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Harvest Seasons

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Start a new city with the basics, amass your resources, spend them on buildings and upgrades, get more resources, build a bigger city! Soon you'll be unlocking auto-run buildings to generate resources while you're gone, earning skillpoints to permanently upgrade your stats, and prestiging into new seasons. How many seasons can you reach? 5 Different Resources to Farm Gather wood, produce, ore, skins, and fish. Over 25 Buildings Build out your city with your resources. Then fulfill building requests to start leveling the buildings up to earn more. Buy Hundreds of Upgrades Upgrade your resources and your city to get more. Start unlocking Skillpoints to permanently boost your game. Collect blueprints for buildings to permanently boost their stats too. Manage your Resources Do you spend everything you own on upgrades, fulfill some building requests, or maybe save up to afford the next new building? Explore the City Unlock things like a Port to take out-of-town requests, auto-run buildings to auto-generate different resources, and even a dungeon to send expeditions for treasure. Free to Play, NOT Free to Gouge No loot crates! Instead, we're much more into bundles (check the DLC!), and the gem store is more like Animal Crossing where the inventory changes every day. Other than some one-time purchase bundles, there are NO gems for sale! No repeat gems to keep buying. Earn them in-game. Lovingly hand-crafted by a husband and wife team! Each 420 and 69 in the spreadsheets celebrated with a high-five.
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or later
  • Processor: 64bit Intel compatible Dual Core CPU
  • Memory: 32 MB RAM
  • Graphics: VIDEO CARD: DX9 compliant graphics card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Harvest Seasons reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
I Like the Game, but it really needs to be resizable. As soon as this happens, i will probably spend some €. Currently i need to use the Windows Magnifier to play the game.... Also some automization could be possible, but maybe that's against what the developer wants this game to be. Some quality of life features, like mouseover tooltips or scrolling with right mousebutton (instead of left and always having to find an empty spot before) would be appreciated
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Harvest Seasons times a different Kind of a clicker game. But unfortunately the potential was not quite used and you get a free Clicker with Bugs or missing Functions. To get into Full Screen Mode, the Shortcut of ALT + ENTER must be used. (There was no other Way to otherwise move into full Screen.) If you want to go over the Map in which you hold down the left Mouse button (which is normal), it feels so mega strange. It doesn't run so smoothly and feels rather tedious, which ended up taking away the Fun for me. What I also see as a very Negative is the Fact that there are over 400 Achievements. Instead of thinking up more Than 400 Achievements, the Developers would have preferred to have contributed or improved the above two Points.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
First Hour is ok, then it gets boring. You can hardly get into the later Level. The Dungeon simply stops at Lvl 200 if you want to keep playing without it. Even Success Hunters I advise against this Game, 400 sounds good and beautiful, at such a Game. But I have been playing for over 100 Hours and I don't even Have half of it. And now it's only getting really annoying ... The Successes are all structured, collected, built etc and so much ... Partly just unlocked the 1 mio success and then go somewhere in the Trillions or Trillions Range to 50t. ... Also beautiful the sequence of spans. You can accelerate the Extraction of Raw Materials by clicking on it like a Berseker. However, If you have lattled the Mining Bonus to Maximum, you can't even do it, because they are dismantled so quickly that you can't even click anymore. So clearly, Fingers off
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Microsoft from Deutsch
I have to say, even if the Game has been made anything but elaborate (no Story; low Graphics Quality), it still makes quite a bit of fun, at least if you like games like that. There are still a few Things and bugs to add, but they are very small and insignificant. You don't have to expect any more for a completely free Game. You don't need to log in, or save each time, that's reliably done yourself when closing. The only thing I would still want is a Goal. You play the Game and always ask yourself, "What do I actually want to go to now?." You can spread further and further, but that you need a certain Amount of rescourcen to build a Monument, for example, you don't have to, at least I haven't heard of it yet. The Beginning is also a bit slow and ölig ohzne tutorial, but when you've played yourself a bit, it soon starts to get stressful.
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