Great to see another Match 3 game on Linux with Farm Life, ported over by Bearded Giant Games as part of their Linux 1st Initiative.
I had the pleasure of testing this one before releasing and it's sucked away hours from me! Not a genre I play too often, partly because there's not many good Match 3 games available on Linux, so for me this does fill a little hole. Although I will fully admit that I was horribly addicted to Candy Crush on Android a few years ago.
This brings back good memories of it, although without all the micro-transaction rubbish as Farm Life is a properly premium Linux game ported by a company that's trying to push for Linux support (see the Linux 1st Initiative).
One quite nice feature in Farm Life is that you can play the levels across two modes: a Relaxed mode that allows you just to finish a level and take as long as you want, as well as a more challenging Limited mode giving you a set amount of moves to make and some of the levels on this mode will test you. There's 100 levels to complete, as well as a farming meta-game where you improve the farm as you progress through the story.
Is it worth it? Well, I've played a good few hours of it recently and I've enjoyed it a lot, a nice casual experience. The Linux version works great too, as expected.
You can grab Farm Life for $6.99 from the Bearded Giant Games store.