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Farming Simulator 2012 Demo Hitting eShop This Week

Published on April 2, 2012 by

I’m sure many of you have at least heard of the series of irregular simulation titles on the PC. From farming to road cleaning and everything in between. Well now Farming Simulator 2012 is heading over to the 3DS! But that isn’t all. Those who might be on the fence about picking up the game will be able to download a free demo when the eShop updates later this week. Here’s the full description:

Put on your boots, grab your Nintendo 3DS and get ready to head to the farm. Work a wide scenery with fields, roads, your house and farm as well as a small village, with the vehicles found in your generous fleet – all three dimensional in Farming Simulator 2012 3D. Take a seat behind the wheel of authentic farm machines from renowned manufacturers and get going!

It’s also worth noting that Nintendo-developed game SpeedThru: Potzol’s Puzzle (£5.40/€6) will be released on the 3DS eShop this week. It’s an Aztec-themed brainteaser that involves rotating 3D objects to fit them into the correct slots as fast as possible. Looks like the eShop may have another winner on it’s hands. Also out are Pirates Assault (200 points) on DSiWare and Violin Paradise (500 points) on WiiWare.

Words cannot begin to describe our excitement!

But back to the real story…If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the chance to take your farming with you on the go, it seems this game may be perfect for you. We’ll give the demo a try later this week. Any of you guys going to give it a look?

 
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