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Harvest Moon, a game series originally released for the Super Nintendo entertainment system(SNES), was released by Natsume in 1997 and was the first installment of the Harvest Moon series available in the U.S.

Harvest Moon 64 (Bokujō Monogatari 2 in Japan) is a farming simulation game for the Nintendo 64. Harvest Moon 64 is the fourth game in the Harvest Moon series, following a game for SNES, the Game Boy, and the Game Boy Color respectively.

Harvest Moon GB/GBC was the first Harvest Moon game to be released on Game Boy. The game was later re-released with color support added from the Game Boy Color.

Harvest Moon GB/GBC was the first Harvest Moon game to be released on Game Boy. The game was later re-released with color support added from the Game Boy Color.

Harvest Moon 2 ( also known as Harvest Moon GBC 2 or Harvest Moon GB2 ) was the second Harvest Moon game to be released on Game Boy Color.

Harvest Moon GBC3 was the third Harvest Moon game to be released on the Game Boy Color.

Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town (牧場物語 ミネラルタウンのなかまたち, Bokujō Monogatari: Mineral Town no Nakama Tachi, lit. Ranch Story: Companions of Mineral Town) was the first Harvest Moon game released to the Gameboy Advance system.

It follows a similar storyline to previous Harvest Moon games - to raise a successful farm. This includes growing crops and raising livestock. The player can also marry one of the six women in the town including the Harvest Goddess. The setting of Mineral Town is similar to Harvest Moon: Back To Nature.

Harvest Moon: More Friends Of Mineral Town (牧場物語ミネラルタウンのなかまたちforガール, Bokujō Monogatari: Mineral Town no Nakama Tachi for Girls, lit. Ranch Story: Companions of Mineral Town for Girls) is the female counterpart to Friends of Mineral Town.

It is the third game that focuses on the female perspective (the other examples being Harvest Moon: Back To Nature For Girl & Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life). It is one of the very few Harvest Moon titles to have a release be cancelled in PAL Regions.

This game follows the pattern of a lot of Harvest Moon games - planting crops and raising animals. You may also befriend the numerous villagers of Mineral Town, and there are lots of optional events to view as well as many festivals to attend There is a choice of eight bachelors (five regular and three secret bachelors) to marry. 

Harvest Moon: Back To Nature (牧場物語~ハーベストムーン~ Bokujō Monogatari Harvest Moon) was the first title of the Harvest Moon series to be released on the Playstation. The game is rated "E" by the ESRB, and is further rated as depicting use of alcohol. It was released on December 16, 1999 in Japan, on November 20, 2000 in North America, and on January 26th, 2001 for PAL Regions.

Though many of the characters are taken from Harvest Moon 64, they have somewhat different personalities, families, and occupations. Unlike any other game that takes place in Mineral Town, it applies more 3D graphics and many features that can't be found in the Gameboy versions. 

Back to Nature and Harvest Moon: Back To Nature For Girl were both later ported to the Playstation Portable as Harvest Moon: Boy and Girl in Japan and North America.

Harvest Moon: Back To Nature For Girl (牧場物語~ハーベストムーン~forガール, Bokujou Monogatari: Harvest Moon for Girl, lit. "Ranch Story: Harvest Moon for Girl") is a game for Playstation.

It was only released in Japan, however it was finally translated to English in the Playstation Portable game Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl. The game is very similar to Harvest Moon: Back To Nature, but the main character in the game is Claire, who takes the place of Pete to try and save the farm.

Unlike many other Harvest Moon games at the time, this game is the first to implement 3D graphics, and the first to focus on a purely female perspective. 

Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland (牧場物語3~ ハートに火をつけて, Bokujō Monogatari 3: Heart ni Hi o Tsukete, lit. Ranch Story 3: Light up the Fire in your Heart), is a farming simulator game developed by Victor Interactive Software and Published by Natsume for the Playstation 2.

It is the first title of the Harvest Moon series to appear on Playstation 2 and one of the few Harvest Moon games to be cancelled in all PAL Regions. It was re-released for download on the PlayStation Network (PS3) 10 years from it's 2001 release date.

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life (Special Edition) (~牧場物語~ワンダフルライフ Bokujō Monogatari: Oh! Wonderful Life (First Print Limited Edition) lit. Ranch Story: Oh! Wonderful Life (First Print Limited Edition)~ is a PlayStation 2 game which is an improved version of A Wonderful Life, featuring minor changes and add-ons.

Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl (牧場物語ハーベストムーン ボーイ&ガール, Bokujou Monogatari: Harvest Moon Boy and Girl, lit. "Ranch Story: Harvest Moon Boy & Girl") is game for Playstation Portable.

It is a complete port of Harvest Moon: Back to Nature and Harvest Moon: Back To Nature For Girl. Both games were originally released on Playstation; however Back To Nature For Girl was not translated nor released to North America until mid-winter 2011 on PlayStation Network.

It is the 15th game in the series.

Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon is the first Harvest Moon title released for the PlayStation Portable, followed by a special-edtion released for the PlayStation 2. It is also the first and only Harvest Moon game set in the future, away from the traditional rural setting and aspects of previous titles.

Harvest Moon: Hero of Leaf Valley (牧場物語シュガー村と皆の願い, Bokujou Monogatari: Sugar Mura to Minna no Negai, lit. Ranch Story: Sugar Village and Everyone's Wish) is one of the core Harvest Moon titles released for Sony's Playstation Portable, and is also available on the Playstation Network.  

The game's story, protagonist, setting and characters are all similar to Save the Homeland for the Playstation 2. Hero of Leaf Valley can be viewed as an enhanced version of Save the Homeland with better graphics, more features, and the marriage system brought back.

Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life(牧場物語~ワンダフルライフ Bokujō Monogatari: Oh! Wonderful Life lit. Ranch Story: Oh! Wonderful Life) is the first title in the Harvest Moon series to be released for the Nintendo GameCube.

A Wonderful Life features new characters and bachelorettes, as well as an entirely new town. It is the only Harvest Moon game in the series to date where people visibly age around you, your child grows into an adult, and the main player can die.

The game offers connectivity with the Game Boy Advance game Harvest Moon: Friends Of Mineral Town.

Another Wonderful Life (牧場物語ワンダフルライフforガール, Bokujō Monogatari: Wonderful Life for Girls lit. Ranch Story: Wonderful Life for Girls) is the female perspective of Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life.

The purely female perspective affects the story, although Marvelous Interactive Inc. tweaked and updated some parts of the gameplay, and added several new items in this game. It is the second game that focus on the female perspective since Harvest Moon: Back To Nature For Girl.

Another Wonderful Life features connectivity with Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town like that is found in Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life and Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town. The game's similarity with the original A Wonderful Life and its other flaws caused its sales to do badly.

Harvest Moon: Magical Melody (牧場物語 しあわせの詩 for ワールド, Bokujō Monogatari: Shiawase no Uta for Wārudo, lit. Ranch Story: Song/Poem of Happiness for World) was the third Harvest Moon game to be released for Gamecube, but it was released in the PAL regions as a Wii game after the Gamecube version was cancelled for unknown reason. This is the second game next to Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland to be cancelled in PAL regions.

This title features many new characters, many of these characters having been based on characters throughout the series. It's also the first game in the series to have a mutliplayer feature.

Harvest Moon: DS (牧場物語 コロボックルステーション, Bokujō Monogatari: Korobokkuru Sutēshon, lit. Ranch Story: Colobocle Station) was the first game in the Harvest Moon series to be released on the Nintendo DS.

The game is again set in Forget Me Not Valley like Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life, with some of the characters making a return to this game.

Harvest Moon DS Cute (牧場物語コロボックルステーションforガール, Bokujō Monogatari: Korobokkuru Sutēshon for Gāru, lit. Ranch Story: Colobocle Station for Girls) is similar as Harvest Moon: DS.

It is the fourth game that focuses on the female perspective or view. Many glitches and bugs are fixed from Harvest Moon: DS in this remake as well as an added character called Skye and the option to have a female "best friend" instead of a husband (although this was removed from the North America version).

Harvest Moon DS: Island of Happiness (牧場物語 キミと育つ島, Bokujou Monogatari: Kimi to Sodatsu Shima, lit. Ranch Story: The Island Grows With You) is a farming simulation game developed by Marvelous Interactive and published by Natsume.

It is the fourth Harvest Moon game on the DS. Like previous titles in the DS series, Island of Happiness utilizes the stylus, and also features WiFi capabilities.

Harvest Moon DS: Sunshine Islands (牧場物語 キラキラ太陽となかまたち, Bokujō Monogatari: Kira Kira Taiyōu to Nakama Tachi, lit. Ranch Story: Sun and Companions) is the fifth game released for the Nintendo DS. It is a remake of Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness, improving faults in the game.

Harvest Moon DS: Grand Bazaar (牧場物語 ようこそ!風のバザールへ, Bokujō Monogatari: Yōkoso! Kaze no Bazaar e, lit. Ranch Story: Welcome! to the Wind's Bazaar) is the fifth title for the Nintendo DS and the nineteenth game in the Harvest Moon series.

It is considerably different from other games, as you grow all your crops and produce and then sell them to the villagers through a market system every Saturday (or Sunday). You compete with other villagers and farmers for the higher profit.

Puzzle de Harvest Moon was first announced in Natsume's E3 2006 flyer. Since then the game has been quietly brewing and the game made its first full appearance at E3 2007.

The game can be played against local Wifi players, and (as of E3 2006) does not use the global Nintendo Wifi network. There has been no word yet as to whether the game will utilize Nintendo's system.

You can play the game in Normal, 2 vs. 2, "Quota", and Survival modes.

Harvest Moon: Frantic Farming is sort of a sequel to Harvest Moon: Island of Happiness. It was released on August 25th, 2009. The basic point of the game is to get an amount of crops or score to get to the next level. More of the same crops trigger a combo. The major part of the game is played with the stylus. If you get your skill bar high enough, you can use your skill. A gold crop will increase the watering area to grow crops, as a bonus item.

Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns DS & 3DS (牧場物語 ふたごの村, Bokujō Monogatari: Futago no Mura, lit. Ranch Story: Twin Villages) is the sixth Harvest Moon title to be released for the Nintendo DS system, and is the first Harvest Moon game to be released on the Nintendo 3DS.

Harvest Moon 3DS: A New Beginning (literal translation: "Land of Beginning") is the second Harvest Moon game released for the Nintendo 3DS, and the first to be Nintendo 3DS exclusive. It was released in Japan on February 23rd, 2012 and came to North America on November 8th, 2012.

Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns DS & 3DS (牧場物語 ふたごの村, Bokujō Monogatari: Futago no Mura, lit. Ranch Story: Twin Villages) is the sixth Harvest Moon title to be released for the Nintendo DS system, and is the first Harvest Moon game to be released on the Nintendo 3DS.

Story of Seasons (牧場物語つながる新天地 Bokujou Monogatari: Tsunagaru Shin Tenchi) is the third title in the Nintendo 3DS series. It is the second title in the original 3DS series, as Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns was a port of the DS version.

Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley is the first Harvest Moon game to not be a localization of Marvelous AQL's Bokujou Monogatari(牧場物語) series, and is wholly published and developed by Natsume, using the Harvest Moon name.

Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility (牧場物語 やすらぎの樹 Bokujō Monogatari: Yasuragi no Ki, lit Harvest Moon: Tree of Peace) is the first Harvest Moon game to be released for the Nintendo Wii in Japan and North America.

In Tree of Tranquility, the controls are designed to make use of the Wii's motion control. However, the Wii Classic Controller can be used as an alternative option to the motion controls.

Harvest Moon: Animal Parade (牧場物語わくわくアニマルマーチ Bokujō Monogatari: Waku Waku Animaru Māchi, lit. Farm Story: Exciting Animal March) is the second Harvest Moon game to be released for the Nintendo Wii.

It's marketed as the sequel to the game titled Tree of Tranquility, with improved game play elements and new maps (taking place on the mainland in the region of Castanet), as well as a couple of new marriage candidates. A musical theme is apparent as you play,(i.e. Horn Ranch, Casanet, etc.)

Harvest Moon: Magical Melody (牧場物語 しあわせの詩 for ワールド, Bokujō Monogatari: Shiawase no Uta for Wārudo, lit. Ranch Story: Song/Poem of Happiness for World) was the third Harvest Moon game to be released for Gamecube, but it was released in the PAL regions as a Wii game after the Gamecube version was cancelled for unknown reason. This is the second game next to Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland to be cancelled in PAL regions.

This title features many new characters, many of these characters having been based on characters throughout the series. It's also the first game in the series to have a mutliplayer feature.

Harvest Moon: My Little Shop is the first WiiWare Harvest Moon game.

It can be purchased for 1,200 Wii Points under the Wiiware section, and features a variety of mini-games with a real time based system.

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