Stardew Valley is a game that never seems to get old and players have gotten to enjoy the game on almost every console - apart from mobile that is. Stardew Valley arrives on iOS on October 24 and can be pre-ordered right now.
"It's the full game, not a cut down version, and plays nearly identically to all other versions", says Barone. PC players who want to make the switch to mobile can transfer their save data via iTunes, but there is a caveat.
Stardew Valley puts players in charge of a dilapidated old farm inherited from the main character's grandfather.
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Subscribe to n3rdabl3 on YouTube! "While the game will launch first on the iOS App Store, The Secret Police are now working on finishing up the Android version, and I hope to give you more news about an exact launch date soon". Courtesy of The Verge, a little more backstory on the game: "Stardew Valley first launched way back in 2016, and the Harvest Moon-inspired title offers a peaceful-yet-engrossing take on running a farm that should be a flawless fit for mobile".
Lastly, there's a new trailer for Stardew Valley below which shows off how certain things like the HUD will look on mobile devices. And you can import save games from Windows PC or Mac. Most notably, you won't be able to play Stardew Valley on your phone with other people, nor will you be able to use any mods (at least on the iOS version). Mods are not supported. Best of all, the game is free from the tyranny of micro-transactions. There is no release date yet for Android. Stardew Valley will be released in the App Store on October 24.
Android owners will have to wait a little while longer, with that versions launch details to follow in the near future.