Stardew Valley

Stardew Valley

By Chucklefish Limited

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-10-24
  • Current Version: 1.30
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 346.99 MB
  • Developer: Chucklefish Limited
  • Compatibility: iOS 10.0+
Score: 4.5
From 9,587 Ratings


Move to the countryside, and cultivate a new life in this award-winning open-ended farming RPG! With over 50+ hours of gameplay content and new Mobile-specific features, such as auto-save and multiple controls options. **Winner of the Golden Joysticks' Breakthrough Award** **Nominee of Game of the Year 2017 - BAFTA Games Awards** --- 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 iOS 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 ■ Continue farming from where you last left off with auto-save (even if you close the app!) ■ Play the game your way with multiple controls options, such as touch-screen and virtual joystick --- “The best version of Stardew Valley is the one you have with you … This game is absolutely incredible, and will not disappoint.” - TouchArcade "Stardew Valley beautifully combines farm simulation with RPG elements to create an intriguing, absorbing rural world." - IGN “Far more than just a farming game... filled with seemingly endless content and heart.” Giant Bomb "Village life has never been so accessible and satisfying" - The Telegraph “Stardew Valley has been the most rich and heartwarming experience I’ve had in a game in years.” CG Magazine --- Note: Features new 1.3 update story content, multiplayer functionality not supported. No in-app purchases.


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I love everything about this game, apart from the... fishing.. the controls are hard and the green bar is hard to keep behind the fish.. also when you let go it drops really fast and when it hits the bottom it’s bounces fast making it hard to regain control, and all this happens while the bar is going down, making you lose the fish. Please read this. And please adjust the fishing controls, other people are complaining too.
By Mew and mewtwo bug

Love it but

I love stardew valley its great but it can get boring after like the first year so I would love if you could make it where my little sister could join from her iPad because it would be ALOT more fun if we could play together because when we play together we always have fun so I would love if she could play with me :D
By PureGuile

Love ❤️

I just Love this game.
By BY: Lily


The best game ever!!!!!!
By djlindsey

(: :(

I love this game, it’s one of the greatest RPGs to me, but there are some small bugs and glitches!, today I woke up early to play, and when I got in the game, I couldn’t move! (Also I put 4 stars, but just imagine it was 4 and a half
By jason kligerman

You must be in it for the LONGGGGGGG-HAUL

This game will take an hour away from your real life and it could be all for nothing. This game isn’t easy to play. When it comes to details on gameplay you are pretty much thrown to the wolves. The whole gaming community based off of this game are the ones who will help you actually know how to play the game. Be ready to waste hours of your life on trying to figure out what went wrong even when you followed all the minor details the game provides. The gaming community will run test on this game just so they can actually understand the game That is completely unacceptable. Game makers should provide all information needed to play especially in a game that consist of such detailed farming. Instead they want you to go find some random third party app to learn how to play.
By xo0Kilko0ox

We Need Chinese!

Chinese please~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~……~…………………~~~……………………………
By HgBBoss

Vibrate when something happens 🤷‍♂️

I’d give you 5 star if it vibrated when I catch a fish so I can fish and drink at the can apply this to other things in the game too, think about it...........
By hlfmanhlfzombi


fav game so far (:
By AsunaYuuki x

I’ve had SV for a week and I’ve already got 33 hours in

Well, hello. If you’re reading this, you’ve got two options. You can go ahead and skip down on to the next review or prepare yourself for a lengthy bit of reading. I may be here on my soapbox for a while. No judgement if you do decide to move on down and ignore this. Anyway, as the title of this review suggests, I am way too addicted to this game. I’ve only had it for, well, not even a week. I’ve had it for about five and a half days, and I’m halfway through Winter of Year 1 and I’ve spent 33 hours in my one file. It’s a very excellent game, with lovely characters and mechanics and so forth. There’s really something for everyone: a strong social aspect, a bit of mining and adventure, money to be made and then spent, and then there’s the farming itself. It’s really just a great game and I recommend it to just about everyone. Now you’ve read this far, you may as well keep going; although, you can stop here, if you want. This next bit is really just a request to the maker and developer of the game, even though it’s a long shot they’ll see it. The only thing that I, personally, would find to be a positive change to the game would be if the villagers and other non-playable characters noticed when you are at low health/energy and commented on it. For instance: “Are you okay? You look terrible.” “Wow, you look horrible.” “You look like you need a nap.” “Hey, are you okay?” And so on and so forth, with maybe the only variation being the spouses acting slightly more concerned, and possibly Dr. Harvey offering to look you over or recommending rest, like doctors sometimes do. It would really just be an interesting addition to the game, and I would like to see it added. Although, if it isn’t added, that’ll be completely fine, as it is quite amusing to drag yourself into the Saloon on the verge of death and have everyone just be cool with it. Congratulations, you made it to the end of this review. Cheers to you and your attention span. So long, and thanks for all the fish.
By AshSirenThe42nd


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