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When a mighty tree situated on an island withers and loses its vim, the Goddess who tends to the tree goes away. Goombye. With the Goddess gone, the vitality of the island droops. Not all is lost however. Assistance in the form of a young lad or lady steams towards the island on a ship. The Koropokuru helper elves of the island charge the protagonist with the task of reviving the Great Tree and in turn, bringing the Goddess home so that everything is hunky-dory again.
Bokujou Monogatari aka Harvest Moon for the Wii is played with both the nunchuk and Wii Remote for a two-handed motion-sensitive experience. To move, swivel the analog stick on the nunchuk and the onscreen character runs around obediently. The farming action takes place a bit later when you're settled but rudimentary actions such as hoeing require a quick up and down motion to stab a wooden hoe into the dirt below. When seedlings sprout, fill your watering can with some water and pour sweet sustenance upon them. The Wii Remote motion to water plants is a tipping move where the Wii Remote is held level to the ground and then pointed downwards as if you were really serving up some water to thirsty flora.