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th September 2013. Free-to-play browser game
developers Upjers are presenting a new event for My Free Farm. The
event “Veggie Mashing” enables the game’s players
to hammer down on a field of vegetables to their hearts’
content, and gather a number of great prizes in the process.
“Don’t play with your food” many adults have
surely been told by their parents when they were growing up. My
Free Farm is now inviting its players to do just that! Naturally,
during the course of our new event “Veggie Mashing”,
our players will merely be squashing virtual food.
Armed with a wooden mallet, all My Free Farm players starting at
level 2 can now bash down on a field covered with a cloth.
It’s only afterwards, they’ll be able to see how many
of the hidden vegetables they managed to hit. The players, who have
been fortunate enough to mash enough vegetables in the process,
will be rewarded with a load of points.
Among others, top prizes such as the new letter case item
“Smashin’ Sheep”, are awaiting the lucky
participants on My Free Farm.
The event has started today, and will run for one week. Until
th, My Free Farm’s players will be able to swing
the wooden mallet and realize their childhood dream: playing with
food as much as they like, without running the risk of being told
www.upjers.com), founded in 2006, is one of the
foremost developers and publishers of browser games that have their
company headquarters in Bamberg, Germany. Over 60 million players
worldwide have registered in at least one game of Upjers. Their
diverse portfolio comprises action, strategy and social games and
offers a thrilling gaming experience for all players in more than
26 languages. Upjers' browser games have their finger on the pulse
of their community and offer motivation, passion and suspense on a
steady high level: awards such as “Browser Game of the
Year” and “MMO of the Year” confirm this
statement! Employee or part of the community, the perspective
matters little: Anybody who loves games is welcome!
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