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Trials of Mana VS Animal Crossing: City Folk

Compare Trials of Mana VS Animal Crossing: City Folk and see what are their differences


Trials of Mana, known as Seiken Densetsu 3 in Japan, is an ARPG, Single-player and Multiplayer video game brought to you by Square for Nintendo Switch.

Animal Crossing: City Folk is an Adventure-based Life-Simulation video game developed and published by Nintendo.
Trials of Mana Landing Page
Trials of Mana Landing Page
Animal Crossing: City Folk Landing Page
Animal Crossing: City Folk Landing Page

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What are some alternatives?

When comparing Trials of Mana and Animal Crossing: City Folk, you can also consider the following products

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FarmVille - FarmVille lets players cultivate their farms by plowing, planting and harvesting crops and trees.

Big Farm - Big Farm is an Awesome, Browser-based, Farming, Single, and Multiplayer Simulation created and published by Good Game.

Reus - Reus is an Amazing, Strategy, Casual, Sandbox, Management, Fantasy-based, and Single-player Simulation created and published by Abbey Games.

Farmerama - Farmerama is an Awesome, Role-playing, Farming, Management, Online, Browser-based, Single and Multiplayer Simulation created and published by Bigpoint.

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