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Have fun this summer with this awesome tractor game. Drive your tractor through the farm, gather as many stars as you can and complete all the levels. You will encounter obstacles such as rocks or sharp decline ground and even a ladder, which you have to pass. Farmer's Quest is a browser game full of surprises. Prove to us that you have what it takes to be the master of this free game. Play and beat the high scores and stay in top of the best players. Have Fun!
Do you think it would be fun to drive a tractor, maybe plow a field, and do you also like to play free web games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play the free Farmer's Quest game online right now.
Speaking of game options in Farmer's Quest, it uses traditional tractor control. You get to use the arrow keys to drive your tractor. Up arrow key to move forward and down arrow to brake. Left and right arrows to steer the tractor. We would also like to mention that in the upper right corner you can pause it and switch sounds.
In our free browser game, Farmer's Quest, there is no time limit, and the only limitation is that you have to the level of deterioration of the tractor. The graphic elments in this fun online game, has been done very nicely, and some nice details have been added just to make it all look very nice. If you look closely underneath the ground you will even see some dinosaur bones. The could perhaps be a little hard the first time you try it, but as soon you get a hang of the tractor balancing you will start doing really good, and have a lot of fun.
The classic farm tractor is a simple open vehicle, with two very large driving wheels on an axle below and slightly behind a single seat (the seat and steering wheel consequently are in the center), and the engine in front of the driver, with two steerable wheels below the engine compartment. This basic design has remained unchanged for a number of years, but enclosed cabs are fitted on almost all modern models, for reasons of operator safety and comfort. In some localities with heavy or wet soils, notably in the Central Valley of California, the "Caterpillar" or "crawler" type of tracked tractor became popular in the 1930s, due to superior traction and flotation. These were usually maneuvered through the use of turning brake pedals and separate track clutches operated by levers rather than a steering wheel.