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Wild Season is budding to be an adventure-filled alternative to Harvest Moon

By , on August 28, 2014

Developed by Quickfire Games, and published by SOEDESCO, Wild Season is a top down farming sim with chibi visuals.

You'll start off with a small out-of-shape farm, and hopefully build it up to be the pride of the local area, through a combination of hard work and farming smarts. You can also breed and race horses, spark relationships with NPCs, and improve the local town.

Quickfire Games is hinting at including a storyline that goes beyond most games of this kind, and a mystery that can be uncovered as you progress. Consider our interest piqued.

Wild Season will, according to the press release, be released on "PCs and tablets" in Q4 2014. We're going to assume that means iPad and Android. Plus there's cross platform cloud saves, so you can pick up your adventure in agriculture wherever you happen to be.

Have we planted a hype seed in you? Let us know!