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Stardew Valley - Android at Google Play Store for £4.69
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Stardew Valley - Android at Google Play Store for £4.69

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Posted 23rd Dec 2019

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This game doesn't drop in price often frown what I can tell and is something I've wanted to give a try for a while now.

BUILD THE FARM OF YOUR DREAMS:

■ Turn your overgrown fields into a lively and bountiful farm

■ Raise and breed happy animals, grow a variety of seasonal crops and design your farm, your way

■ Customize your farmer and home! With hundreds of options to choose from

■ Settle down and start a family with 12 potential marriage candidates

■ Become part of the community by taking part in seasonal festivals and villager quests

■ Explore vast, mysterious caves, encountering dangerous monsters and valuable treasure

■ Spend a relaxing afternoon at one of the local fishing spots or go crabbing by the seaside

■ Forage, grow crops and produce artisan goods to cook up as a delicious meal

■ Rebuilt for touch-screen gameplay on Android with mobile-specific features, such as auto-select to toggle quickly between your farming tools and auto-attack to swiftly take down fiendish monsters in the mines

■ Play the game your way with multiple controls options, such as touch-screen, virtual joystick, and external controller support.
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Good price for a big game .
Imo it's still more fun to get up on Monday morning for work than play this game , I actively enjoy working more as work at least has a social side and can be fun whereas this (imo) is like work with no one ,at a data entry terminal Still most seem to like it somehow
Love this on pc...how does it translate using a phone interface?
west466423/12/2019 10:47

Love this on pc...how does it translate using a phone interface?


I ended up using a tiny Bluetooth controller in the end but probably due to my man hands and touch screen lol but the actual game is honestly just as great with the game play pretty much the same and the smaller screens make the gfx look better lol
codnan23/12/2019 10:11

Good price for a big game .Imo it's still more fun to get up on Monday …Good price for a big game .Imo it's still more fun to get up on Monday morning for work than play this game , I actively enjoy working more as work at least has a social side and can be fun whereas this (imo) is like work with no one ,at a data entry terminal Still most seem to like it somehow


So you wouldn't be up for some Euro Truck Simulator then?

Seriously though, this is as close to real farming as COD/Battlefield are to real soldiering (even less so).

Edit. I see your issue isn't that you consider it to be a game of a real job, just that you find the whole premise boring.. OK, fair enough.
Edited by: "PurplePerson" 23rd Dec 2019
PurplePerson23/12/2019 12:03

So you wouldn't be up for some Euro Truck Simulator then?Seriously though, …So you wouldn't be up for some Euro Truck Simulator then?Seriously though, this is as close to real farming as COD/Battlefield are to real soldiering (even less so).Edit. I see your issue isn't that you consider it to be a game of a real job, just that you find the whole premise boring.. OK, fair enough.


Yep I really wanted to enjoy it as I had heard great things but it just wasn't for me al all and I completely could not figure out what people loved about it . It really felt like work to me . I even like games like cities , and elite which could be described as job simulators
I got this last year and have barely played it, I must be missing something, but it hasn't grasped me at all.

See people on my friends list on Steam with over 200 hours. :/
codnan23/12/2019 19:27

Yep I really wanted to enjoy it as I had heard great things but it just …Yep I really wanted to enjoy it as I had heard great things but it just wasn't for me al all and I completely could not figure out what people loved about it . It really felt like work to me . I even like games like cities , and elite which could be described as job simulators


Wholeheartedly agree with this. Just couldn't get to grips with why people rate the game so much. Each to their own I guess
Dunno what it it is about the recent farming/mining/job genre but Ive come to find them really good.

They were never really my type of game. Started Stardew a few years ago and just really enjoyed it.

Now Ive done 200+ hrs on Stardew and just 1k'd My Time at Portia in 150hrs.

Looking forward to Anondyne and Moonligher now.

Maybe its just part of getting older? I do admit I love the 8bit/16bit style of games, SV really has a 'Zelda' look to it or maybe thats just nostalgia?
IAmTheDude24/12/2019 14:22

Dunno what it it is about the recent farming/mining/job genre but Ive come …Dunno what it it is about the recent farming/mining/job genre but Ive come to find them really good.They were never really my type of game. Started Stardew a few years ago and just really enjoyed it.Now Ive done 200+ hrs on Stardew and just 1k'd My Time at Portia in 150hrs.Looking forward to Anondyne and Moonligher now.Maybe its just part of getting older? I do admit I love the 8bit/16bit style of games, SV really has a 'Zelda' look to it or maybe thats just nostalgia?


Everything you said, same, except Moonlighter as I had that free from Epic Games and played it and was crushed as I was absolutely rubbish at it but, that was using the mouse, I haven't tried with a controller yet and hoping I can be better at it as I love everything about it. Hope you're way better at it than I currently am
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