You can buy it now.
Developer Eric “Concerned Ape” Barone’s agricultural life phenomenon Stardew Valley has jumped from the digital realm to a table game through the official Stardew Valley board game release today, and it looks very pleasant in its trailer.
Stardew Valley: The board game is a cooperative experience for 1-4 players. It is a collaboration between Barone and Cole Medeiros (formerly responsible for the board games Web of Spies and GUBS) and has been developed for more than two years.
As detailed on the official website, participants will need to work together to achieve the goal, restore community centers by collecting resource bundles, and boycott Joja Corporation-by expanding farms, growing crops, raising animals, and establishing a relationship with villages. Become a partner to achieve the heart and reveal the hidden goals.
A lot of things have happened in board games, and even managed to introduce things like mine exploration and changing seasons from video games, and the intricacies of curious kinds can be fully understood in the downloadable rule book.
The website explains: “For us, what is really important is that you understand Stardew Valley: board games are not a casual fast game.” “Although it is easy to learn once you know the rules, it is destined to be challenging. Yes. We want an experience that is deep and repeatable.” Each game is expected to last approximately 45 minutes.
Stardew Valley: The board game is available now for $55. However, a potential obstacle is that it is currently only shipped within the United States-although the store page states: “We are working hard to provide this service outside the United States, but due to the complexity involved, we are still figuring out the details.”
In other Stardew Valley news, Barone said that the digital game should finally return to PlayStation stores in Europe, New Zealand and Australia “this weekend.”