The list author says: "I've noticed that some of the other Harvest Moon lists are missing some games so I decided to create my own.(Note: This list does not cover Japanese Harvest Moon games. It only contains the Harvest Moon games available when the list was created.)"
"The first (and only) Harvest Moon game for Playstation 1. There was a girl version in Japan but it never came across the ocean. This game was later remade for Gameboy Advance as "Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town" (boy version) and "Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town" (girl version). Even later, both the boy and girl versions were ported to the PSP as "Harvest Moon: Boy & Girl""
"This is another Harvest Moon game for Gamecube. You can play as a boy or a girl. Your goal is to save the Harvest Goddess by getting musical notes. You get notes for completing various in game tasks such as attending festivals, farming, etc. There are 100 to collect in all (but you don't need all of them to save the Harvest Goddess.)"
"This is the first Harvest Moon game for Gameboy Advance. It is an updated version of "Harvest Moon: Back to Nature" for PS1. Unlike the PS1 version, this game had a girl version released in English called "Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town""
"Another Wii Harvest Moon game. You can play as a boy or a girl. While it is graphically similar to "Tree of Tranquility," it is really it's own game, set in a different town, and with various changes to gameplay."
"Yet another Harvest Moon game for Nintendo DS. You can play as a boy or a girl. The basic premise is to build a successful bazaar for the town. I can't comment on this one too much as I haven't spent much time playing it."
"This is a Harvest Moon game for PSP. It contains both the boy and girl versions of "Harvest Moon: Back to Nature" for PS1. It does not feature any of the additions present in "Friends of Mineral Town" or "More Friends of Mineral Town.""
"This is a somewhat nontraditional Harvest Moon game for Nintendo DS. It combines farming with dungeon crawling. It might sound like a strange combination to some, but I think it works well. You can only play as a boy."
"The third Rune Factory game for the DS but the fourth one ever made (the third one was for the Wii). This game features a main character who can transform into a sheep-like monster. I really can't say much else because I don't own this game yet."
"This Wii game is another title in the "Rune Factory" series of Harvest Moon games. It is not a remake of the Nintendo DS games. The player character is the same as in "Rune Factory" for DS. You can only play as a boy."