From the Store description:
Manage your own farm and drive massive machines in an open world!
Farming Simulator 16 allows you to manage your own realistic farm in extraordinary detail. Plant, grow, harvest, and sell five different crops, raise cows and sheep, and sell timber at your own pace. Buy new fields to expand your farm land. Take direct control of harvesters and tractors, or hire AI helps and manage your growing farm from the full screen management map.
As the newest in the series of Farming Simulator games, this game has the best of agriculture simulation. The game features massive tractors and other machines from over 20 brands of agricultural manufacturers, including New Holland, Case IH, Ponsse, Lamborghini, Horsch, Krone, Amazone, MAN and more.
It's all pretty comprehensive, which brings me to a bit of a rant below. Still, in the meantime here are some screenshots from my limited progress in Farming Simulator 16:
The problem with Farming Simulator 16 is that the meat of the game isn't in the fun stuff, like driving machinery, hooking up power tools, although this is present to some degree, at least in an external none-too-detailed view. The core here is the business of farming, the logistics and pricing, the trading and selling. And the sheer drudgery of making sure that everything happens in the right order. Now, while hard core farming nuts might appreciate all this, the amount of work needed is akin to being a real farmer, except here you don't get the fresh air or to have a collie keeping you company all day.
There's a free trial and then it's £2.50 or so to buy. Which seems reasonable, though note that there are in-app-purchases as well.
I'd welcome suggestions for Windows phone games which simulate the driving and operations aspects of the vehicles without worrying too much about money, crops, and markets!