My Australian Farm (DSiWare)

Game Profile

My Australian Farm is a breeding simulation game!

At the beginning, all you own is an empty field, a little money and a single emu... You need to feed the emu, take care of it and improve its lifestyle. Well-fed with seed, it will lay eggs which can then be sold to the Shopkeeper.

With this money, you can buy new animals at the Farmers’ Market. Little by little as your farm builds up, you will unlock certain bonuses: a grain store, a wind turbine, a sacred stone, etc. And you will be able to exchange your animals with your friends who play My Farm, My Exotic Farm, My Asian Farm or My Australian Farm!


  • 6 kind of animals to customize
  • Take care of your animals (food, clean, disease, etc.
  • Many farm improvement to buy and bonuses to collect
  • Exchange of animals and products with other players

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Zach Kaplan

You call that a farm? THIS is a farm

Ahh, life on the farm. The sweet taste of buffalo milk, sheep and crocodiles playing together... OK, perhaps My Australian Farm isn't the most realistic agricultural simulator, but at least it makes for a decent money-management time-waster.This, along...

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