Ubisoft Brings Wine Making to Facebook

Sun, Jun 6, 2010

Facebook, Social

Ubisoft has added another game to their Facebook repertoire, this time centered around making wine. Vineyard Country offers players the opportunity to grow their own grapes and make their own wine.

Vineyard Country is a marriage of farming and city-building games, giving players an entire countryside to till, plant, harvest and build upon. Step one of your empire building is tilling fields and planting grapes. Each type of grape has an assigned value, and more valuable grapes are unlocked as players level up. Crops take a specific amount of time to grow before they are ready for harvest, but unlike other farming games, you won’t have to replant after every harvest. Vines will continue to grow and produce grapes unless they rot or you cut them down.

After you harvest, your next step is to make wine from your crops, which takes place in your “Brewage Houses.” Select a machine, drag your stored grapes to it, and your wine will be completed in a matter of time. You can then custom label it and ship it off for sale. You can start making your own wine in Vineyard Country over at the official page.

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