Greenland isn't really as green as the name would imply. And Iceland doesn't have as much ice as its name would imply. Thanks to volcanic hotspots, there's actually plenty of chances to do some farming. In Keyholt, take on the role of farmers in Iceland, as you look to out-do each other, growing bigger and better crops than your neighbor. You can pick up your copy now.
From the announcement:
Growing tomatoes, lettuce, or carrots on Iceland? What an absurd idea!
But still, whoever had that idea was a genius! Geothermal energy on the island allows you to cultivate the most unexpected fruits and vegetables — an oddity that no tourist would want to miss. You are not the only farmer in Reykholt who is looking to make a fortune out of this, however, so you better be quick! The tourist season in Reykholt is short, and there are more people coming every year. Making use of the right people and having the right vegetables at the right time in Reykholt will give you the advantage you need to win the race!