Toadwater is a competitive farming game that takes place on a huge world. Players can plant trees, grow crops, lasso other players, lure birds under their command, along with many other activities.
|Post Date: 20:33 03-11-2013
Comment: Fun game to play occasionally everyday. Can be really addicting at times. The graphics really suck but there quite a few updates meaning there is always something new to do.
|Post Date: 19:12 12-10-2012
Comment: I think this game was pretty dull.. It was just boring. Not fun for me at all. Might be fun for some people though, unfortunately, I wasn’t one of those people. I don’t know if this is a game worth trying or not. Depends on what kind of gamer you are.
|Post Date: 02:19 17-10-2011
Comment: Quite a fun game, although it does get grindy at times. Very enjoyable, and also able to be played in the background quite passively while multi-tasking.
Toadwater is a bit older game but still solid since there is still active community with it.
To play you have to make account on site/forum.Detailed wikia page will help you get started.
Biggest flow of this game is unattractive interface and overall graphic.Game is based on harvesting and collecting resources.
All you do in this game is harvesting,and taking fruitage,not fun for me
A decent farming video game,it s somehow too old for me and boring.
1/5 – Not a fan of the GUI on this, it doesn’t look very appealing or user friendly.
The game sucks tbh. Its pretty simple and the graphics are complete trash and the gameplay is boring 2/5
Game feels clunky in my opinion. The game doesn’t have a proper user interface, and it seems like all of the interface are just separate windows which is kind of irritating. And I think version 1 of this game came out in May 31, 2011, but this game looks way older than that. Despite being released in 2011, the game kind of feels more like an early 2000s game when JVM games were popular (before Flash games took over the Internet). Gameplay doesn’t even look that fun either, especially for a “competitive” farming game. Overall, I’d rate this game a 1.5/5; this game just feels extremely outdated.