Stardew Valley

4.8 (59.8K)
392.7 MB
Age rating
Current version
Last update
1 year ago
Version OS
10.0 or later
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User Reviews for Stardew Valley

4.83 out of 5
59.8K Ratings
5 years ago, eeeeeeeeeeevie
One of my #1 games!!
If you’re wondering if this is worth the money, trust me, in my opinion it totally is! The soundtrack and art is beautiful! Of course, it’s not for everyone and does require some strategy and patience, but I highly recommend. I had no clue what Stardew valley was before I saw this game pop up on the App Store. I thought it looked pretty interesting so I decided to give it a try.. And oh my gosh, it is GREAT! It’s not the traditional kind of game. There are traditional aspects but it is different from any other games you can play. All of the characters have a lot of depth and thought, the art and design is beautiful, and the world building makes it feel immersed! For a relatively small map and not too many characters, I’ve put dozens and dozens of hours into the game. To be honest, sometimes I need to take some breaks for a few weeks at a time because it can be slow paced at times. But otherwise, there is LOTS of content! It’s not some sort of game that you go through and finish once and then you’re done. Because you can play it many times and there’s still new things to explore. I highly recommend it to anyone who it might appeal to. It is a beautifully done game. And if I were to recommend a few games that you HAVE to play at least once I would recommend this as one of them. I absolutely love it! If you’re someone who is savvy of games that you can play for hours and feel immersed in the world, this it it!
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6 years ago, Tessa Fox
I love this game, minor changes needed for best experience
I do adore this game, I have played it on my friends switch for hours on end after them went to bed and even when they were awake. When I herd it was coming to mobile I was stoked, I immediately preordered and the moment it was out I was downloading. I began to play and noticed differences in controls, when I started playing there were three things I would change. Not having to switch between tools, it was in the right place it’s a wonderful mechanic, until your trying to water your crops and you accidentally use your pickaxe and destroy it. Smaller screen, once again in the right place a smaller screen smaller window right? As someone who likes to see more especially with such vast spaces like the woods a bigger area that you can see is preferred, if there were perhaps an option to scale this in any way that would be perfect. Some things take more time, compared to the switch at least. One of the things I loved about the switch was just being able to throw things into the deposit box. When I noticed this ability had been removed I was saddened partly due to inside jokes but mainly because it saved time being able to run by and throw things was easier then having to open a menu and select from there. Anyway those are just three small things I would be so happy if were changed but these things wouldn’t keep me from this game ever. It’s such a fun and immersive game that just steals your attention, it’s fantastic.
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2 years ago, MooMooo✨✨
THIS GAME IS AWESOME (but one annoying glitch…)
First of all, I would like to say this is the best game ever. There is so much to do and even though I just started playing, I get the sense that I might never run out of content. The characters are interesting and they all make actual sense, which some characters in other games don’t. The characters in Stardew valley don’t contradict themselves, and their ‘heart events’ that reveal more about them are one of my favorite parts of the game, in addition to the forest near the wizard tower. But…for 1 WHOLE STARDEW VALLEY WEEK I was stuck in my house due to some random wilderness golem standing on my doorstep. (I had never seen one before so I had to look this up.) Thankfully I had the sword on me so the first time I went outside I didn’t get instantly killed bc I turned on auto attack. But now I have A LOT of quests, and I’m terrified to be outside my house when I’m not in town because of the wilderness golem thing. Speaking of quests, there are like 3000 fishing related quests and I accidentally threw away my fishing rod. But that’s something I did not something wrong with the game. Aside from the wilderness golem incident and my fishing rod being gone, this game is amazing and I will probably recommend it to everyone I know who owns any electronic device that Stardew is playable on. This game is amazing and whoever created this is an absolute genius because this game is great.
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1 year ago, EliteDawnie
Love the game, but the bugs are frustrating.
I’m just as obsessed with Stardew Valley as the next person. It’s become my hyper fixation again recently. Before, I would play on my phone and just use touch controls. When I heard that switch joycons could be connected to your iPad I was so stoked. I’ve been playing a new save and trying to romance/develop friendships with characters as one does. I got to a cut scene with Sebastian today and as soon as I was tasked with making decisions, the game froze and I was unable to do anything. A refresh of the app just starts the day over, and it’s the same story whenever I tried to go back into the cut scene. It’s super inconvenient as I feel like I’m missing out on some of the story if I just continue the game and try to avoid cut scenes. I’ve also noticed how changing between a consumable and a tool or just any other item too quickly freezes the time and your character. Often you can still switch between items in the inventory but you are unable to use them. A little way I’ve been able to work around that is always carrying a sword and swinging it whenever I’m frozen. That usually makes the game playable again, but it’s kinda irritating. Much love to the team as I know maintaining a game with so much content can’t be easy. I would really appreciate it if these bugs were looked at. Thanks!
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3 years ago, Ellie☕️
oh my actual hecking gosh…this is-
this is amazing! for a farming game you managed to succeed! I already love this game! basically one day i looked at this game and thought : “ah another farming game, i’m probably gonna get more bored and quit” but no! this actually shares a similar concept with animal crossing pocket camp / new horizons! it’s a really good game too! according to the internet, i assume this is a indie game, and you actually managed to succeed for once! i don’t exactly have any issues to say right now, in fact if i had to choose between a terrible graphic and bland story game, or a farming game, i’d choose star dew valley! it is definitely worth the money! i 100% recommend giving it a try, you will not regret it! :D and to top it off, this game has no ads, no issues i’ve ran into so far, and basically, there’s pretty much some things to do here! you can farm, fish, etc! this is gonna be my #1 farming indie game i might play sometimes when i’m bored! so, if your interested in farming / indie games, get this one! i’m sure you won’t regret it for the price, as for ads, there isn’t any at all! for a mobile game, i’d give this 10/ 10! i don’t really have much pet peeves so far! i might learn throughout the game and progress more, but so far, i’m already liking this! i think you really need to give this a try! i 100% recommend!
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2 months ago, dudleyboo
New favorite game!
Update: April 28, 2024 Been crashing more and more even when chopping wood and stones on my farm. I’m on IPad 12 pro max. Few of my friends played this and told me to get it. It was so pixelated I was turned off so it took me a couple months to do it. I’ve been playing for a couple weeks nonstop and it’s my favorite game EVER! But a few things… It always freezes while I’m fighting in the caves, fishing or in the community center so I have to close it out and lose progress. Now, I have to keep saving along the way which is sometimes a pain because i forget some of the things I have done prior to the save whenever it freezes. Also, some of the stories do not play out. For instance, the one with Alex and his dog. It’ll start the story then it just immediately stops. It doesn’t freeze up, the story just cuts off. I now realize when it’s happening so I close it out to trigger it again. I’m sure I have missed out on a couple stories before I realized it was happening which is a total bummer. 🙁 iPad is kind of a pain because we can’t just click on an item to add it to shipping bin and storage, we have to click and drag one by one. I use the bins and storage several times a day since I play all day so it gets tedious and I find myself avoiding it. I play with an Xbox controller and mouse. That’s all I can think of for now. Otherwise, it is the best game ever!!
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3 years ago, Apryl's iPad
This game keeps yanking me back in!
This game stardew valley was a huge success. It is my main game along with Minecraft and fortnite. This game somehow has a simple, even magical feel sometimes, and that’s how this game keeps me sane during the coronavirus pandemic, and I’m giving this game a 5 star rating because I love it. But I do have a question. Don’t parsnips grow in winter and spring? Also, I can’t figure out how to fix the old town center or whatever the little shack is. Oh, nevermind. Just thought of a way that just might work. Do you have to complete the little sets of items on the tree with presents? I don’t know. But overall, I give it five stars because it is addicting, you can work at your own pace, and it gives you something to focus on other than school and reading and homework. This is just so fun! It’s definitely worth every penny you spend on purchase. Because, doesn’t it cost money? But also, I have only caught one fish 🐟 out of the many times I have gone fishing. I caught a smallmouth bass, and nothing else. Is this a bug, or am I just really unlucky? Or did I do something at the beginning, because I don’t remember if there was anything on fish in the settings where you start your file. Also, it needs more of an ending than, grandpas ghost. We need something with more longitivtiy to it. Something more interesting. Goodbye, and have a great day!
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5 years ago, Xio5754433
Why I Play
I’ve never really written a review for a game before, but I decided that I have to write something for Stardew Valley. When I first bought the game around Thanksgiving of 2019, I had never heard of this game. I was bored, and decided to try it out. I had never seen a game like this before on mobile, and didn’t really have high hopes, so much to my surprise, after the first week of my download, I had put in close to 22 hours into the game. This game is truly unique in its ability to entrance you, and make you feel truly connected to this game. Between the complex NPCs, the music, and the art of the game itself, it gives off a truly peaceful vibe, but also deep messenges that resonate in your soul. Every minute a put into this game feels like time well spent, and I began to do a little reading into this game. It turns out that this game is on steam, and was created by ConceredApe. What was truly remarkable was the fact that he did this by himself, every single thing in Stardew valley was coded and designed by a single man, dedication that you very rarely see anymore. I have grown to love Stardew valley, and plan to get it on steam soon. I hope that the mobile version continues to receive updates like the most recent 1.4.1 version that came out on PC. I would and have recommend this game to anyone who listens, because it’s truly a great, beautiful game.
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11 months ago, LavipMizu
Great game. Very addictive, however..
I love this game. It’s taken my full attention for weeks, now going on months and eventually years. It’s a great game. It’s very addictive and hard to let go of, however, there’s a bug with the fishing line that gets on my nerves. So much so that I avoid fishing unless I’m in desperate need of ‘G’. It happens at random, too. I would get a bite, catch the fish, then afterward the reeling sound will still play. You can exit back to the title and the sound will still be there, which means you have to completely close the app and reopen it to make it go away. This bug can happen at any time when you catch a fish and there’s nothing that can stop it unless you restart the game once more. It’s very annoying because I’ll have to save where I’m at then close the app just to make this sound go away. I could be mining, foraging, at a festival, or in the middle of dialogue and the glitched reeling sound will play indefinitely till I restart my game. I’ve read there’s no known solution on a wiki, so to my knowledge this problem has been going on for a while and hasn’t been patched just yet. I’m asking this gets fixed asap. Of course, take all the time it needs because game coding and all that takes a lot of time and effort. But this bug is very inconvenient and can ruin someone’s gameplay entirely just because it’s that annoying.
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4 years ago, 80TheCubeyCat
Best Game Ever.
I usually never give reviews, but Stardew Valley is just too good not to review. First let’s start with the graphics and the music. The graphics are good, and very smooth. It never lags. The music is all wonderful, especially the summer music. Now let’s talk about the storyline. You inherit your grandfather’s old farm, and there’s a community center you need to save. It sounds simple, but there’s more to the storyline. The community center is inhabited by little forest spirits called junimos. They look like cute apples with arms and legs, and if you give them things, they will fix parts of town that mayor Lewis is too lazy to fix. There are also many npcs, and they each have their own stories, and you can even marry some of them. The gameplay is really fun. It’s so addicting that I clocked over 100 hours on one of my games. You basically just get up, plant and water your crops, sell them once their fully grown, and fish and mine while you wait for them to grow. You can also upgrade your tools and unlock new areas. There are also festivals you can go to, and you can also try to complete the community center(or sell your soul to Joja). There’s so much to do, and lots of fun secret features and Easter eggs for you to find. Overall, I rate this game 10/10 stars. It’s amazing, and if you haven’t already, you should definitely try it.
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3 years ago, LunarahMoon
Cute, fun, relaxing and addictive!
I absolutely LOVE this game. Meeting and getting to know all of the villagers in Pelican Town and the valley beyond, offers challenges and fun little rewards that keep me coming back for more. There’s a general attitude of kindness, community and empathy in this cool little pixelated paradise, not to say there isn’t a bit of drama here and there. There are lots of surprising “Easter eggs” and fantastic little prizes to be found allllll over the place! I really enjoy the immersive “cut scenes” that are sprinkled throughout the gameplay. I absolutely recommend this game to anyone who enjoy collections and achievement based games. It’s full of whimsy and such a lovely way to take some time to relax and enjoy the seasons changing and follow the progression of the storyline. I was introduced to “Star Dew” a few years ago on my desktop computer where I’ve been playing ever since on the “Steam” platform. I am so delighted that now I can take my favorite, relaxing little game with me on my I-pad when I travel or I’m chilling out, away from my computer. BUT....HEY DEVELOPERS! When will some of the new and exciting content I’ve been enjoying on my desk top be added to the I-pad version? I play this game daily. It’s soothing and really helps me wind down from all the stresses of everyday life. Ah.....Pelican Town!
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4 years ago, RattSack559
One of my favorite indie games of all time
Seeing how I love farming in Minecraft I thought this would be a good fit. I quickly learned that this game may look like just a farming game but it is definitely way more that. This game has a very casual complexity. From dungeon diving and killing monsters to raising farm animals and making mayonnaise all while repairing the town. This game will make you feel like every second counts and there is well enough to keep you busy. I find this game very therapeutic mostly because I get to move at my own pace and the only times I get upset are because of my own actions. There also is some strategy to this game with the seasons changing every 30 days. Choosing a crop that’s in season and cost efficient yet rewarding to harvest in a timely manner is crucial to your farms success. There are so many things to do aside from farming like donating things you find to the museum then there’s rebuilding the old community center and last but not least uncovering the secrets that lie within stardew valley. This game is a blast all around and I would recommend everyone play it at least once. I played it on my computer and loved it so much I bought it on my phone and it plays exactly the same. If you looking for a game where you can put on some music and relax then this is definitely your game.
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3 years ago, I Review Things I Suppose
Takes Getting Used To
I love Stardew Valley. I put many (too many) hours into it on PC, and, upon seeing it available on mobile, I decided to try it out. Before I bought it, I noticed how the controls were complained about by many, but I decided that I could work it out. The game overall is a brand new experience, different from most other games. The graphics are a joy to look at, the soundtrack and sound effects are done well enough, and the quests that you can do are seemingly never ending. The ability to not just farm, but to fish, mine, quest, adventure, and socialize makes for a game with so much content that you’ll probably never ship every item in the game. As for the controls, you just have to customize them and adjust to them. Personally, I hated having to click wherever I wanted to go/interact with. So, after a trip to the settings, I was able to make it an invisible joystick with a button. This configuration was that of my dreams. It worked just how I wanted it to, and it allowed me to enjoy the game much, much more. If you are on the fence about getting Stardew Valley, I’d recommend it. It has something for everyone: farming, crafting, mining, fighting, socializing, questing, and more. Stardew Valley is a great game on mobile and just requires some adjustment. I hope I helped.
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4 years ago, shasha1111
Best game ever
This is seriously the best game I’ve ever played. I can’t stop telling people about it. The amount of challenges and things to conquer seemed limitless. The cut scenes as relationships progress were so fun and great for getting to know the townspeople better. Learning how to make the most money by growing and upgrading the best crops was fun and challenging and earning and building all of the equipment was so rewarding, especially when they kept making farming life easier and streamlined. Getting a horse was the best, I got around town so much faster. Eventually I bought the Return Sceptor, loved that and the warp totems...Getting married and having kids. How fun was that?! I even divorced my first husband. Trying to get to floor 100 in Skull Cavern was such a challenge and I loved preparing for it. It took me a few days to get everything I needed for the trek which was unsuccessful. So a few days later I tried again and made it. I was so excited! Completing all of the bundles to upgrade the community center and movie theater was tough in the best way possible. Having to work for these rewards was well, so rewarding! I want to go on and on but I’ll stop. I have just about done all there is to do in Stardew Valley and I am so sad! Now what?! I feel like I’ll never find a game like this again
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4 years ago, ayyyyyyy i liketurdlez
Really great! Just a few suggestions
So I’d like to start off by saying I really enjoy this game! I love how most of the time there’s something to do and it’s never boring! I also love how every character has their own personality and backstory. One thing I hope to see added is multiplayer. I have two friends with this game but they have it on Xboxes so they can play together but since I’m on mobile, I can’t. Another thing is I wish it saved more. There was one time I had about 2 to 3 thousand coins worth of stuff that I collected in my inventory but I had to go and when I came back I had to restart the day and I lost it. It’s not a huge problem but something that could make a small difference. One last thing is I wish getting the nursery house expansion were cheaper. After I got married I wanted a kid but it’s so much money and the game got pretty slow for a while. Eventually I gave up on getting a kid and just did other stuff like collect items for the community center and stuff. The game itself is pretty expensive and I see why you don’t have in app purchases but maybe there should be an easier way to get money? Or lower the prices of things like the furniture and wallpaper catalogs, and of course the nursery? Like I said before I absolutely adore this game and think it could be super fun to play with friends if given the option! Thank you!
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4 years ago, KittyKat1400
Love the game. But needs bug fixes.
I would give this game a 5/5 rating if it weren’t for the fact that it has a few bugs that need to be squashed. So, whenever I go to a new location/building sometimes my game will get super laggy, freeze, then crash. Then the day is reset and I have to do the day all over again and it gets REALLY annoying. I was going to overlook this as it only happens about once every 15 in-game days, but there was a day I went into the skull cavern and got 36 Omni geodes (it was a really lucky day)! I was so happy and was going to spend it on artifact troves, then, when I leave the mine and go into the desert’s main part, my game did this. (Again it happens fairly frequently, this time just really annoyed me) So I had to do the day over and only got 25 Omni geodes. This is just a pain and should be fixed. Now, this is a smaller one, but annoying none the less. So I go to the skull cavern a lot, and I use bombs to clear the floors. Sometimes it will till dirt in the cavern and things like clay, gold and ancient seeds will come out of the ground. Now I am able to collect the clay and gold. But when I pick up ancient seeds they don’t show up in my inventory. This is a smaller one, but I would still like to be able to pick up ancient seeds and have them in my inventory afterwards. Edit: in this save I have gave logged 191 hours (on year 4)
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6 years ago, _Tenpura_
Awesome, but Flawed
Don’t get me wrong, I love this game! I have hundreds of hours on the Steam version and I was so hyped for a mobile version coming out. I like how they didn’t produce a washed down version of Stardew Valley and kept it fundamentally the same. But, the controls need to be updated. It’s tapping and holding down to move and use your items. This creates a weird combination of the two especially when you’re fighting in the mines. Your hand is blocking your view of your energy and health bar when you want to mine something, fight, or move somewhere. The slimes are attacking you and it’s hard to fight back given the current controls. The auto fighting option doesn’t help whatsoever. It seems to make it even worse, in my opinion. I suggest adding joystick or buttons of some kind like in RPGs for moving and using items. If the developers don’t like the idea of having that as the automatic controls, there should at least be an option for it. Maybe it’s an iPad thing, but the fishing mini game is so small. It takes up less than half of my screen and is hard to manage. Even the tutorial for the fishing was difficult because of that. I’m sure after a new update comes, all will be fixed and I can’t wait for that. I’ll also change my review to reflect what it is currently. I hope this helps somewhat and if anyone is actually reading this, thank you for your time.
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4 years ago, betchious
Soo let me start off by saying I absolutely love this game, and have been playing it for moooonths and still love it with all of my people in it .. though, I do have a few ideas that are just minor suggestions I’m sure a lot of people could benefit from [no I won’t put anything crazy like infinite money each day] but when you marry someone, you’ve already put so much work into that character, you deserve a lil more than a kid and your animals being fed by your partner (when you have auto feed?) every couple of days or months and stuff... so I was playing and thought, wow, what if we could actually do something in that little room my partner added? For example, if you marry Emily, it would be cool for her to build the tailoring set, and if you marry Abigail, it would be also cool for her to bring a game set (like that one in the saloon).. (I’m sure there are things the guys can bring too..) Ps. So it’s kinda clear Clint is into Emily, but if you marry her who is Clint left with..? Will he just be single forever? He’s kinda like a mystery, and I think he would be a good marriage option. I’m not saying it’s that needed because you’ve already designed everything but it’s an idea........
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6 years ago, JenniPoP
Great, still some bugs
I’ve got the played this game for a while on my Mac and love it. Moving it to iOS is amazing, as I rarely have time to sit down with my computer and play, so getting a day or two in here and there in between real life is GREAT! However, there’s still a few bugs. The Spring Easter Egg hunt was a bust, it wouldn’t let me collect any eggs! I saw them everywhere, but I couldn’t click on them or walk through them, they just stayed. The controls take a little getting used to, and battling in the mines isn’t very user friendly with the controls. It definitely doesn’t work like a point and click on the computer. I’m glad they’ve added the ability to aim your cast when fishing, as sometimes the bubbles appear on a diagonal from any standing point with no way to reach them! Hopefully this helps. I am happy to see this game mirrors the full version in every way (so far), as I’ve been a huge fan for ages! There hasn’t been any real games like this for iOS so I’m ecstatic! Please just fix the Easter Egg Hunts, and make the battle controls a little more accurate! Auto-fighting is terrible, you can’t back away because you get hit, however slime balls just do constant damage while you auto swing at the wrong time. Manual isn’t much better, as it seems to have a lag, unlike the point and click of the Mac version.
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4 years ago, Mike11W
Please fix egg hunt bug
New player to Stardew Velley playing one IPhone X. Firstly, not sure how the UI is scaled but the automatic values leave an orientation pretty much only playable on one side view. It would be great if either the UI scaling was simpler instead of many settings or if it could auto configure better. Moving onto the bigger problem I am 13 days in and already encounter a bug that makes part of the game literally unplayable, being namely the egg hunt. The first time I loaded in my game just completely crashed. I annoyingly reloaded and reduced zoom and waited to go back into the egg hunt which didn’t crash the second time. However, what just makes this event so sad is that certain eggs just cannot be picked up at all. I have reloaded and attempted the event multiple times, changing zoom values close and far not touching them during the event clicking on the eggs from multiple directions but some just cannot be picked up at all making an already heavily time restricted event literally impossible when at least a third of the eggs just cannot be collected. Seeing the first event already being broken leaves a pretty sour taste and expectation for the other events that will happen later. Please fix this problem and possibly other events that are broken or poorly done by the mobile port, because this is otherwise a fun game.
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4 months ago, sunflowergirl14
I have this game on my Nintendo switch, and i downloaded it on my iPad. I LOVE this game in all and it’s awesome but since the mobile version came out it started to lag sometimes, and one of the most common ones is my screen will randomly just go black and since the game only saves when you sleep, if the screen goes black I have to close out of the game and start the whole day over again. This is very frustrating especially when you’ve made a lot of progress that day and you have to start all over again. Another thing that happens is when I view my animals “status” sometimes it will glitch and won’t let me x out of it, then i have to leave and start the day over again when i come back. Although this only happens sometimes and not very often, it’s very annoying when it does. It does not do this on my Nintendo switch so I think it’s only because it just came out on mobile. Please fix this so i can have a more enjoyable experience in Stardew valley! Other than that I ABSOLUTELY LOVE the game. It’s very fun and engaging and I mean this. Everything that happens in the game is very intriguing and there are some cliff hangers. It feels like a never ending story where there is no limit to what u can discover! THANK YOU TO THE CREATORS OF STARDEW VALLEY! <3
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6 years ago, CosineGod
Amazing Game, Fantastic Port, But Not Perfect.
I don’t think I’ve ever played a game as captivating as Stardew Valley. It is a game I can sink hours into the gameplay cycle, yet it fails to get repetitive. As a long time fan of Stardew Valley, I’ve always thought it would make a fantastic iOS game. That finally came to fruition today with the official App Store debut. The game looks especially gorgeous on the iPhone XS’s display. After spending two hours with the game already, there is little to complain about. Though the automatic tool switching truly makes this port a dream, it’s a completely different control scheme. I did not find it immediately intuitive, and I am still trying to adjust to it making a lot of unintended moves. I would like to see this potentially optimized as one of my biggest gripes is that the ‘drag and follow’ control for movement can get tedious when switching between screens or just simply navigating around. Either adding an alternative control scheme or further optimizing the existing one would fix this. The game is equally as great as ever, and my complaints about the game are far too minimal to deter me from playing the game. I cannot wait to dive further into this game once more, and I would highly encourage everyone else to do so.
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6 years ago, Dulalumim
Great on the go version of the game!
I love Stardew Valley and have played way too many hours on both the PC and Switch versions. When I heard it was coming to iPhone I was over the moon. Because of the transfer to touchscreen, expect major control changes. For example, you can now choose to autoattack in the caves which works but still could use some tweaking. Some changes actually make the game easier to play such as the auto navigation feature when you click somewhere you want to go around an obstacle and the auto switch to the correct tool when you are chopping trees or cutting grass. One annoying thing about the game is the lack of autosave meaning if you put the game down for too long it will shut down and make you restart the day. But looks like a new update just came out which fixed this problem so we’ll see how that goes. Overall, if you’re a fan of the original game this is a great miniature, on the go version that will keep you entertained for hours on end. It’s still going through some control changes and hopefully will be a smoother experience in the future. Hopefully they will be able to bring the new beta changes with multiplayer support in the future!
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3 years ago, SarahhhhLove101
Stardew Valley is best game I’ve ever played 👏🏻
All in all, Stardew Valley is so well-rounded, immersive, and fun that I literally spend hours playing every time I log on. This game lacks in nothing. So if you’re on the fence about spending $5 on this game, take my word for it that it is so worth it. You can pretty much do anything you want in this game. You can marry any of the bachelor/ bachelorettes (there are 12) depending on who you like best; you can upgrade the houses and tools, and buy the additional farm buildings ALL IN YOUR OWN TIMING. There is no rush to do anything in this game! I’ve nearly gone through the entire in-game year and still haven’t bought my first chicken coop (which is a quest given in the very beginning). You figure out your own money strategies depending on what you like doing and what works for you; I’ve figured out how to make foraging work for profit, and I’m working on better strategies for farming. P.s. I feel like I should also note as a fun fact, that this indie game was created entirely by one person. So every detail you’ll see while playing this all came from the mind of one person, which makes it even more amazing that it already is. 👏🏻🤍
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3 years ago, BigBoy.7.2
Buy this game worth every penny!
I’ve only ever written a review once but this game deserves a review so here we go. First off I love this game, I’ve been playing for about two years now and at the start I wasn’t sure I wanted to buy a game for $7 especially a farm game, but this game is way more than just farming. I wasn’t the biggest fan at the start I really thought I would be stuck farming the whole time but I realized that after a few days everything is ready and is super easy to understand. I tackled mining then fishing then farming at the same time unlocking special items and fun little simulations. I later got married and enjoyed the dating and setup but was disappointed with only a few date options (they added a update that gave multiple more date options.) the story doesn’t end in 3 days guys I’m still playing going on 2 years and I’m only half way through. Every skill, every clip, every item, every challenge, just everything in general I love and I 100% recommend this game. To this day I never regret spending $7 for a game on my phone. Thank you for putting this on Nintendo switch, pc, and phone. I love this game, 5 stars, thank you 🙏🏻
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2 years ago, ams15647
GOD. If you can hear me…HELP!!!
OMG! I just bought this game 3 days ago and I can’t stop playing. Turn the phone off and can’t stop thinking of stuff too do so turn it back on to do it. I love this game! Y’all did great making this game. It feels like I’m in my own little community while I’m playing. So comfortable and easy to understand. I stopped buying games cause I’d pay 15 or 20 dollars for a game and after I got it,just after a few hours of playing I end up hating it and wishing I could get a refund but this game? This game is worth a lot more than 4.99. This is a very nice and relaxing game. So if I could give it 20 stars I would. This is a once in about a year buy. Don’t find many games worth more than it cost and this is one of them. Worth every single cent invested in it. I just have 1 question if anyone knows. How do I fill my water container so I can water my plants more and how do I upgrade tools? My ax isn’t strong enough to get rid of tree stumps and I can’t figure out how to make it stronger but like I said,I’m only 2 days into the game but I really enjoy this game. I would highly recommend getting this game!! But that’s just my opinion anyway.
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4 years ago, HappyGoLuckyJJ
So good 😘😘
A masterpiece! The music is golden, the characters all have unique personalities, and honestly, I have grown to feel genuinely connected to each and every one of them in their own special ways, as silly as it sounds. The art is so beautiful and classy, and honestly, the plot is never rushed, every single minor detail thought of, I just cannot express how well the love and effort put in by the producers shines through. Worth every penny, would buy this a million times over, 10/10 would recommend. I lose interest in most games astonishingly quickly, but I have a rare and positive feeling that this precious little gold mine of emotions and fun will stay firmly in my heart for a lifetime. Never thought I would feel this way about a game. Stardew Valley exceeds every expectation I have ever had. You can regain every bit of energy in a second, and it lasts really long, so you can actually play this for literally hours. Addicting and enlightening. I’m not even getting paid to write this, I just needed to express my gratitude for this beautiful work of art. Sincerely, an extremely satisfied 12-year old customer, started this game yesterday. 🥳🥳
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5 years ago, 1jdien-9
Amazing game
I downloaded this game a few days ago and I’ve been loving it since. I always wanted the PC version but don’t like playing games like this on pc since I don’t use it as much, so this game being on the phone is so handy for me. If you play animal crossing this game has a very similar concept, but looks different and gives you more creativity and more things to do in terms of farming. Instead of being forced to play every day and one day lasting a whole day the game uses a different concept. The day starts when you play and you can play as many days as you’d like in a sitting. Days only last around 20 mins so its not very time consuming. Stores are open at select hours and there are many activities limited to time too. Every season consists of 28 days and there are certain things that you can grow/ do in each season. It’s not as easy as animal crossing, though. Fishing is very challenging, it takes way more planning out because you can run out of energy and most plants will die when the season chances, becoming friends with the others isn’t easy either. Overall I think this is a better version of animal crossing and think that it’s worth the 8$
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6 years ago, blueprintking
Amazing game
Stardew Valley is one of the greats and put a lot of time in the game on Xbox but now I can play the new 1.3 update since it came with the game for mobile which is awesome and surprising :). The only downfall of the game though is that even though the game is so fun and amazing the game is still kinda small like you can still get hundreds of hours into the game but to do everything doesn’t take long at all so putting hundreds of hours into the game is honestly a waste of time because once you do it all then you Should be done like ya you can load your farm up with expensive items but there’s not much of that in all honesty. I love the game so much but there needs to be so much content of items in the game because this game is perfect for that and it’s meant for a ton of items since it’s a grindy game obviously. Anyways the game gets a 5 stars because it truly is amazing but I thought I’d give an honest review on what the game really does need since I’ve played the game for so long that it would be dumb for me to leave a review like it’s my first time playing lol. I just love content in games that have lots of it and Stardew Valley does have enough of it but needs so much more
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6 years ago, Jutesbootii
Masterpiece game with one big problem
I’ve played the heck out of the PC version of the game and was ecstatic that I can now play it on my phone whenever and wherever. However, the mobile version has one major flaw: the controls. The control system is a kind of “point-and-click” system where you tap a grid-square not only to move, but to do an action as well. This control system is OK when it comes to building and farming, but mining and the skull cavern are a different story. I wish I had a nicer way to put it, but the point-and-click controls completely ruin the game once you hit the mines. The mines are essential in progressing in the game, but with the controls as they are now, it is EXTREMELY difficult and frustrating to go spelunking. Killing mobs takes ages with both auto attack and manual attack. Auto attack constantly spams mobs out of range and manual attacking takes a long time to maneuver and attack without getting hit. Moving around is just way too difficult to do with current controls. It is clunky and annoying to use. In my opinion, the controls ruin the rest of the game. Adding a joystick or something of the sort will definitely improve the experience, but right now, all you can efficiently do is maintenance of save files you’ve moved over from your PC.
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4 months ago, v_is_for_vincent
The best, hands down!
Right, I purchased this game on Steam as a test, since I’d been hearing so much about it and it was on sale and I was bored. iPad/iPhone games never took off with me because 90% percent are just cheap money grabs, so I didn’t really expect anything except title screen before the “purchase x to get more out of your experience!”, followed by a quick uninstall. This game was the BEST PURCHASE I’VE EVER MADE!!!!! NO MICROTRANSACTIONS! I DON’T NEED TO HAVE WIFI! Been playing just the vanilla version on iPad for ages and it goes where I go! I can farm, fish, raise animals, mine for ore/gems. NEVER BEEN ASKED FOR ONE CENT APART FROM THE PURCHASE PRICE! Wish for some tweaks here and there, but I’m just being picky (like having multiple pets, both cats and dogs). Loved this game so much I purchase on pc and iPhone. No, I am not a paid shill. Yes, there should be a statue to ConcernedApe on every devs desk. For a small studio (I think it’s just a three people studio?) this is incredible! Eagerly waiting for more content to drop and happily buying merch, which I hardly ever do. I pity the fool who hasn’t tried this game yet! 20/10, would purchase in VR if I could!
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2 years ago, E. Grace
Rarely ever do I buy or play games but this one is worth it.
If you were a fan of Harvest Moon, this is just like it but better. There’s a lot to do and man different ways you can play the game and customize it to make it your own. Crops are very easily grown and difficult to kill (a big problem in the HM games). There are a lot of villagers with different stories, though I will say I’m disappointed in the male marriage candidates. Oh well. I’m currently on Year 3 and the game is still great fun, for me and for my kiddos. My biggest problem is every once in a while the game will suddenly crash, usually at the worst times: like the busy day at the start of a season or when I’ve gotten so far in the mines that day. A more minor bug is the Secret Notes - the background gets cut off at the bottom, making them hard to read completely upon finding them. I do wish the updates to iOS came faster (eagerly waiting for Ginger Island!!!) but all in all, I’m thoroughly enjoying it. My kids and I are very invested in the story and all the potential candidates. I see us playing this game for a while! I hope the crashing gets fixed and I am very excited for Ginger Island!
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5 years ago, RenneHeirsciene
I love this game so much, it’s so easy to spend countless hours playing it! I especially love how similar it is to the pc version. When I first found out that this was on the AppStore, I got really excited because I remember watching some play throughs of the game. Now for the price of the game, it’s very reasonable considering how many things you can do in your list/world. The only problem I see with this game is that there is no goal to the game, like a storyline. I found myself constantly looking up what to do on it because I didn’t know what to do and was bored. I know this is a lot to ask the developer but I realize that I can get bored very easily with this game. I think a storyline or a certain goal at the end would definitely fix a lot of people’s boredom and give them something to look forward to at the end. If you are reading this developer, thank you for reading it and if you don’t want to make a story line, that’s fine. It’s just something I see the game is lacking and I hoped could be helped. Thanks so much for letting this game come to IOS, I still love this game a lot despite me getting bored with it.
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11 months ago, mokongddm
Amazing game, but not for mobile
I enjoy this game very much and it’s one of my favorites of all time. I first played this game on my laptop in 2020 with a controller and it was very smooth. Controls were complete and easy and it only crashed like twice in my 200+ of gameplay. However I bought the game for my iPad with PS4 controller just now (August 2023) and it was a huge downgrade. Controls are not the same and as complete as the one I have for my laptop. You still need to use the touchscreen to do other things, and yet there are still some controls that aren’t available (like extracting just one item from the inventory, like if I only wanted one piece of wood from my pile of 999 wood from the chest). It also crashes very frequently, from the start screen, to processing geodes, sometimes it hangs while saving the game and so I would need to do the whole day all over again. I’m pretty sad about that, I thought I could enjoy this game on a lighter gadget. I still love this game with all my heart but it seems that I’ll have to go back to using my laptop to play. Please get this game, it’s one of the best, just not on the iPad at the very least.
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6 years ago, Puglove10🐶
I’ve always wanted to play Stardew Valley, but never had a platform that could support it. So when I heard there was an app, I scrounged up $8 to get it as soon as it came out. This game is absolutely everything I’ve ever wanted. I love the control setup, and I enjoy the tap or drag to walk. It’s been easy to advance in the game, and I’m already in the fall, with plenty of upgrades, One things I’ve been having issues with is what I’d like to call the “glitch disease”, because it continues to spread. The library/museum was the first victim. When I go inside, everything is super slow and characters glitch across the rooms and text pops up in chunks instead of flowing smoothly, so I can’t put any artifacts in there because of the glitches. Then, sadly, the clinic became the next victim. It gets annoying when I’m trying to give Harvey gifts, and I have to glitch my way behind the counter. Then my most recent victim is the carpenter’s shop/Robin and Demitrius’s home. I tried to get some upgrades and buildings and it took 2x the time. Besides this “disease”, this game is absolutely amazing and I don’t think I’ll ever quit playing it!
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6 years ago, Me1172
About 3 hours after a new bug was introduced it was fixed
UPDATE: the planting is fixed, I love everything and find combat and fishing a bit annoying but more of a new challenge then anything else. So I love this game on Xbox and pc but the mobile version still needs some work. I was planting seeds and farming happily until the summer season started and then suddenly none of the seeds (I was trying to plant melons and peppers) would plant... it isn’t me I don’t think because I could plant until the start of summer and I have played so many times on other devices and never had this problem but I hope it’ll be fixed soon. (The game was also updated to fix a different bug in between when it was working and when it wasn’t, so that may be a part of it.) aside from this fishing is challenging but I’m sure I just need to get used to it and the arcade games and combat need a bit of tweaking because the controls are annoying. I know that’s a lot of criticism but overall is still find myself playing for frequently because it’s just such a wonderful game!!! Keep it up guys🙂
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6 years ago, Ablooblooblah
Great game but stabilization needed!
I had Stardew Valley for my PC and absolutely loved it! I played it way too much and it was/is one of my favorite games so when I saw it was coming out for the iPhone, I freaked a little bit. Don’t get me wrong, I am IN LOVE with this game on a mobile platform. It really is good to play while I’m waiting for a doctor’s appointment or in between my classes and then be able to quickly close it and then come back later! This is one of those games that is amazing for phones, because sometimes I just want to play for 10 or 15mins at a time. However, it does need some stabilization improvements. Perhaps it’s just where I am currently, but the last 3 times I’ve gone into the cave to do spelunking, the game has crashed. It wouldn’t be that annoying but I lost about 20 floors of progress the first time and about 10 the second and third time. At this point, it’s just annoying more than anything else. Even then, I still love this game and would EASILY give it 5 stars if not for the game crashing hiccups. This game is amazing on the iPhone in every way, shape, and form. If you’re on the fence on whether to get it or not, I would highly recommend it!
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6 years ago, someone whos tired
Love this game but a few problems
I love Stardew Valley and I was super excited for this port!! It controls super nicely for the most part but there are a few areas where it’s lacking. 1. When using the water can, you press and hold so it can water more spaces. It’s really hard to position your character so it waters the right spaces. I found that using it actually wasted time instead of saving it, which doesn’t happen on pc. For the most part this seems like something that can only be remedied by a joystick type control. 2. The sleeping to save works well on pc because when you sit down to play, you know your gonna be playing for a while and saving isn’t a big deal. But on mobile..... it works.... poorly... I never know when I’m gonna get a phone call or have to leave the app to text someone and loose all my progress for that day or I’m in public and something else needs my attention. This game desperately needs a save button. It just makes it frustrating when you leave the app for a moment and everything’s gone! Overall this port is great. The good definitely outweighs the bad. I’m excited to see the changes that come in the future!
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4 years ago, SquaredSpoon685
Amazing game, but it crashes all the time
Would be five stars, but recently it has started crashing all the time. I can barely get through one day without it crashing and me having to redo the day. Sometimes it lets you start over from where you were if you open the app quickly enough, but usually I have to start over the day, which is super frustrating. I see that other people are having the same problem, which tells my it’s not just my device not being able to run it. All that aside, I absolutely love this game. I own it on mobile as well as playstation, and love and enjoy both. Its a wonderfully made game that usually doesn’t have any problems. You get dropped in a world where your goals are to fix up your grandfather’s old farm, befriend the townsfolk and overall, just make the town a better place. It’s a very relaxing and fun game and I would highly recommend it to anyone who loves RPG games. I love this game, and I sincerely hope that someone will see this rating, and that this bug or whatever it is can be fixed, because if it isn’t, I cannot continue to relive every day over and over until it decides to not crash.
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3 years ago, My Asianlicous
Good, but starting to get…
I spent a lot of time playing this game, and away from other real-life things that are more important. This game was enjoyable for a while. The story ended for me when I bought a house FOR an NPC replacing her trailer. And I didn’t even go into the Skull Cavern yet to get all those iridium ores, but I had had half a million G’s at this point. And I also got the green house filled with ancient fruits—which was more than enough. Had farm with animals. Had everything I needed to make money. I felt it was getting redundant by then. That I had no other objectives that’s meaningful. I might get back into it again and continue but my mind is shut off from the game at this point. I have no problems with old-shool graphics. But Had the graphics been a little better, I would have continue playing, I think. I just don’t understand how so many people continue playing this game for a long time getting millions of G’s—to do what? Building your house when no NPC cares about? No more NPCs to help make their homes better. Basically your a God or King among them. No, it got boring for me. In the end I felt like there’s No end game. Still I gave this game a 3-star rating.
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5 years ago, ThisIsAPersonWithAName
Beautiful, but lacking in end-game.
Stardew valley is a stunning game, from its graphics to the relationships you build with the villagers. I’ve been playing this game since it released in mobile and left my mobile farm for a long time now that I have the game on steam on my computer. It is MUCH easier to play and enjoy on a laptop/desktop computer rather than the small screen of my iPhone 8. Other than that, I lose interest in my farm quickly after year 3 spring rolls around. I’ve long finished the community center and have ten hearts with nearly all of the villagers. Skull cavern is useless now I have the iridium generator from Grandpa and everything seems pointless. If they added some more late game content I think it would help players stick with the game well after they’ve logged in more than a couple hundred hours. Other than that, the whole game is perfect. I’m not sure if this is just on my device because I downloaded SDV right as it came out, but on my oldest farm I’m married to Sebastian. Sometimes he gets stuck in walls or over cliffs, on his Friday schedule especially. It can be a little unnerving seeing him stuck in the cliff next to my on-farm cave staring into the rock face as 2:00 am rolls around...
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1 year ago, Katherine975
An In-Depth Review of Stardew (from a Busy Lady’s Perspective)
Let me begin by saying, I do not describe myself as a gamer; I’ve never encountered a game that holds my attention for more than a few days. Stardew Valley is the exception! I play Stardew to wind down, but also as a coping mechanism. Whenever I’ve had a hard day, I can open up Stardew & enjoy myself. The NPC personalities are incredibly realistic & consistent! The quests are engaging! The secrets of the valley always deliver! The abundance of options is astounding, from the interior design of the farmhouse to the crop/ animal options to the Ginger Island home! You never lack options. I only play on mobile, so I had to wait 1 or 2 years for the Ginger Island Update, & I can’t believe I’m saying this, but it was completely worth the wait! Eric “Concerned Ape” Barone, you single handedly created the best part of my day & if I have to wait 10 years to play your next game, Haunted Chocolatier, then I will! Thank you for the care you take in your craft, but also for caring about the fans. We love & appreciate you! 🥭♥️🌋🍓👩🏻‍🌾🦑🎣
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4 years ago, Faeamae
Love It 😄
I’ve had this game for about two years and while at times it’s slowed down a bit, overall it’s very replay able game so no issue there. I respect how in-depth the creator is with the community, and the fact that it was created by one person just stunned me. There are so many games with teams of creators, and some of them don’t even reach the level of enjoyment this game has given. Great soundtrack, well-developed characters, pleasing art style, what more could i ask for? The only two things I guess I could suggest is that we could do more with our in-game children, cause it seems like a wasted potential for them to just stay in the house all day. Maybe they can grow up and move out, maybe work on the farm? It would also be neat to have more involvement with Sandy from the desert, like she could be a marriage candidate or that she can be a roommate on the farm, honestly I just don’t want her to be alone. Besides that, there’s not much I can say other than it’s a great game that’s worth the money, the creator exerts so much effort and I can’t recommend it enough 👌
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1 year ago, mollymoc
i love this game! it’s very easy to get sucked into and it’s super fun (if you’re worried about not playing it as much, you don’t need to log in every day or anything like that). it gives the perfect in-between of combat and simple life. i seriously can’t stop playing this game! i’m in almost year 7 and i’m rooming with krobus. there is honestly so much to do in stardew valley that everyone has something they can like about the game, whether that’s befriending all of the villagers, trying to complete the community center, or even going for perfection. i love the music it’s amazing, especially as someone who’s taking like multiple music classes. stardew valley never gets boring and there is always something to try out. there are so many fun easter eggs in the game (literally during the egg festival), and there are so many ways to play the game. i love this game with all of my heart. stardew valley is worth every single penny you spend on it. if you love indie games or even RPGs, this game is for you. :)) - a super-fan of Stardew Valley.
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4 years ago, Cute kitten girl
In love with gameplay but a few ideas?!
I have loved playing Stardew Valley. But I have some changes I think could be implemented for an even more dynamic play through. 1. Have a few new boys and girls travel in and out of Stardew Valley and have that allotted time to friend or woo them before they leave for a month, year, or forever... 2. Have simple animal genetics/personalities. I have always liked farming but most of the animals all look and act the same. I wish that some sort of genetics took place for not only looks but quality/amount of products from the animals. I would also love for animals to have little quirks about themselves such as a chicken who is grumpy all the time so they peck you occasionally but if you feed them their favorite treat the next day they produce a higher quality egg. 3. Children. I would love if your kids were a mix of their parents looks and personalities. Also how about triplets. Lastly, I would love to see them grow up and over time grow a crush on someone (gender doesn't matter like with main character).
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5 years ago, Jshsjwiusyusususgusy
Amazing Game.. few suggestions
I wish more content was uploaded to it. After you do a lot of the quests, finish the first few years, it gets kind of boring. If new content was uploaded every few weeks, I would play this game much more. Maybe add marriages that aren’t the player’s. More events like anniversaries of the town, own birthday, new festivals or wildlife spectating. I also wish the town would slowly expand. If expansions were added as the years go by, it would be more interesting. Maybe the feature of getting old..? People should move in and out of Stardew too, because I doubt everyone in the town would just.. stay there. I would also like to be able to interact more with the animals and townsfolk. Maybe we could have longer conversations and more dialogue. Animals could have the option to be pet or played with. I am just someone who likes NEW and I know there is a lot of others who also enjoy new things in their games. Please take my suggestions so people don’t get bored of this game, and maybe make a developer response so I know you read it. I hope you take my advice! ☺️
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4 years ago, Lexmarie93
Fun game but a bit heavy and fishing is.....
The game is fun, but I would have liked to know how dark it was before playing. I was looking for a cute distraction from life and thought this was just a cute little farming game, don’t get me wrong I think this game is fun- but I wasn’t expecting to have to navigate my neighbors depression and multiple su*cide attempts or my neighbors husbands PTSD- definitely makes it more real but like I said I didn’t really want a game to feel real/ hectic in the way life is. Like I said, not bad and it makes the game super coo, but it’s just one of those things Id have like to known going in-that it’s not as lighthearted as it seems. Anyway fishing is..... barely acheiveable, maybe I’m just not talented enough. I hate it and find it ridiculously frustrating, challenge is nice in a game but tf is it supposed to work? And it’s not really an avoidable part of the game- believe me I’ve tried. If fishing wasn’t so impossible I’d definitely enjoy things much more. There’s challenging in a fun way then there’s challenging in an obnoxious way....I think you can tell how I feel about things in this case.
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5 years ago, HiddlestonIsMyHero
FISHING is impossible
I love this game, I never played the PC or switch versions so I’m a total newbie. It’s a great fully fleshed out game for a great price so I’m very happy with that aspect. I never feel like I’ve done everything there is to do because quests will pop up and there’s always the community center. The only thing keeping me from giving this game five stars is the FISHING. It is literally impossible to catch fish unless they literally sit at the bottom and don’t move. There’s a HUGE lag between when you tap and when the bar moves, and the bar reacts so much slower than the fish itself moves. The fish will jump up to the top and the success bar will immediately plunge to the bottom and I’ll lose the fish before my tap even begins to move the catch bar. This is the only part of the game that I think is really flawed and it makes me incredibly frustrated. I’ve read guides but there seems to be a consensus that the fishing mini game is nearly impossible on mobile. It would be best if the bar moves WHEN you tap the screen instead of 2 seconds later after you’ve lost the fish.
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6 years ago, 24hrtow
Good stuff mostly
This game is great! A few things is crazy hard with the iPad controls and...MY CAT KEEPS GETTING IN MY WAY SO I CANT REACH THE BED! It’s super annoying to rush to bed at midnight to find that I made it it in time but TOO BAD I can’t get to my bed. Can we wake them up or move them or maybe the hallways doesn’t have to be so narrow!?!? Please? It seems random where they sleep and maybe I’m just’s lame... also...after deciding to restart the day after this (while distracted watching tv) i managed to delete me save. I accept that this is my fault for not paying enough attention and clicking through screens too quickly out of habit instead of reading could make the junk button be smaller? Not on the exact right where right handed people will of course touch?...idk...dumb on my part for being distracted while loading it I guess but since it’s a mobile game I’d like expect some distraction and maybe you can make deleting a game a little harder 🤦🏻‍♀️. I’ll start over in a month or so when It doesn’t feel so much like back tracking I guess...
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10 months ago, Kgeorge84
Anxiety inducing time lapse. Wouldn’t buy again
This game could be fun except the fact that the time lapse is insanely fast and there is no way to slow it down. It takes about 2 game hours just to get to the city and 2 to get back. In real time, you have approximately 13 mins and 10 seconds from when your character wakes up until it gets too dark to see much outside, and about 60 seconds to get back to your farm. I strongly suggest placing torches along a route so you don’t get lost trying to get back. This makes it so difficult to accomplish anything! So far I have been robbed in the mines and passed out and had to pay a fee to be returned home. Oh I forgot to mention, at 2am game time your character will go to sleep no matter what you’re doing or where you’re at. This is so annoying! ****PLEASE let me slow the game down until I at least figure out how to play! I have the tutorial on and I’m half way thru summer but still in the beginning missions. ***Currently, 100% regret buying this game when there are a million similar free games out there, there must be one that doesn’t cause anxiety from trying to rush around only to get nothing accomplished.
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