As we reported a few weeks ago, Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories will release on the Wii U sometime in 2016. It's releasing on multiple platforms, however, and the iOS version is supposedly due out sometime in the next few weeks. In an effort to promote the game more and to build some hype, Natsume recently shared some footage of the iOS version on Facebook, giving us a look at the game in action.
Here we see the player partake in a variety of actions that will be familiar to any series veteran. Watch as crops get tended, animals are groomed, fish are caught, and locals are traded with. It appears that the art style and soundtrack are as relaxing as they've ever been, and the interface and menus have a nice clean look to them. Take a look:
Hopefully, we'll see some Wii U footage in the near future to see how it compares. It probably won't look much different than this, but it'll be interesting to see how the extra power of the Wii U is put to use, as well as how the GamePad will be utilized.
What do you think? Are you looking forward to this? What's your favorite Harvest Moon game? Share your thoughts in the comments below.