PC games to remind you of Suffolk

Suffolk’s farmland is one of its most defining features

There’s so much to love about Suffolk that sometimes you need a refresher when you’re away from home. There is the rich history of this county, with famous artifacts still being discovered to this day. No one could forget the rolling countryside, carefully tended by Suffolk’s many farmers. This gives Suffolk artisans the raw materials they need to create some of the best food in the world. Suffolk is famous for its cheeses and beers. Either way, we can all agree that Suffolk has a lot to offer, so if you miss home a bit, here are some games that will give you a taste of what you’re longing for.

My little farms

One of the loveliest things about Suffolk is watching the farmers go about their business in the fields. Pastures full of sheep, cows and pigs cost dime in the rolling Suffolk countryside and the flower farms are also a feast for the eyes. With such fertile land, it makes sense that Suffolk is home to so many British farmers, so if you’re a little homesick and need a refresher, then a farming game might be just the ticket.

My Little Farmies is an adorable browser game that lets you create a thriving village community based on farming. You can plant, water and harvest crops to earn some money, you can even choose to grind your grain to further increase your income. Once you have saved a lot of money, you can also buy adorable animals. Your chickens will reward you for regularly feeding them fresh eggs, and other villagers will flock to your farm to buy some to take home. On top of that, there’s also a social element, where you can invite your friends over and work as a co-op, helping each other out on the farms from time to time.

Some people would rather spend their lives growing beautiful things than caring for animals and there’s a game for that too. In Bloom is a slot-style game that lets you grow and pick beautiful flowers. While there are plenty of places to play In Bloom, LeoVegas ranks high on Casino Review’s list of casinos offering no deposit bonuses to their new customers. This list is made up of independently reviewed casinos that are ranked based on the generosity of their bonuses, as well as the range of games on offer and the site’s ease of navigation. While In Bloom is the obvious choice for those wishing to emulate the beauty of Suffolk’s flower fields on their own computer, there are also a host of other slot games to choose from.

Cheese Game

Cheese Game
Those who have left Brie to ripen unattended will know only too well the cheese’s ability to “run”.

Suffolk is known for its delicious cheeses and while you might think games based on cheese would be thin on the ground, you couldn’t be further from the truth. There are all kinds of cooking games available online that let you cook with delicious cheese, but the game we’re going to review today lets you actually become the cheese. It sounds a bit crazy because it is. Cheese Game was developed and produced by one man band Zach Hsu. It’s his one and only release, a project he just couldn’t resist creating.

The game lets you play like a sensitive piece of cheese. You can run and repel those who want to eat you. For those who have ever left a piece of Baron Bigod brie a little too long, you will know that the cheese can go further than you think. Either way, Cheese Game’s cheese spins faster than any cheese you’ve ever seen before. You will have to harness the power of cheese in order to evade the bosses who want to eat you. Immerse yourself in a sheriff’s gripping mitts, dodge a creepy ghost, and try to find a way to sneak in an attack too.

It’s a terribly silly game, but a lot of fun, and with a price tag of absolutely nothing you can’t afford not to try. Terrifyingly, this game got thousands more positive reviews than our monopoly game Suffolk. We thought Suffolk Monopoly was actually pretty good, so it stands to reason that the inventively named Cheese Game is probably one of the greatest games of our time.


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