John Deere Creates Interactive Online Skills Game

The Small Machine vs. Big Jobs Challenge lets operators compete in three applications using either a skid steer or compact track loader.

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John Deere fans and customers can test their operator skills with the Small Machine vs. Big Jobs Challenge. This interactive game from John Deere Construction & Forestry features the new G-Series Skid Steers and Compact Track Loader. Players choose from one of the four skid steer models or the compact track loader to then compete in three applications: construction, landscaping and livestock. Each level involves players swiping the machine into a target. Based on the speed of the swipe, a score will register in mph. Players can advance through 10 levels, follow along with the fun through the real-time leaderboard and then share their scores via Facebook and Twitter. 

“We’re excited to launch our new small-frame G-Series models to the market and wanted to invite customers and fans to get to know these machines in a different way,” said Graham Hinch, division manager, John Deere Commercial Worksite Products. “The Small Machine vs. Big Jobs Challenge will familiarize players with the models in our lineup while having a little fun.”

John Deere previewed the Small Machine vs. Big Jobs Challenge at World of Concrete 2016 in Las Vegas. The game was played more than 260 times over the course of the show.

Players can access the Small Machine vs. Big Jobs Challenge from a personal computer or mobile device at

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