Farming game lovers got Hayday on their favorite list. It is developed and published by Supercell. It was first released on June 21 of 2013 for iOS and available on Apple App store. The game was also released for Android on the 20th of November the same year which is available on Google Play. It was reported that it’s the game with fourth highest profit in 2013. It is the top Android game casual app with over a hundred million download from Google Play, a trendy product of Supercell. If you love farming and simulation activities, Hayday will definitely keep your internal agriculturist gaga all night and it is visually delightful.
On the other hand, as I mentioned, only Apple and Android users can play the game. And we all know that those are the top two Smartphone OS worldwide. But of course, Windows phone comes third and so many users as well around the globe who pleaded for Hayday on their gizmo. The artwork of the game is the greatest asset you can notice on it, it’s an eye candy. To get a portable game, Hayday’s exposition is fairly cinematic. It is a very simple game; you are the manager of the farm and you need to put it on a financial success, just like other games from Facebook like Farmville. So,this really shows that Hayday is also possible for Windows, but not at this time maybe.
It’s nice to know that people are going online and create forums and threads to shout out their pleas, requests and ideas about the game even if it is not currently possible. Unfortunately, there are threads that suggest and provide links on how to download and install the game that is not currently supported like the PC. These emulator programs pretty messes up the game. It was reported that the program they provides on thread, changes the real programming of the game to allow them to play on their unsupported device for which of course they are not designed for. So this means that they are opening their devices into a myriad of bugs. This will not be supported by their Customer Support or aid in anyway with any issues people may have on the game, whether it’s because of the emulator or not.
Up to this point, the question is why Supercell still hasn’t put it on Windows yet. Supercell is very much aware about the number of audience that will be added if people will see it on their PC. However, they have already professed that although the concept is not totally rolled out; there is still no intention in the future to apply a PC version of any of their games. They wanted to focus first on mobile device market for the time being.