Doraemon is a futuristic robot cat in the manga of the same name by the late author Fujiko F. Fujio. In Doremon episodes I prefer the stories longer than the odd stories because each episode takes me on a different adventure.
Going to distant lands and planets to discover more new things. After so many years, no matter how many times I read it again, Doremon still gives me a feeling of excitement mixed with a little revival.
And just recently I came across a series of Doremon stories that I have never seen before. Still those familiar faces, still an adventure to a whole new land. The only difference is that it is shown through the game, not on the pages only.
One fine day, Nobita was lying outside the football field thinking about how to do summer homework, and accidentally found a strange seed. He and Doremon didn’t know what kind of tree, so he invited the group to the mountain behind the school to plant them.
Surprisingly, after watering, it immediately germinated and grew into a giant tree. At that moment, a great storm suddenly appeared to sweep the tree and the group of friends into the space-time tunnel.
When they woke up, they found themselves transported to an unfamiliar land. Doremon, while unconscious, was stolen by wild beasts and lost many miraculous treasures, leading to them being stuck indefinitely.
After calming down, the group began to learn about this place. With the help of the residents, they have decided to stay temporarily. My favorite is the sunset on the forest. It reminds me of my childhood when I went back to my hometown to play, somehow feeling strangely peaceful.
Since it’s a simulation management game, our job is to develop the abandoned farm Nobita owns. It is nothing but a wreckage