If you have ever played Stardew Valley And thought Hey, it looks really good to run a farm, I don’t think any labor is needed, Today is your lucky day. The popular independent farming game has been adapted into a possibly popular board game and is available now.
Developer Eric “ConcernedApe” Barone in Stardew Valley website.In it, Barone pointed out that he has worked with board game designer Cole Medeiros for two and a half years to adapt Stardew ValleyEasily blend manual labor, rural life, and friendship with the desktop, and the result seems to be as fascinating as a digital game. There is even a trailer:
According to the game’s store page:
Stardew Valley: Board Game It is a cooperative game where players can work together to restore the valley. They achieve this goal by growing crops, raising animals, expanding farms and collecting resources throughout the valley.
By making friends with local villagers, players can gain hearts that enable them to reveal hidden targets. Only by working together can they prevent Joja Corporation from entering and destroying everything.
The baron also warned Stardew Valley: Board Game It is “not a short casual game”, emphasizing that he wants the game to have the same complexity and degree of customization as the original game-even the rule book can be shared online to people who are not sure whether the game is suitable for their table.Farewell to cardboard Star dew It looks like the digital brothers, a fascinating way to kill time.
Stardew Valley: Board Game It can now be purchased through the Stardew Valley store.