- Apr 25, 2014
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(Here we go guys- My first game thread! I finally feel comfortable with posting my game's development progress!)
(A story will be added later- I'm still brainstorming for ideas! Help would be welcomed. )
Your grandfather has passed away, and you end up inheriting his old farm. Fix up the farm while meeting and befriending an interesting cast of villagers, who have their own problems and obstacles to overcome. Explore the beautiful Valley and maybe even find that special someone. Inspired by the old (what some would call "good" or "best") Harvest Moon games (like HM64 and FOMT) and also by Stardew Valley. Will be rated PG for alcohol and some mild verbally abusive situations.
- Play as a boy or a girl!- A working farm system! Plant different crops in Spring, Summer, and Fall! Also, trees!
- Go mining for ore and gems in Slate Mountain, and maybe find old artifacts from times long past!
- Or spend the day fishing in many unique locations!
- Explore the Valley and Pewter Village. Meet your neighbors, give them gifts, and become friends!
coming soon (see newer posts if impatient )
Planned Features:- Tons of unique events with the villagers! Dating and marriage!
- Raise animals, including cows, sheep, and chickens! Maybe even pigs!
- Buy a boat to sail to a tropical island with several new characters and unique tropical crops!
- Participate in seasonal interactive festivals!
- And more! I will post updates periodically in this thread.
- Vlue & deilin
- Neon Black
Story: 0-10% (Still trying to come up with ideas!)
Thank you for reading! I've been working on this game for about a year so far. I have no due date in mind, as I make games for fun. When this is finally released, it will be free. I may post a demo eventually, but I would really like to complete at least the majority of dialogue and random events first. Obviously, criticism and/or ideas would be appreciated! Just a disclaimer, I have no drawing skills, so the portraits you see in the screenshots are probably as good as it's going to get! And I can't script, either, so thank you to all of the amazing people I listed above, and also those whom I may have missed.