Unless you're familiar with Stardew Valley, it's an incredibly profound simulation game in which players have the job of taking over a small, failing farm by growing and cultivating plants, raising animals, and making items for sale.
Similar to "Harvest Moon" and "Animal Crossing," players in Stardew Valley can also fight monsters to earn money, win ores, fish, meet city dwellers, and socialize in the city. The game goes through different seasons with different plants and activities to participate in the game throughout the game. So there is always something new and exciting to do.
Stardew Valley offers hundreds of hours of gameplay and there are no in-app purchases. An agricultural simulation may not sound tempting, but Stardew Valley sucks in the players with crop and farm strategies, minimum profit per season, fighting, an infinite list of achievements, and so much more.
The mobile version of Stardew Valley is the full version of the game, "almost identical to all other versions, but with additional touch-based controls that are suitable for iPhone and iPad.
All single player content from patch 1.3 is available, but Stardew Valley for iOS does not support multiple players. If you have already played Stardew Valley on PC or Mac (it was first released in 2016), you can transfer your saved data to iOS using iTunes.
Prior to the launch of Stardew Valley, our sister site TouchArcade scored points with the game and TouchArcade editor-in-chief Eli Hodapp posted an In – tonight much earlier.
According to Hodapp, the Stardew Valley mobile port is "about as good as it gets" compared to the desktop version. It is a full game and although the control system is not "super-ideal", it is still "more than done."
When you tap the screen, your character is moved while you can use a toolbar to change the item you have equipped. Automatic Combat is enabled by default, and when you're within range of an opponent, your character automatically swings. However, it can be "shaky," says Hodapp, when confronted with threatening enemies. Fortunately, there is an option for manual contact.
It's best to play on an iPad because navigating an iPhone can be difficult, but it's doable. All in all, Stardew Valley received TouchArcade 's highest recommendation
This game is so good, it's stupid, and is my most-played game on my switch. As I mentioned in the preview, the best version of Stardew Valley is the one you have with you. Therefore, I would not be surprised if I would play hundreds of hours of the game even with some minor control issues when starting this version. Again, if you're the kind of person who often complains about free games and the lack of depth in mobile games, do not hesitate to place your money where your mouth is and buy Stardew Valley.
Stardew Valley can be purchased on the App Store for $ 7.99. [Direct Link]