If you’ve ever played Stardew Valley And thought Hey, running a farm sounds really nice, I want to do it myself without doing any labor, Today is your lucky day. The hit indie farming game has been adapted into what could be a hit board game, and is available right now.
The surprise announcement was made by developer Eric “Concerned AP” Baron-on Stardew Valley Website. In it, Barrow notes that he has been working with board game designer Cole Madiros for some time since last year to adapt. Stardew ValleyThe comfortable combination of manual labor, rural life and friendship on tablets and the result seems as enchanting as a digital game. Here is also a trailer:
Per game store page:
Stardust Valley: The Board Game A cooperative game where players work together to restore the valley. They accomplish this by growing crops, raising animals, expanding their farms, and gathering resources from the valley.
By befriending local villagers, players earn hearts that allow them to reveal hidden goals. Only by working together will they stop Joja Corporation from moving forward and spoiling everything.
The baron also warns Stardust Valley: The Board Game It’s “not a short, casual game,” he insists he wants the same level of complexity and customization as the original game – the manual should be shared online for anyone not sure if it’s too appropriate. For their table. Out of that warning, out of cardboard Stardew Feels tempting to take hours away like her digital siblings.
Stardust Valley: The Board Game Now available through StarDu Valley Shop.