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Move to the countryside, and cultivate a new life in this award-winning open-ended farming RPG! With over 50+ hours of gameplay content and new Mobile-specific features, such as auto-save and multiple controls options. **Winner of the Golden Joysticks' Breakthrough Award** **Nominee of Game of the Year 2017 - BAFTA Games Awards** --- BUILD THE FARM OF YOUR DREAMS: ■ Turn your overgrown fields into a lively and bountiful farm ■ Raise and breed happy animals, grow a variety of seasonal crops and design your farm, your way ■ Customize your farmer and home! With hundreds of options to choose from ■ Settle down and start a family with 12 potential marriage candidates ■ Become part of the community by taking part in seasonal festivals and villager quests ■ Explore vast, mysterious caves, encountering dangerous monsters and valuable treasure ■ Spend a relaxing afternoon at one of the local fishing spots or go crabbing by the seaside ■ Forage, grow crops and produce artisan goods to cook up as a delicious meal ■ Rebuilt for touch-screen gameplay on iOS with mobile-specific features, such as auto-select to toggle quickly between your farming tools and auto-attack to swiftly take down fiendish monsters in the mines ■ Continue farming from where you last left off with auto-save (even if you close the app!) ■ Play the game your way with multiple controls options, such as touch-screen and virtual joystick ■ Newly Updated Single Player Content - Including new town upgrades, dating events, crops, fishing ponds, hats, clothing, and new pets! Plus more to be discovered... --- “The best version of Stardew Valley is the one you have with you … This game is absolutely incredible, and will not disappoint.” - TouchArcade "Stardew Valley beautifully combines farm simulation with RPG elements to create an intriguing, absorbing rural world." - IGN “Far more than just a farming game... filled with seemingly endless content and heart.” Giant Bomb "Village life has never been so accessible and satisfying" - The Telegraph “Stardew Valley has been the most rich and heartwarming experience I’ve had in a game in years.” CG Magazine --- Note: Features new 1.4 update story content, multiplayer functionality not supported. No in-app purchases.
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If you’re wondering if this is worth the money, trust me, in my opinion it totally is! The soundtrack and art is beautiful! Of course, it’s not for everyone and does require some strategy and patience, but I highly recommend. I had no clue what Stardew valley was before I saw this game pop up on the App Store. I thought it looked pretty interesting so I decided to give it a try.. And oh my gosh, it is GREAT! It’s not the traditional kind of game. There are traditional aspects but it is different from any other games you can play. All of the characters have a lot of depth and thought, the art and design is beautiful, and the world building makes it feel immersed! For a relatively small map and not too many characters, I’ve put dozens and dozens of hours into the game. To be honest, sometimes I need to take some breaks for a few weeks at a time because it can be slow paced at times. But otherwise, there is LOTS of content! It’s not some sort of game that you go through and finish once and then you’re done. Because you can play it many times and there’s still new things to explore. I highly recommend it to anyone who it might appeal to. It is a beautifully done game. And if I were to recommend a few games that you HAVE to play at least once I would recommend this as one of them. I absolutely love it! If you’re someone who is savvy of games that you can play for hours and feel immersed in the world, this it it!
I do adore this game, I have played it on my friends switch for hours on end after them went to bed and even when they were awake. When I herd it was coming to mobile I was stoked, I immediately preordered and the moment it was out I was downloading. I began to play and noticed differences in controls, when I started playing there were three things I would change. Not having to switch between tools, it was in the right place it’s a wonderful mechanic, until your trying to water your crops and you accidentally use your pickaxe and destroy it. Smaller screen, once again in the right place a smaller screen smaller window right? As someone who likes to see more especially with such vast spaces like the woods a bigger area that you can see is preferred, if there were perhaps an option to scale this in any way that would be perfect. Some things take more time, compared to the switch at least. One of the things I loved about the switch was just being able to throw things into the deposit box. When I noticed this ability had been removed I was saddened partly due to inside jokes but mainly because it saved time being able to run by and throw things was easier then having to open a menu and select from there. Anyway those are just three small things I would be so happy if were changed but these things wouldn’t keep me from this game ever. It’s such a fun and immersive game that just steals your attention, it’s fantastic.
I’ve never really written a review for a game before, but I decided that I have to write something for Stardew Valley. When I first bought the game around Thanksgiving of 2019, I had never heard of this game. I was bored, and decided to try it out. I had never seen a game like this before on mobile, and didn’t really have high hopes, so much to my surprise, after the first week of my download, I had put in close to 22 hours into the game. This game is truly unique in its ability to entrance you, and make you feel truly connected to this game. Between the complex NPCs, the music, and the art of the game itself, it gives off a truly peaceful vibe, but also deep messenges that resonate in your soul. Every minute a put into this game feels like time well spent, and I began to do a little reading into this game. It turns out that this game is on steam, and was created by ConceredApe. What was truly remarkable was the fact that he did this by himself, every single thing in Stardew valley was coded and designed by a single man, dedication that you very rarely see anymore. I have grown to love Stardew valley, and plan to get it on steam soon. I hope that the mobile version continues to receive updates like the most recent 1.4.1 version that came out on PC. I would and have recommend this game to anyone who listens, because it’s truly a great, beautiful game.
I love Stardew Valley. I put many (too many) hours into it on PC, and, upon seeing it available on mobile, I decided to try it out. Before I bought it, I noticed how the controls were complained about by many, but I decided that I could work it out. The game overall is a brand new experience, different from most other games. The graphics are a joy to look at, the soundtrack and sound effects are done well enough, and the quests that you can do are seemingly never ending. The ability to not just farm, but to fish, mine, quest, adventure, and socialize makes for a game with so much content that you’ll probably never ship every item in the game. As for the controls, you just have to customize them and adjust to them. Personally, I hated having to click wherever I wanted to go/interact with. So, after a trip to the settings, I was able to make it an invisible joystick with a button. This configuration was that of my dreams. It worked just how I wanted it to, and it allowed me to enjoy the game much, much more. If you are on the fence about getting Stardew Valley, I’d recommend it. It has something for everyone: farming, crafting, mining, fighting, socializing, questing, and more. Stardew Valley is a great game on mobile and just requires some adjustment. I hope I helped.
Don’t get me wrong, I love this game! I have hundreds of hours on the Steam version and I was so hyped for a mobile version coming out. I like how they didn’t produce a washed down version of Stardew Valley and kept it fundamentally the same. But, the controls need to be updated. It’s tapping and holding down to move and use your items. This creates a weird combination of the two especially when you’re fighting in the mines. Your hand is blocking your view of your energy and health bar when you want to mine something, fight, or move somewhere. The slimes are attacking you and it’s hard to fight back given the current controls. The auto fighting option doesn’t help whatsoever. It seems to make it even worse, in my opinion. I suggest adding joystick or buttons of some kind like in RPGs for moving and using items. If the developers don’t like the idea of having that as the automatic controls, there should at least be an option for it. Maybe it’s an iPad thing, but the fishing mini game is so small. It takes up less than half of my screen and is hard to manage. Even the tutorial for the fishing was difficult because of that. I’m sure after a new update comes, all will be fixed and I can’t wait for that. I’ll also change my review to reflect what it is currently. I hope this helps somewhat and if anyone is actually reading this, thank you for your time.
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