Barn Yarn

  • 3000+ hidden objects
  • 60 unique décor items
  • I-Spy modes and mini-games
  • Play Farmscapes
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 1024
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 679

Review for game Barn Yarn

From the creators of Gardenscapes, Barn Yarn is a unique mix of Hidden Object and Simulation with your favorite characters! Meet Joe and Tom again and help them repair an old barn purchased from a neighbor and prepare for the harsh winter. Hold sales of old things found around the house and purchase everything you might need to turn the ramshackle barn into a cozy and warm winter home for the farm animals. By the way, Joe has a dream... Do you think you could help him make it come true?

Review at a glimpse
Genre : Hidden Object

Spot hidden objects and solve puzzles and mysteries in lush, eye-catching scenes.

Date release

March 5, 2013

Game Rank

543 points

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A Barnyard Masterpiece!
March 4, 2013

Anything from this developer is a sure-fire winner! "Barn Yarn" is beautifully detailed and fun. If you like "GardenScapes" then this one is for you!

A Wonderful Game
March 4, 2013

For anyone who has played farmscapes they will know the characters Tom and Joe . and the farm that was saved from ruin Here the story continues with a barn that needs renovating and to earn money they are selling unwanted items The major change in the game are HO's instead of Match Three but if you have played Gardenscapes you will know what to expect customers who require items you gain more money the quicker you are you can also find money hidden in the scenes and extra hints . At first glance this may appear childish but be warned it is addictive I am happy to admit I love it

Back On The Farm Of Fun!!
March 4, 2013

I played the beta to this game and it is so nice to be back on the farm with Grandpa Joe and Tom. Playrix does it again with this wonderfully crafted and fun-filled game! Graphics, sound/music and gameplay is top notch! Thank you Playrix for some fun days ahead with this soon to be classic!

Farmscapes meets Gardenscapes
March 4, 2013

Interesting combination of Farmscape characters and Gardenscapes HOG. Instead of buying vegies and fruit (M3) as we did in Farmscapes, Joe and Tom host jumble sales (HOS) to renovate the barn and save up for a tractor. I enjoyed playing this especially the interactive aspect. It was nice to see Linda again, too, as she "waddled" in to check up on progress and share her own unique perspective. The only thing I didn't like about playing Barn Yarn were the occasional "1000 extra points" to review other Playrix games which I already owned. After the first encounter, I ignored these pop ups. What I love most about all Playrix games is the careful integration of game play, graphics, music, and story. It is wonderful to see that this game team continues that tradition in Barn Yarn. I highly recommend this!

Great game
March 4, 2013

WOW, I am delighted to find this game. I have the other two, Gardenscape and Gardenscape Mansion Makeover, Love both so decided to try this one, played demo then bought. Some items are a little harder to find but that's part of the fun and seeing how funky you can make the design.If you like the other two, you will like this one too.

Love it!!
March 4, 2013

I love Farmscapes and have played it many many times, and this sequel is just as cute, simple and fun!! This time, Grandpa Joe is restoring an old barn with the help of his grandson. Instead of a match 3 like Farmscapes, this is a fast paced hidden object game. You have 3 different types of hints that can help you, and as you accumulate coins you buy things to make improvements. It has very smooth just need to run your cursor over the coins as you find items and sell them, not like in Gardenscapes, where you had to click on the coins. This makes it much faster to move on to the next thing. The same cute characters are included along with some new ones; the story is sweet and uncomplicated and the artwork is adorable....all in all: a total hit with me!

Love this series and Playrix games
March 5, 2013

As usual they don't disappoint. The games are fun, light, airy and continue to please. After all the dark games these are such a relief. The characters are good to see again and they change the game mode up enough from game to game to make it fun. I hope they continue to make these games, it's what I'm looking for, for sure.

March 4, 2013

This is a fun hidden object and design game. Light hearted, uplifting game. Great change from dark sinister games. How much you receive for finding items depends on how long it takes, so there is a time element, but the only "penalty" is that you have to play more games to get enough money to buy upgrades. Lots of fun.

Too much fun
March 4, 2013

I love this game. It is so much like Gardenscapes, Farmscapes and Dream Inn: Driftwood. It is a nice break from chasing zombies and werewolves, which I love, but if I do not want to think too much....... I play these games. I like when the people there interact with you and wave and such. You have to be fast in finding the objects though, to get full price for the items. And the decorating is fun too. Fantastic graphics. Just a perfect little timewaster. But wasn't this one supposed to be a CE? Nevertheless, I need to buy it.

Welcome Back, Farmer Joe!
March 4, 2013

I LOVE this game. Like the three previous games in this genre -- Gardenscapes, Mansion Makeover, and Farmscapes, you solve HOS to get $$$. In this case, you are fixing up the barn Grandpa just bought, and of course Tom the grandson comes along to help. As you make money, you buy flooring or stairs or a comfy chair. Ultimately, you want to buy a tractor. The HOS are of medium difficulty, and you can always use a butterfly hint to find something. The butterflies are replenishable by finding them in the next HOS. For a mindless game that gives you a break from the much harder Hidden Object mysteries, this provides a lot of fun and replayability.

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