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Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness

Platform(s): Nintendo DS
Genre: Action/Adventure
Publisher: Natsume

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'Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness' (NDS) - Facts & Features

by Rainier on Jan. 1, 2006 @ 1:30 a.m. PST

Starting off with an abandoned farm, a handful of seeds, and the determination to start a new life, it's up to the player to develop a mysterious, abandoned island into a bustling tropical paradise. By harvesting crops, raising animals, and mining for precious gems, players will help the island grow into a vibrant town filled with people, businesses, and eligible bachelors and bachelorettes. Players can take on the role of a male or a female, and choose who they want to fall in love and start a family with. Players can also test their farming skills against each other and compete for prizes via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.

Your plans to start a new life for yourself were drastically changed when the ship you were on board was destroyed by a tropical storm. Now you find yourself stranded on an isolated island with a family of four from the ship. However, it seems that the island once was inhabited before…what happened to the people that used to live there?

As you start to develop the island by growing crops, taking care of animals and expanding your farm, others will start to move onto the island. The better you do, the more the island will grow. Though it was not your original dream, now is you chance to create your very own paradise!

Features:

  • Grow crops and tend to livestock using Touch Screen Farming!
  • Play as a boy or a girl!
  • Interact with a 100 characters!
  • Farming via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection!

Release Date: Q2 2008

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