Harvest Moon dev announces Project Happiness

"Will warm the hearts of gamers both young and old."

The creator of farming sim series Harvest Moon has announced a new game, currently code-named Project Happiness.

Yasuhiro Wada, the father of the long-running Harvest Moon franchise, is developing the title at his new studio, Toybox.

Harvest Moon developer Natsume is also working on the game, with regular Western publisher Rising Star Games also on board.

Project Happiness "will warm the hearts of gamers both young and old", explained a statement on Natsume's official Facebook page (via Nintendo Life).

The Harvest Moon series has regularly held a home on Nintendo platforms. Natsume plans to reveal more at E3 next week.

Harvest Moon: Frantic Farming.

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