Gameplay details released for the ultimate time-travel experience back to the golden age of mechanized farming

MUNICH, GERMANY – May 17 th 2012 - UIG Entertainment, a leading German game publisher, have today released more details on their upcoming agricultural driving, working and business simulation Agricultural Simulator – Historical Farming, releasing for the PC on May 25 th with a recommended retail price of £19.99.

The most realistic agricultural simulator released to date, Agricultural Simulator – Historical Farming features a multitude of original designs of classic tractors from world renowned companies such as Lanz Bulldog, one of the most popular German tractors of all time with over 220,000 machines produced, and John Deere, a Fortune 500 company and the leading manufacturer of agricultural machinery in the world, identifiable by their distinctive shade of green.

Set in the golden age of farming between 1950 and 1970, decide which region you want to cultivate your land in; the idyllic highlands, valleys and woods of the Northern Alps, or the fertile plains and gorgeous landscapes of Tuscany with its temperate climate.

 A new feature and a first for an agricultural simulator is dynamic ground, presenting the first real furrows in a farming game that will be left behind when working the fields with powerful machinery. The furrows will have an impact on the driving behaviour of the tractors.

A teaser trailer can be viewed at -

For further information and review code please contact:

Charley Grafton-Chuck

Johnny Atom Productions


T: +44 (0)203 176 0139

M: +44 (0)7971 073 914

About UIG Entertainment GmbH

UIG Entertainment GmbH was founded in 2005 by managing director Christoph Bayer and is one of the leading distributors of casual games and license simulator games as well as own developments in Germany. As an international Publisher of the Simulator- and the Play Indie Line-up UIG works with a huge network of distribution partners in the core markets.  

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