Stardew Valley is heading to mobile this month

Stardew Valley is headed to iOS this month and then Android

Stardew Valley Is Headed To Smartphones With iOS Version Arriving October 24

Smash-hit farming and loveliness simulator, Stardew Valley will come to iOS on October 24th, priced at £7.99 / $7.99 USD (Australian prices not available at time of writing).

UK-based mobile studio The Secret Police has ported the game to your phones and tablets, with a redesigned UI and touch-screen controls.

The full game, not a cut down version. The iOS version launches October 24, 2018 and the Android version will arrive later. From there, it's up to you to decide how exactly you want to play the game - whether you want to farm crops, fight monsters in the mines, raise animals, become a social butterfly, or do it all.

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Stardew Valley, a spiritual successor to Harvest Moon (and a damn fine one at that) is expanding its availability yet again with an announcement that the game will be coming to iOS in just a couple of short weeks. Best of all, the game is free from the tyranny of micro-transactions.

A release window for Android was not provided. Stardew Valley will be launching onto the iOS App Store on October 24th, an Android version is now in development.

In addition, you can transfer your PC save date to the iOS version via iTunes - though the mobile version does not support mods, so save files of modded games may struggle to transfer over. Moreover, Stardew Valley supports both iPhone and iPads, but it only includes single player content, so there will be no multiplayer mode. Among the key details - the game will cost $7.99 for iOS users, and you won't need to make any in-app purchases. 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.

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