  Each year different veg are in demand and this affects their market price!
GET IN TOUCH EMAIL:  contact@michael-bateman.com

Credits

Veggie Patch was programmed and developed by me, Michael Bateman.  Graphics were created by me and Steve Simpson.  Audio was created by me and the following sound files used with licence under Creative Commons by attribution: 1. "Bama Country" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 2. Various sound effects from NoiseForFun.com 3. Sound effect from http://www.freesfx.co.uk 
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Instructions

The instructions are included in the game, but in case you forgot to read them, here they are in a little more detail. 1: The aim of the game is to grow vegetables and make money 2: Select which veg you would like to grow and then choose a patch to grow them in 3: When you are ready, harvest the veg you have grown 4: Different veg like to grow at different times and at different rates throughout the year.  So choose wisely when to plant and when to harvest 5: Watering the veg makes them grow more quickly 6: If you have a snail in your veg patch, treat it with pesticide to remove it or simply harvest the patch early.  Be quick though as they will soon eat through the entire patch 7: If you move past the season for the veg you have planted, it will start to die.  So keep an eye on them and if they start to disappear, harvest them quickly 8: Good luck! Still confused as to what to do?  Please get in contact and let me know!

Veggie Patch

Veggie Patch is a farming sim game originally created for GMC Jam 3.  It has been updated and upgraded - particularly to graphics - and you can play now in HTML5 on any device.  The aim of the game is to grow vegetables in your veggie patch across the year and make as much money as possible.  In order to be successful, you will need to earn enough money to unlock new veg, learn when different veg will grow through the year, keep your veg well watered and stop the snails eating everything!  Each year different veg are in demand and this affects their market price!
GET IN TOUCH EMAIL:  contact@michael-bateman.com

Credits

Veggie Patch was programmed and developed by me, Michael Bateman.  Graphics were created by me and Steve Simpson.  Audio was created by me and the following sound files used with licence under Creative Commons by attribution: 1. "Bama Country" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 2. Various sound effects from NoiseForFun.com 3. Sound effect from http://www.freesfx.co.uk 
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Instructions

The instructions are included in the game, but in case you forgot to read them, here they are in a little more detail. 1: The aim of the game is to grow vegetables and make money 2: Select which veg you would like to grow and then choose a patch to grow them in 3: When you are ready, harvest the veg you have grown 4: Different veg like to grow at different times and at different rates throughout the year.  So choose wisely when to plant and when to harvest 5: Watering the veg makes them grow more quickly 6: If you have a snail in your veg patch, treat it with pesticide to remove it or simply harvest the patch early.  Be quick though as they will soon eat through the entire patch 7: If you move past the season for the veg you have planted, it will start to die.  So keep an eye on them and if they start to disappear, harvest them quickly 8: Good luck! Still confused as to what to do?  Please get in contact and let me know!

Veggie Patch

Veggie Patch is a farming sim game originally created for GMC Jam 3.  It has been updated and upgraded - particularly to graphics - and you can play now in HTML5 on any device.  The aim of the game is to grow vegetables in your veggie patch across the year and make as much money as possible.  In order to be successful, you will need to earn enough money to unlock new veg, learn when different veg will grow through the year, keep your veg well watered and stop the snails eating everything!  Each year different veg are in demand and this affects their market price!
GET IN TOUCH EMAIL:  contact@michael-bateman.com
PLAY NOW

Credits

Veggie Patch was programmed and developed by me, Michael Bateman.  Graphics were created by me and Steve Simpson.  Audio was created by me and the following sound files used with licence under Creative Commons by attribution: 1. "Bama Country" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ 2. Various sound effects from NoiseForFun.com 3. Sound effect from http://www.freesfx.co.uk 

Instructions

The instructions are included in the game, but in case you forgot to read them, here they are in a little more detail. 1: The aim of the game is to grow vegetables and make money 2: Select which veg you would like to grow and then choose a patch to grow them in 3: When you are ready, harvest the veg you have grown 4: Different veg like to grow at different times and at different rates throughout the year.  So choose wisely when to plant and when to harvest 5: Watering the veg makes them grow more quickly 6: If you have a snail in your veg patch, treat it with pesticide to remove it or simply harvest the patch early.  Be quick though as they will soon eat through the entire patch 7: If you move past the season for the veg you have planted, it will start to die.  So keep an eye on them and if they start to disappear, harvest them quickly 8: Good luck! Still confused as to what to do?  Please get in contact and let me know!