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Top 124 best Steam games of all time tagged with Farming, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
94% 633 votes
89% 289 votes
100% 12 votes
80% 668 votes
81% 182 votes
88% 24 votes
67% 6 votes
57% 1,939 votes
35% 358 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Farming is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Farming, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Simulation 69%
  2. Singleplayer 66%
  3. Farming Sim 65%
  4. Casual 60%
  5. Agriculture 49%
  6. Relaxing 43%
  7. Indie 42%
  8. Crafting 39%
  9. Adventure 36%
  10. Building 35%
  11. Exploration 35%
  12. RPG 35%
  13. Cute 33%
  14. Open World 29%
  15. Sandbox 28%
  16. Management 27%
  17. Life Sim 26%
  18. Strategy 25%
  19. Colorful 25%
  20. 3D 24%
  21. 2D 23%
  22. Pixel Graphics 23%
  23. Base Building 21%
  24. Early Access 20%
  25. Survival 20%
  26. Family Friendly 20%
  27. Action 18%
  28. First-Person 17%
  29. Fishing 17%
  30. Cooking 16%
  31. Economy 16%

The Farming tag refers to a genre of video games that simulate the experience of managing and operating a farm or agricultural setting. These games typically involve tasks such as planting and harvesting crops, raising livestock, and managing various aspects of farm life.

In farming games, players take on the role of a farmer or landowner and are responsible for the day-to-day operations of their virtual farm. This can include activities such as preparing the soil for planting, sowing seeds, watering crops, tending to livestock, and selling harvested goods for profits.

One key aspect that sets farming games apart is their emphasis on resource management. Players need to balance their time, money, and available resources effectively in order to run a successful farm. This can involve making decisions about which crops to plant based on market demands or investing in equipment and upgrades that improve efficiency.

Farming games also often incorporate elements of progression and growth. As players succeed in running their farms effectively, they can unlock new features like additional land plots, more advanced tools or machinery, new crop varieties or animal breeds. Here are some examples of popular farming games:

  • Stardew Valley Developed by ConcernedApe where players inherit a dilapidated farm with the goal of transforming it into a thriving business while building relationships with local community members.
  • Harvest Moon series These long-running franchise allows players to manage farms while also interacting with townspeople in pursuit of love interests.
  • Farm Together A cooperative farming game where multiple players can work together on building their dream farms by customizing everything from plants to decorations.

Farming games offer relaxing gameplay experiences that appeal to those who enjoy simulation-style activities, strategic planning, and the fulfilling nature of agriculture. They provide a virtual escape to the countryside and offer an opportunity for players to create their own agricultural empire.

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