Designed by a 28-year-old first-time developer, this RPG-style game has an addictive quality that’s making people take notice.
It’s been less than a month since Stardew Valley was released, but this unassuming PC game has already sold more than half a million copies.
The premise is deceptively simple: Stardew Valley is a country-life simulator. Your character has inherited the family farm, and gameplay consists of learning to live off the land as time slowly passes. You can spend time growing crops, raising livestock, fishing, cooking, working on your home, befriending fellow townspeople—all with no real aim except creating a thriving homestead for your character.
It might sound like it would get boring fast, but Stardew Valley is strangely satisfying. Its intricate, pixelated graphics are lush and colourful, and the quietly engaging gameplay shows off a careful attention to detail. Here’s interesting facts about Stardew Valley you need to know about 2016’s most talked:
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