Stardew Valley Crack/Patch

Stardew Valley Stardew Valley is an RPG-style farming game. It's up to you to choose your path... Will you devote your time to raising crops and caring for animals? Will you spend time in the local village, befriending the local townspeople? Do you get a kick out of slaying dreadful monsters in the mysterious mountain caverns? Or will you try to accomplish everything and claim the coveted title of Stardew Hero?

Download Stardew Valley Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 91 / 100
User rating
Downloads 6463
Genre General, Role-Playing
Company / Developer
Chucklefish / Eric Barone, ConcernedApe

Stardew Valley reviews ( 7 )

curvy2, Feb 26, 2016

Harvest Moon is back! And its simple and fun again. From the soundtrack to its gameplay its simply a true work of art done by one man. Thank You STARDEW VALLEY.o0O

PanderP, Mar 22, 2016

ich willl das spiel auch spielen geht aber nicht weil ich ein mac habe und könnt das spiel auch für mac raus bringen ich würde mich sehr fröhen Liebe grüße Panderbär

RangerMiG, Apr 24, 2016

Don't brush it off as a Harvest Moon clone, this is way more that that! The game has charming and delightful personality of its own, guaranteed hours of fun!

jjabrahams, Aug 28, 2016

This game is addicting and pretty fun. It becomes boring after like 20 hours but I actually enjoyed my 20 hours so I can't complain. I never played Harvest Moon, and never wanted to.

MikeZillaGames, Feb 27, 2016

'Stardew Valley' doesn't just breathe new life into a dying concept; 'Stardew Valley' gets on it's bare knees, leans over in tears, passionately breathes into it over and over even though the Doctor already said "it's dead, stop trying", pumps the chest liberally, and doesn't give up until something good happens. And that something good is this game. The 'Harvest Moon' franchise has been a mixed bag over the last decade, and the same can be said for the spinoff series 'Rune Factory'. Fans took the good with the bad and went with it because they were holding onto something special. Today, the Harvest Moon series barely exists on it's own. 'Story of Seasons' and other life sim titles have come along to replace it with mixed success. Well, if you loved those series then 'Stardew Valley' is what you want to play. An indie dev has revived the concept...with an obvious passion for 'Harvest Moon' and an insane attention to detail. I know, right? I didn't see it coming, either.

BrynhildrTCG, Jun 3, 2016

This game has a depth to it that I was not expecting when I first purchased it as a time-killer. Stardew Valley is a fantastic game that successfully brings back the nostalgia of the SNES-era Harvest Moon title while infusing it with new concepts and depth to bring it into the current era of gaming. The game is simple enough to learn and play and makes an excellent game for couples to play alongside each other as the game was easily picked up and played by my non-gamer girlfriend with minimal problems. The player starts as a farmer with basic tools and an overgrown farm in a small run-down house. From the beginning, the player is tasked with restoring the farm to its former glory, but how the player accomplishes this is up to them. They can clear land and plant crops to sell at a profit, build barns and coops to raise animals to sell their eggs and milk for a profit. They can fish. They can mine. They can adventure. Stardew Valley empowers the player to go at their own pace and do what interests them. There is no real "correct" way to play the game. There is a simple fun in experiencing milestones, whether that is leveling up a skill to earn a perk, upgrading a tool for increased inefficiency, or watching as the villagers become more friendly with you. Players can become friends with townsfolk, learn their backgrounds (Some of which are incredibly well-written emotional stories), and even date and marry the man/woman they desire. You can decorate your home. You can become a mainstay in the village by repairing the community center, and many other nuanced things. I found myself becoming invested in the little village and its characters and particularly enjoyed the routines of the villagers to be an interesting addition. ("Oh, oops, of course the store is closed on Tuesdays, she's over at the Fitness Group!") The graphics are clean, and the music/sound effects are enjoyable to listen to. All of this is even more impressive when you consider that the entire game was made by a single individual. Stardew Valley is a fantastic game for folks who are looking for a different type of game - especially those who enjoy experiencing growth and progress. There's a great satisfaction from delivering a good harvest and spending your money. I really recommend this game - it was an absolute joy to play and holds a great charm.

mrclopes, Apr 5, 2016

I'm shocked. - Graphics are pre-historic and the 2D sprites are "ok" at best. - Sounds and music are very basic and have MIDI quality. - Characters are bland and lack personality. - The gameplay mechanics are boring and repetitive. The combat mechanics is ridiculously uncreative. I felt insulted. The gameplay in general, lack any depth. Everything is a chore, and due poor time management mechanics, it's impossible to not be stressed by this game, And if you want to gift those bland NPCs, be prepared for more stressful time trying to catch them. And about the story, well, I'm afraid I can't really complete a review because after the first year I stopped playing and deleted this game. Only the thought of going trough all this again was too much for me. I can't think of anything but give this game a solid 0.