Stardew Valley is the game that most of the people wished to have in a mobile format and despite the apparent flaws it still represents one of the smoothest transitions from desktop to mobile. And that only is good enough reason to try it.
Neither of these things will stop me from giving Stardew Valley my absolute highest recommendations. 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, so even with some minor control issues at launch, I wouldn’t be surprised if I also clock in hundreds of hours of play in this version of the game. Again, if you’re the kind of person who often complains about free to play games and the lack of depth in mobile games, do not hesitate to put your money where your mouth is and buy Stardew Valley.
Stardew Valley on iOS is another excellent version of the popular farming title, and while it has its own platform-related peculiarities, it's still very much the same fantastic product, with everything you love about the other versions packed in here. It's a great and affordable way to experience the full game if you haven't already, and while you might get a touch annoyed with its mobile-centric control scheme, it'll still suck you in immediately for the long haul – better settle in.