Zynga’s updated version of the all time farm building and management game “FarmVille2” showed huge notable changes, in graphics, details of the game and even gameplay far more entertaining and addicting than of its predecessor, especially with the games’ introduction to one of its novel feature the “Prized of Blue Ribbon Animals”. The said feature will allow virtual farmers to earn extra XP points and coins for merely feeding their livestock again and again, until it will eventually qualify as prized animal.
Mostly, famers will easily get chickens as first to become a “Prized” stock, as it onlyhave a very short feeding cycle of just over a few minutes. Player’s will be notified when any livestock becomes a Prized, but when the noticed if not heeded, players will still know when they discover when these “Prized” animals feeding cycle will increase considerably. Basically, virtual farmers need to raise each individual animal ato reach the “Prized” status, for this feature only works in individual animals not on the whole livestock of the same species.
When a livestock becomes a “Prized” one, the next time it’s ready to be tended, players will notice blue ribbon icon on its instead of the previous feed file before it has become a “Prized” one.
Interacting with the animal will allow players (automatically) “Take if to the Show,” and a new notice pops up telling the players it the livestock entry won. Take an example of the chicken illustrated, players may win 50 coins and a single XP point for tending the fowl, as it wins the prized blue ribbon in the Country Fair. It’s possible that theses prizes may differ from one different animal to another or even between different tending, we think it random awards system.
As being discussed previously, “prized” livestock do have longer time-cycles before you may tend them, take an example of a single Prized White Chicken which requires 18 hours between trips to the Fair, instead of the previous five minutes than it used to. But the guaranteed coin rewards is still worth the wait, patience really pays anyone good in this one.