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Amazing game, but not the best. You can play on any device. But did not like the gameplay loop as much.
This is the first Farming game i've ever played and it's my favourite.
Story. You inherit your grandfather’s farm as his last wish before he says goodbye to the world. After leaving your job to inherit your grandfather's farm, you'll have to leave your town. And reach a new one called Pelican Town.
By the name of it, Stardew valley is mostly about farming. You buy crops, expand your farm. Buy farm animals, meet new people have a relationship with them, and even marry one. Even fishing, you can even fish in stardew Valley. It all started with a man name: Eric Barone. He wanted to make a game that had everything he wanted to see in harvest moon. But the game he made turned out to be a Masterpiece.
The residents of Pelican Town consist of 28 people -PcgamesN. With the newest update adding new stuff to the game.
Stardew Valley is very addictive. I used to play it a few years ago, but after coming back to it. It feels amazing, especially with mods. The Community is still growing and will continue to grow as the game adds more updates. The modding community is growing and growing. Adding more mods. Should you only play with mods once you felt finished with the original game and feel like you want to “restart” stardew valley.
There are different events and festivals in stardew valley and there are certain dates to it. With some being a festival of dancing. If you have a good relationship with someone they might want to be your dance partner. Relationship in this game is pretty cool. The way you increase your relationship with someone to is give them something, when they hate your gift they might hate you. And if you give something they love, your relationship will increase.
To further the relationship, you can marry them, marrying them will make them your wife/husband, and they will live with you. Plus, when you reach Pelican town, you'll have a house. When there's a house, it comes to customizations. You can build stuff and customize your house.
Starting Farm Region: There are different types of starting places you can start. With each having a place of choice for the plants.
- 7 Hilltop Farm - Focus on Mining. Farm. ...
- 6 Wilderness Farm - Focus on Combat. Farm. ...
- 5 Forest Farm - Focus on Foraging. Farm. ...
- 4 Riverland Farm - Focus on Fishing. Farm. ...
- 3 Beach Farm - For the Pros. ...
- 2 Standard Farm - Focus on Farming. ...
- 1 Four Corners - Great for Multiplayer/A Bit of Everything
—The gamer. As shown above. Each is usually preferred.
Seasons: Like in Real life, Some plants can't survive the different seasons, so you have to change the type of crops you want to plant. Each season consists of different plant variations. And at winter. You can't plant anything. You'll have to survive with your farm animal. Earn money, buy new crops and buy animals.
Mining is also something you can do, like i said earlier you can mine. Go to the cave and mine, going deeper and deeper. With each level you go, consist of the stronger enemy and better ores. With the new ores you can craft different stuff for your farm or something else.
If you're on Pc, you can play co-op with your friends. For my experience, i have never tried co-op before. So i can't comment or say anything. But do try it, as It's better to play with friends.
This game can last you hundreds of hours of fun. Farming in stardew Valley isn't boring. It makes the work worth it afterward.
It definitely earns a 10.
I'm hardly a fan of pixellated graphics on anything but I tend to ignore it as I'm blown away at how creative and stylized the gameplay is. Every year you get to experience winter, spring, summer, and fall. Season changes every after 28 days so you need to plan and set your goals. There are so many tasks to keep you interested, mining, farming, fishing, explore, rebuild, socialized, and even building a family, have kids and pets.. just like life.
Fishing can be hard in the beginning, but once you have practiced, it's really easy and fun. External controllers support is compatible with iPega PG-9099 and it really helps me to roam around the Valley. Bugs are tolerable. I only wish the mobile version would have multiplayer support so we could play with other players.
One life lesson that I've learned in this game is, it reminds me to value and manage my time wisely, "Make every second count". Spending money and time with this game, it's all worth it. In short, It's such a wonderful game with a world that feels alive. Recommended, regardless of what genres you like.