So many mobile ports of our favourite games get the dumbed-down treatment.
Stardew Valley launches on iOS on October 24 for $7.99. The folks over at The Secret Police, the studio taking care of the mobile port, are still working on finishing the Android version of Stardew Valley, so at this time we can't say for sure when it's going to be released. Still, if you're on PC, you can transfer your data to the iOS version through iTunes. This may sound like a simple feature, but given how some of the most dedicated farmers have put hundreds of hours of work into their farms (namely our resident Stardew Valley expert Chris/HotDogBoy), this feature will be greatly appreciated amongst fans.
If you're looking for something that doesn't revolve around shooting guns (not that there's anything wrong with that), then you might not even hear that Stardew Valley has just been announced for iOS and Android.
Subscribe to n3rdabl3 on YouTube! "The main difference is that it has been rebuilt for touch-screen gameplay", Barone added. There's a lot about Stardew Valley that the game doesn't really explain, which makes jumping in a bit daunting.
There is something addictive in the nearly repetitive gameplay of simulators such as Stardew Valley. The mobile version of Stardew Valley will cost £7.99 / $7.99 / 8.99 €, but the announcement promises no in-app purchases. And you can import save games from Windows PC or Mac. Unfortunately, mod support and multiplayer content isn't available in the mobile version.
The exciting news that the game will be heading to iPhone wasn't the only good news.
Stardew Valley, however, is doing one thing better than other games that have mobile ports.
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