Stardew Valley is a cute pixel farm that is based on role-playing, and it is finally coming to Android devices after three years. If you want to get the game, you will need to pay $7.99 which is a one-time fee, and you can find it in the Google Play Store.
With that being said, no further in-app purchases will be needed. Compared to the desktop version, the mobile one offers some significant adjustments which made it become, out of nowhere, one of the best games on the Google Play Store.
There were no expectations that a pixel RPG would be made into an Android game after such a long period. The game is based on the Nintendo classic Harvest Moon, and it is a farm adventure which on Steam has over a hundred thousand players.
The studio, The Secret Police, made the Android adaptations and the following features are brought:
- You can confidently leave the app at any time because everything is saved automatically.
- Overview and detail view is allowed by Pinch-to-Zoom like in Google Maps.
- For combat and interaction, you will need to use the buttons that are on screen and can be adjusted as well as the virtual joystick. In addition to that, the game should also support physical controllers.
Stardew Valley Is Finally Available on Android
If you have an Android device and want to play Stardew Valley, you can go to the Google Play Store and purchase it for 7.99 dollars. However, we do not know anything about the existence of a DRM-free release of the Android version of Stardew Valley. You can choose German, Italian, English, Korean, French or Turkish. If you have previously played the game on PC, you can move it in the Android app.
You can play Stardew Valley on Mac OS, Windows, Xbox One, Linux, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, iOS, PSVita, Good Old Games, Steam, and the Humble Store, and now, on Android.
Alvin Mathews was born and raised in Tampa. Alvin has worked as a freelance journalist for half a decade and written for Tribune Media, the AP and MSNBC. As a journalist for Miami Morning Star, Alvin mostly covers community events and human interest stories.