03rd Dec2021

‘Lawn Mowing Simulator & Ancient Britain DLC’ Review

by Paul Metcalf

If there is one type of game that seems to be growing in popularity at the moment it has to be simulators. We’ve got House Flipper, we’ve got the latest Farming Simulator, Cooking Simulator, and so many more. One of the ones you would probably not feel would be the most fun is Lawn Mowing Simulator but surprisingly it’s a new relaxing game that brings the fun.

As with any company the first thing you need to do is to get a premises, employ staff and get the equipment that can be used. At the start of course Lawn Mowing Simulator offers the less powerful lawn mowers that don’t offer much in terms of power, but get the job done. You also have to buy a trimmers too to finish the job.

The initial jobs are easy, just move around the garden cutting the grass to the desired length and make sure the job is done. It’s easy, and you make money. What happens then of course is as the game progresses the gardens become harder to cut and you need to make more money to get the better mowers that can keep up with the job.

What I like about Lawn Mowing Simulator surprisingly comes from a source that some may not expect, and that is the Rockstar game Bully. That had a section where you were forced to cut grass as a punishment, but in truth it was actually fun to do. This was the reason I chose to take a look at this game for review. I’ve bought a few simulator games, so knew what to expect from the game. Thankfully this is one of the better simulator games.

Along with the game itself which has been out since August 10th, there is now the Ancient Britain DLC that adds more locations to the game. These include the Royal Stones, Druid’s Tor, The Ancient Aurochs, and Aurochs Hill.

Another nice aspect of Lawn Mowing Simulator is how in depth the game can be if you choose to push on and keep creating a business. You get to upgrade and buy premises that can accommodate your new business, the mowers and trimmers you buy are based on actual manufacturers and you get to employ other people to do mowing for you as well.

The most important thing of course is being able to just drive around the gardens cutting the grass and making sure that the job has been done. Yeah, it may not be to every gamers taste but if you are looking for a relaxing game that has a nice learning curve, then Lawn Mowing Simulator actually offers a good experience. It’s not the most action based of games, but sometimes it’s just nice to relax and do something a little different for a change.

**** 4/5

Lawn Mowing Simulator is available on PC and Xbox X|S now, as is the Ancient Britain DLC.

Review originally posted on PissedOffGeek

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