If youve ever played Stardew Valley and believed hey, running a farm seems real nice, I d like to do that without any of the manual work, today is your lucky day. The hit indie farming video game has actually been adjusted into what may turn out to be a hit board video game, and its offered right now.
The surprise announcement was made by designer Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone on the Stardew Valley site. In it, Barone keeps in mind that he has been working with parlor game designer Cole Medeiros for a little over two and a half years to adjust Stardew Valleys relaxing blend of manual labor, rural life, and relationship to tabletops, and the outcome seems just as lovely as the digital video game. Theres even a trailer:
Per the games shop page:
Barone likewise cautions that Stardew Valley: The Board Game is “not a short, casual game,” stressing that he wanted it to have the same level of complexity and modification as the original video game– going so far as to share the rulebook online for anyone who isnt sure if its a good suitable for their table. With that caution out of the way, cardboard Stardew looks like simply as captivating a way to while away the hours as its digital brother or sister.
Stardew Valley: The Board Game is offered now via the Stardew Valley Shop.
Stardew Valley: The Board Game is a cooperative game where players interact to bring back the Valley. They accomplish this by growing crops, raising animals, broadening their farm and gathering resources from throughout the Valley.
By befriending the regional villagers, players earn hearts that permit them to reveal covert objectives. Only by interacting will they keep Joja Corporation from relocating and ruining whatever.