Nothing runs like a Deere, even on your PC.
Now, computer jockeys can be virtual farmers.
"John Deere American Farmer" is a new computer game that lets players sow digital crops, milk computerized livestock and raise cyber-barns.
It's the first game licensed by the Illinois-based Deere and Company, makers of the famed green and yellow tractors.
A Deere spokesman says the game provides a unique way to learn about the importance of agriculture to the U.S.
The $20 game simulates everything from market prices to the occasional plague.
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