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Europeans Can Farm Frantically this Autumn

Posted by James Newton

Potatoes and puzzles courtesy of Rising Star

It may have been available on North American shores for nearly twelve months – in fact, our first and only news story about this game was almost exactly one year ago – but European gamers are yet to sample the sweet taste of Harvest Moon: Frantic Farming, but Rising Star Games is set to rectify that by launching the handheld title this Autumn.

According to Rising Star Games:

Harvest Moon: Frantic Farming for the DS brings a new dimension to the Harvest Moon series, branching out into the puzzle genre, in an adventure that really puts the pace of players' farming skills to the test.

Gamers take on one of 12 playable characters in a variety of different modes including Story, Mission and Score Attack. Each crop is represented by a unique icon and colour and these must be matched as quickly as possible in order to harvest the crops before they take over the farm.

The combination of matching colours and growing crops is potentially world-destroying in its addictiveness, so interested Europeans should watch this space for news on when they can get their green fingers on some Frantic Farming.

[via twi.to]

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User Comments (7)

James

#1

James said:

Say something more constructive than just "first" and we'll let it stay. Commenting only to say that you're the first person to comment is hollow in the extreme.

WolfRamHeart

#4

WolfRamHeart said:

I've actually played this game and it is really quite good. It is of course different than other Harvest Moon games but it is a very fun and addictive puzzle game. There is also a lot of content to unlock. I would love to see Nintendo Life review this game just to see what they think of it.:)

Archy

#5

Archy said:

:P ok! ... I mean sorry, I will try to more constructive next time! (I have never read that topic before, you should include it in the rules or something)

ueI

#6

ueI said:

I didn't think a puzzle game could have so much dialogue to translate.

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