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Stardew Valley Launches on Android March 14th!

by on February 26, 2019
 

Stardew Valley Launches on Android March 14th!

By now, you’ve probably heard of or played Stardew Valley. The game is nothing short of amazing, you can check out Ryans’ review here. It’s finally hitting Android devices March 14th! Now you can take your adventure on the road with you as long as you have that sweet, sweet battery charge.


Just in time for Stardew Valley’s 3rd anniversary, Chucklefish is pleased to announce that ConcernedApe‘s smash-hit, farming RPG will be arriving on the Google Play Store on March 14th, when it will be playable on Android devices. Stardew Valley for Android is available for pre-registration now!

The Mobile versions is developed by London-based Mobile studio The Secret Police and will be priced at $7.99 / $7.99 / 8,99 € – the same as iOS! (Check the Google Play Store for more regional pricing.)

Stardew Valley on Android will also be playable in Korean, Italian, French and Turkish at launch, bringing the total supported language count to 10! These languages will also be coming to the iOS version (and consoles) in a future update.

In other Stardew Valley news, the #TwitchRivals Stardew Valley esports tournament is live today. You can watch live from 12.00pm EST on Twitch.

New Mobile-Specific Features

Since the iOS launch of Stardew Valley, The Secret Police have added many Mobile quality-of-life improvements and new features to the game including:

  • Save at any time – even when you close the app!
  • Pinch-zoom functionality, allowing players to handily zoom in to track down your Junimos or zoom out to get a full view of your farm
  • New control systems including virtual joystick and invisible joystick options, ‘action / attack’ button option, improved auto-attack and Joypad adjuster tool with complete customization of your onscreen controls

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