Harvest moon 64 dating guide

Along with restoring the farm, there are a number of other side quests that the player may choose to partake in, including training and racing a horse, selling crops, participating in a variety of town festivals as well as random events, falling in love and getting married, collecting recipes, and collecting photographs from various achievements and events.

The player starts out with the bare minimum features for the farm: A small house, a shipping bin, a barn for sheep and cows, a coop for chickens, a silo, a shed, and farm land.

The horse, obtained from Green Ranch the second day of the first spring, can be ridden and used as a portable shipping crate. Livestock, such as cows, sheep, and chickens, may also be purchased at the Green Ranch.

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Many game features, such as character locations and whether shops are open or closed, depend on what time and day it is.

Each season lasts 30 days and has different weather patterns, crops to grow, and wild herbs available.

Several crops will yield multiple vegetables throughout the season if continually watered.

The crops available to plant include turnips, potatoes, corn, and strawberries.

After a certain amount of usage, a tool will automatically upgrade (signified when the tool becomes silver and then later gold), allowing the player to do more work faster using less energy.

Tools for livestock such as a cow milker and an animal brush can be purchased in the village.

Planting, growing, and harvesting crops is one of the main focuses of the Story of Seasons series.

To plant crops, the player must till the soil, plant the seeds, then water the plots.

, is a farm simulation video game developed by Victor Interactive Software and published by Natsume for the Nintendo 64 video game console, and the third game in the Story of Seasons series (following Harvest Moon GB).

despite the Wii proving the task to be possible through homebrew emulation.

A greenhouse can be built so that any plant can grow anytime during the year.

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