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Everything You Need to Know About Harvest Festival in Coral Island

Enjoy the Harvest Festival.
A farmer stands in a Halloween-themed farm
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The easiest way to describe Coral Island is the South Asian version of Stardew Valley. You spend your days on an exotic island, enjoying life and activities and meeting various people. An important part of the gameplay is the festivals. Those are special days with special activities you can partake in.

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Harvest Festival in Coral Island

The festivals are days for celebration. There are various things to celebrate on Coral Island, and festivals’ themes range from seasonal changes to environmental activities. Each season has two festivals, and you will get notifications a few days before. Although you’re not obliged to visit festivals, we highly recommend you to do so. Festivals are a great chance to learn more about the people and culture of Coral Island.

When Does Harvest Festival Begin?

Harvest Festival is the first festival in the autumn, and it begins on the 15th day of fall. On Fall 5th, the player will receive a letter of invitation to Harvest Festival. The letter contains the time and place of the festival and some details about the festival’s display contest.

Where is the Harvest Festival Taking Place?

The Coral Island Harvest Festival is held on Alun-Alun Square, on the east side of the lake, the same area that hosted the Cherry Blossom Festival. In the same manner, it starts with an interaction with the Harvest Festival balloon. Just make sure you’re there after 19:00, or else you won’t be able to trigger the event.

What is There at Harvest Festival?

Opposite the Pufferfish booth at the top of the map is a Harvest Festival Booth. There are several things on sale, such as seeds and fertilizer, and you can get those for discount prices.

The Harvest Display Competition

By putting their agricultural goods in the empty crates at Alun-Alun Square’s far right, players can enter the Harvest Display competition. The player must remember to take back the goods before leaving, as they are not automatically returned after the festival.

To calculate the player’s ultimate score, there are several categories the collection of products is judged by, such as the base price of each item and the quality of each item. To choose a winner and the prizes they will receive, this score is then compared to the score of a competitor farmer for their show.

Apple Bobbing

At the massive washtub to the left of the enormous chicken, the player can start an Apple Bobbing game. The goal is simple: eat as many apples as you can while avoiding rotten apples and their stun effects on players. The first prize is a seedling of an apple tree.

Smashing Pumpkin

No, it’s not the band’s concert. It’s much more literal. A Smashing Pumpkin game can be initiated at the registration desk beside the lake, to the left of the Alun-Alun Square sign. Smash as many pumpkins as you can to earn as many points as you can before time runs out. Combos are made when many pumpkins are crushed in succession. Avoid rotten pumpkins since they break combos and deduct points from the player.

There are several fun activities and places you can interact with during the Harvest Festival. Hope you will enjoy this joyful holiday. For more related content, please check out Coral Island: Cherry Blossom Festival Explained and How to Get All Resources in Coral Island.

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Nenad Grujić

My name is Nenad Grujić and I'm a Staff Writer at GameJournalist. I have decades of gaming and media under my belt, and decades of writing experience. I like to call myself "your favorite ace of all trades", although I specialize in writing, education, voice acting, video editing, and media content creation.

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