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Game Description - Boku no Natsuyasumi Portable (Japan):
Boku no Natsuyasumi Portable (Japan) is a popular PlayStation PSP Video Game and now you can play this game on android using PPSSPP android emulator. Boku no Natsuyasumi (ぼくのなつやすみ, lit. “My Summer Vacation”) is a video game developed by Millennium Kitchen and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation. It is part of the popular Boku no Natsuyasumi series and was released in Japan on June 22, 2000. A PlayStation Portable port was released on June 27, 2006 under the title Boku no Natsuyasumi Portable: Mushimushi Hakase to Teppen-yama no Himitsu!! (ぼくのなつやすみポータブル ムシムシ博士とてっぺん山の秘密!! lit. “My Summer Vacation Portable: The Secret of Dr. Steamy and the Summit Mountain!!”). The port features updated graphics and several new characters.
The game revolves around Boku, a 9-year-old boy sent to his aunt and uncle in Japan’s wooded countryside and the daily adventures he encounters there. Boku is there because his Mother is in her final month of pregnancy. The player controls him for the 31 days of August 1975 (In Japan, a Summer Vacation, called natsuyasumi (なつやすみ) last for one month). You explore the game’s area and can catch bugs and pit them against each other, collect bottle caps, fly a kite, or just relax.
Game creator Kaz Ayabe said that he wanted to create a game that simulates the real world. When development began, Millennium Kitchen handled everything about the game except for programming and sound design. According to Ayabe, Boku no Natsuyasumi’s setting was inspired by the town of Tsukiyono, in the Yamanashi Prefecture of the Chūbu region. The team took many pictures of clouds during the staff’s time collecting references for the game, some of which would go on to appear on the boxart for the Japanese version of Everybody’s Golf 3.
Ayabe stated that originally, the game was planned to be released in the summer of 1999, but Sony’s producers asked the team to add in a fishing minigame, which delayed the game to 2000.