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Barn Finders

Search for valuables stashed in abandoned barns ranging from old clocks, musical instruments, antiques, gold, weaponry to even vintage cars and motorcycles and sell them for a profit. Run your family business. Look for valuable items and sell them in your pawnshop. Every item has a value, so collect everything and search everywhere! Bid on auctions and sales to get access to closed-off properties. Who knows what kind of dusty treasures you can find there? Visit 12 original locations and unearth their secrets in the land of Ammeryka (largely simmilar to the real America, but not quite). Barns are just the beginning. How about a visit to an old military base or . . . the moon? Take care of developing your shop. Empty shelves mean an empty wallet. Customers will come back if they have something to come back for. Fix found items, clean the dirty ones and sell them all. And if there are no customers, you can always play basketball in your backyard. And somehow, make money while playing.. Uncle Billy will keep you busy. Together you’ll explore different locations, but the real work is all for you to do. That is, until you go solo. Eventually. Being a real Barn Finder is a state of mind - a job for the brave and the bold. Your competitors are specialists and they are just waiting for you to slip up.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

I do recommend the main game with hesitation, just not the DLC at this point (Sep 22, 2021) since it is pretty buggy.
(They did releases an update 12 Aug 2021 though but not everything is fixed)
18 Jan 2022
Sadly they've still not fixed the orchard DLC and now they are rolling out two new things? I think the successful sale they had, along with some successful reviews, has gone to their heads *sad face*. I doubt I'll ever be able to finish the orchard DLC, which is tied into the main game and affects it tremendously. Unlike sims 4 and many others, you can not reset anything. It doesn't look like I'll get to play anything of the Orchard DLC past the ingredients step so the main game is a stalemate? I'm just disappointed bc I had hopes and I advertised the game to my friends and whoever was looking bc I believed in it. I no longer believe in it. But VR is coming, and some other thing I couldn't bring myself to look at bc I am not buying anything else until they fix the Orchard DLC so use caution!! Their britches are getting big. Devs: Feel free to comment with help or offer me a fix. I'll change the reviews as soon as the DLC works.
The main game is not perfect, but it is fun, IMHO. I enjoy the auctions, and the selling, tending the place. I've been playing recently but in total I have about 62 hours of game play. I try to always haggle to make more but you've gotta be quick with the button.
It shows icons for who is at your homestead during sales (top left) and I've seen a glitch with it but usually it's accurate. You can move things from one shelf to another if one empties and the other has a few more things. You can customize the place and truck (but make sure you can afford it. I've saved most of that for when I'd already had enough for the trips and auctions) I still have things I can change :)
Try not to destroy all of the large objects until you know you've finished the area. (It's good to be able to reach other areas) There's more to an area than just finding all of the items.. Seek out also collectibles, and other things.
I really enjoy this one and Farmer's Life (I see some of the same objects in both games, including "Fluffy" or so it seems :) )
Just make sure you check to see how well the DLC has been updated before considering it... at least if you don't wanna take the risk that some of us have.
I can't think of anything else right now.. But I think it's a keeper.
Note: I get most of my games on sale.
***** (68 hours in main game) *****
* (Images may include DLC)
Pretty Area :)
Edit: I am able to play the Amerykan Dream (Spelling?) DLC now bc of a fellow steamer! If you're having a problem with yours, check out the After screenshot :D
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Review from Steam

This game is not exactly what I was expecting, but it kept my interest long enough to get through the main game. The humor is constant and juvenile. Drunk rednecks, aliens, and poop jokes abound.

Review from Steam

God I love Barn Finders

Review from Steam

Do you have a dumb sense of humor?
Do you like to hidden objects games and puzzles?
Do you believe in aliens?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions then BarnFinders is for you!
This game really is a lot of fun, I like how open all the worlds are and it's more or less go at your own pace. I can't wait until they make more content for it again, as I kinda chewed through the newest DLC rather quickly. Definitely would rate this game a solid 10/10!

Review from Steam

This game is super fun if you're looking for something casual and relaxing to play. Your task is to find items at a variety of different locations (hide and seek style), then sell these items for profit, clearing rubbish as you go and decorating your pawn shop. As you progress you can buy more tools to help on jobs and upgrade your store, unlocking new features. As you hunt there are a few puzzles to solve too, which is a nice addition but nothing too taxing. Overall this is a relaxing game with fun gameplay and good humour. Highly recommended.

Review from Steam

i can fill out my hillbilly fetishes and can now call myself a certified boner stoner

Review from Steam

Barn Finders turned out to be a lot more fun than I expected. I mean, I expected some fun, which you would think goes without saying, but it doesn't. I have plenty of games I got expecting no fun at all, but that's just a personal defect.
What I mean is that the game did look enjoyable, but not too thrilling. How hard is it to find a barn anyway? If you come from somewhere with no barns, I can tell you that they are usually very large and surrounded by fields, so finding them has never been much of an issue. But it turns out that there is much more to Barn Finders than simply finding the barn.
The general idea is that you play as a 'hick', or 'hillbilly' type of American, a poorly educated, moonshine drinking, old pickup truck driving, unhygienic, shack dwelling fellow who must have bales of hay and chickens scattered around as if they were the pink flamingos of Appalachia. Oh, and they are white, of course. That's the only time it's ok to stereotype someone so thoroughly. I think it's a law now.
Anyhoo. Having found a barn, your next task is to rummage around for things you can sell at your shop. These items range from old books to motor vehicles, and once you have either gotten the barn for free, or won it in auction, it is all yours for the taking. Then, you haul it all back in the aforementioned pickup truck, you clean and repair the items, then sell them. Once you have some money, it's off to the next barn.
Pretty simple loop, but as the game preogresses, the maps get more complex, and items are hidden is some sneaky places. There is also a storyline involving aliens and a government conspiracy, which ties the areas together nicely.
It really is just an amusing and silly game of hide-and-seek, some small puzzles, and a whole lot of moonshine, so grab your banjo, come on down, and find that barn. It will be the big building in the field. Peace.