Stardew Valley reviews

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Actually, I'm not that friend of IndiPixelGames but Stardew Valley really stands out from the Scrap that is otherwise always offered like this. Left me a few Days with the Purchase Decision time, as these IndiPixelGames and their Flood honestly annoy me animal! So, one Day I still do ... The Basic Structure is farming, crafting, mining, fishing and an extensive RPG part. Ahja, you also have to socialize, that is, to Nurture And maintain friendships and possibly also build a solid Relationship, which leads to Marriages and children. There are four Seasons that have been translated and truly lovingly implemented. 1 Month a 28 Days are representative of a Session. 3 Seasons (Spring, Summer, Autumn) serve the Farm and Winter mainly for mining, building construction, equipment upgrading etc. Each Season has different Plants that are valuable in different ways. Mainly you should primarily plant the expensive Plants in order to obtain appropriate funds, but you should always keep part of the Harvest because you need them from time to time. In The beginning, there are limited Possibilities that gradually expand. You get new Recipes, can craft new Things that make your Job easier or add additional Opportunities z.B.Tiere breed, make Wine or Jam etc etc. The Game is extremely extensive, varied and really very lovingly designed. One always has something to do the Tamagotschi-Sish effect is present in many areas, so one has Difficulty quitting. This leads you to want to do this and that and say to yourself, "So, I do a Day and then I stop on" The amazing is, this Game was made by only one Person. It takes him 4 Years and you can tell the Game that it was a Gamer who built it. It has a lot of depth, arouses the curiosity and does not use the usual generic collection to incorporate the Tripple A Games to artificially extend a Game. All Game Structures interact sensibly and motivationally. I find this Game very motivating overall and would recommend it to anyone who likes to look for many small And varied fields of employment. Would I buy it again? Definitely, Yes! Tips: Farming up: Watch out with the build-up of the Farm. Preferable to plan previous ones, which saves expensive Resources and Time. In The beginning, for example, You Pack farm buildings somewhere near the Main Building, only when the Farm grows, these Buildings may get in The way of you. You then have to tear them off and rewind them, which is expensive and costs time and Resurgaces. Therefore, think carefully about what the Farm should look like! Here is an Online Planning Tool-> Https://stardew.info/planner/Filling: Filling is total Terror at first because you don't know how to do it, it's not explained anywhere. It Is best to fish for The Fishing house until you reach a few Levels to buy a better Equipment. Don'T click wild. If one is at the Angel try to keep it in the green Bar. This is what you do as follows: If the Fish is down, you don't have to do anything! Only when the Fish goes up the Left Press the mouse button or press several times to get the green Bar up. Keep Pressed to keep the green Bar in position. Let Go of the Bar again in case the Fish gets tired it sinks. You drive this Game until the Right bar Has totally charged up then you have successfully fished it! Stardew Vallery Wiki-> http://stardewvalleywiki.com/Stardew_Valley_Wiki Official Forum-> http://community.playstarbound.com/forums/stardew-valley.72/
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Microsoft from French
Very good game, I spent 20 or so hours since I downloaded it. Until now nothing to say, experience of play very pleasant, really immersive and addictive. The only note of note was that the game was in English, but it has been fixed except that now the game is unplayable, we can not spend the night so I had a quick bug fix (not having a return service within of the game our only means of communication with the publisher is complicated so if you read this notice think about it). In conclusion the game is really worth the cost of buying, plus it is not so expensive considering its quality, only wait until the bug is correct because until the game will really disappoint you (wrong).
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Microsoft from French
Stardew Valley is generally a very good game, a classic farm game that will delight you if you adept. However, the slightest flaw in this AppStore version is at the control level. Indeed, despite all the proposed options none can play comfortably. Touch to move uncomfortable for the hands and difficult to move, joystiks too small and need to take several times to succeed click on the buttons, invisible joystiks whose location of the button is difficult to guess ... No matter the method chosen, it will be uncomfortable Unfortunately, this will cause a lot of damage to the game. I would gladly put five canvases when a directional cross and two buttons, of adequate size, visible, will be available without having to go through the touch to move option at the same time.
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Microsoft from Norsk
I really like Stardew valley and was excited to hear that it was coming out on mobile for a few days ago. But now that Ive played it I see some things that maybe needs to be fixed: Major: The controls: The controls in the game feels awkward. You have to tap everything for movement and actions which I dont think fit very well for the game. And for me it is a bit awkward that you automatically switch tools. It would be nice to have a more variety of controls instead of the tapping stuff like controls the game has now. Like a Joystick for movement and a button for actions. Minor: The sound quality: I think the sound quality in the game is a bit poor but it doesnt really matter. The loading time: I just think the loading time for cutscenes and walking to other areas are a bit slow. But I know it takes longer time on mobile and my phone is a bit slow anyway so there is really no need improve it. It is still a great game and it is worth the money.
I'm hard pressed to think of a game which has sucked me in more than Stardew Valley. Featuring an exceptionally open game world which doesn't push you to do any one thing in particular, the game is really what you make it. I prefer the farm-building aspects to the relationship goals in the game.