Turn Farming Simulator 2013 into Havester Deathmatch Extreme

Farming Simulator 2013

By on November 16, 2012 at 6:36 pm

As a bit of Friday Funtimes, we have here Mortal Kombain: battle mode for Farming Simulator 2013. The author calls this a ‘null-mod’, a set of rules to make a new in-game but doesn’t require any actual modding of the game.

Mortal Kombain is basically sumo wrestling for front loaders. I’ll show you the video below, but for those wanting to try it out themselves, here are the rules:

  1. Get two players online.
  2. Get them two front loaders (models and “weapons” at your discretion, trying different combinations is actually a fun thing in itself).
  3. Let them meet at the bridge near the port.
  4. The one who tips the other into the water wins!

So if our review of Farming Simulator 2013 convinced you to check out the game, make sure you give this a go — and report back! Perhaps this is an event we can add to the GON-lympics!

(My opinion being very important, it should be noted that I really love the music on this one. Perfect!)

Source: IndieDB (Thanks, Brenna!)

4 comments (Leave your own)
NoobyMcNoobnoob

its friday at the farm, time to drink and to tractor wrestle!!!

 

Needs more tractor pull.

And I don’t mind if they call me a Mallee boy.

 
 

This reminds me of robot wars, man that was a good show

 
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