Ashley Tisdale at Farm Heroes Super Saga Mobile Game Launch #FarmHeroesSuperSaga

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For the launch of Farm Heroes Super Saga mobile game, King opened a one-of a kind urban orchard experience in New York’s Madison Square Park. The super-sized apple-shaped Super Cropsie dome was designed by King to look like an apple Super Cropsie from the game.

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Note: I was invited as media to this event. Any personal views expressed are always 100% my own.

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To help celebrate the launch, actress Ashley Tisdale joined King to experience the interactive orchard and to share about her Super Saga gaming skills.

“Fall is one of my favorite times of the year - I love to go apple picking outside of the city, so I’m really excited to be the first person to try out this one-of-a kind multi-sensory urban orchard which King has planted right in the heart of NYC!

I play a lot of Farm Heroes Super Saga when I have a few minutes to spare and love the adorable Super Cropsies, so it was a treat to see them bouncing around in the 360 degree projections, and also being able to pluck them straight from the tree and give them a big hug!” - Ashley Tisdale

Farm Heroes Super Saga offer players new dimensions of gameplay in order to beat Rancid the Raccoon and win the Country Show. Players will experience a new feature, the ‘Super Cropsie’, which is made when four ‘Cropsies’ are matched in a square. When in their ‘super’ state the ‘Cropsies’ are worth more points and regardless of the matches made after this, the ‘Super Cropsies’ never lose their value, allowing players to reach their goal faster.

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The new game launched with more animated ‘Cropsies’ including a jolly but awkward tomato, an excitable banana, a cute and innocent plum, a sassy pear, as well as the return of the much-loved carrot and water drop.

Farm Heroes Super Saga also has new characters including Fidget, the hyperactive (and at times forgetful) squirrel, and Darwin, the chatty and helpful goat.

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There's also a brand new social feature that will enable players to compete against their friends by earning more points and climbing the leaderboard. The ‘Country Show’ is a timed event where players must try to grow their own ‘Cropsies’. The more stars gamers earn while playing the game, the more ‘growth formula’ they have to feed their ‘Cropsies’. At the end of every event there will be a Country Show and the bigger the ‘Cropsie’, the more coins players win to spend on boosters.

Farm Heroes lovers can grow, farm and swap their way through the 205 Croptastic levels that are now available to download for free from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Facebook.

To learn more about Farm Heroes Super Saga visit

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