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Minna de Bokujou Monogatari

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Console: Computer / Web browser
Japan Release: November 25, 2010
N.America Release: Never
European Release: Never

Minna de Bokujou Monogatari (EN: Lets all Harvest Moon) is a browser-based version of Harvest Moon. You are in charge of a small island where you grow crops, raise animals, decorate your island, and even visit other player's islands.

The game has a quest system run by the Harvest Goddess. She will give you a specific chore to accomplish, and you are rewarded with gold, materials, and/or experience points (level and grade). Her quest paths also unlock additional quests.

The game is free to play but it helps to have a basic understading of Japanese. The account system is managed by MooG Games . There are some items in the game that you can only buy using SP, which you receive by spending real money.

Marvelous first announced plans to build a PC version of Harvest Moon at their 10 year anniversary party (back in 2007 or so) and have been fielding questions about it until June 2010, when the game was officially announced. The closed beta took place during October, and the game was publicly opened in November.

The game servers in Japan were shut down by Marvelous on October 1, 2012, and the game can no longer be played.

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Despite the Japan server shutdown, the game continued on in other regions. The game was released in the Indonesia region under a licensing agreement with ONE-UP and PRODIGY INFINITECH. The game launched in this region on June 29, 2012, as a Facebook game called "Harvest Moon Indonesia," rather than Marvelous AQL's Bokujou Monogatari title. ONE-UP also released a Traditional Chinese version of the Facebook version on June 18, 2012.

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A Thai version of the game was relased on November 1, 2012, called "Bubble Farm Online" (rather than using either the BokuMono or Harvest Moon names). This rendition of the game continued on through at least 2017. At some point ONE-UP and the Thai partner, OHLALA GAMES, discontinued the Facebook app.

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