Stardew Valley originally released in 2016 for Windows PCs, relaxed farming role-playing game is now available for Android. So far, the mobile version of the game was exclusive to iOS after it came to iPhone and iPad last October. For those who keep track, the game is now available on PC, Mac, Linux, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android and even the now-defunct PlayStation Vita.
Apart from the control changes, the mobile version of Stardew Valley is the same game as its console equivalents. The basic goal is to build a farm from scratch by building and investing in more and more expensive crops and livestock. However, there is also a whole city where relationships can be built, and dungeon areas that are looking for high-end equipment and resources.
As with the iOS version of the game, you can import your existing Stardew Valley from the Windows version using the instructions in the game's wiki. It's a much less complicated process on Android. Instead of using iTunes, you simply need to connect your Android device to a PC and copy your saved data to your phone's internal memory.
The Stardew Valley Android Port is available now for $ 7.99. For this award, you get the complete experience, with no microtransactions that make you spend more money.