Anyone that has been on Facebook in the recently has at least heard of the game FarmVille and how addicted people are to it. And Pineapple Farm tries to port that addicting feeling to the Android OS.
The game's story is simple, the player has inherited the old family farm and it's up to the player to build it back up to its former glory by growing and raising crops.
The gameplay is more of the sit and wait kind of game as the player needs to buy crops, which range from turnips to corn and to the games name sake pineapples, and waits a certain time before being able to sow the benefits. Enemies of the game are low water, unfertilized soil, and crows picking at the seeds but all these can be helped by purchasing items like scarecrows, sprinklers, cows, or even gnomes. And the player is also aided by the game being able to notify the player the same way a text message would on their phone.
The graphics are simple and cute like all of PseudoBlue's games are and it works very well on most smartphone hardware specifications.
The game is simple and can be "beaten" in as little as a week but since it's free on the market place there isn't much to gripe about.