What you need to know
- Stardew Valley is a farming simulator game available on several platforms, such as Nintendo Switch.
- The creators of the game have now begun to offer a board game based on the video game.
- Stardew Valley: The Board Game retails for $55 USD.
Ever since its 1.5 update on the Nintendo Switch, Stardew Valley has been a topic of conversation. The new update on the portable console sparked a bit of a revival for ConcernedApe's game, prompting Twitch streamers to start new farms with friends. Often regarded as one of the best Nintendo Switch games of the indie variety, it is no secret that fans of the farming simulator genre are enamoured with the magical game developed by one person, Eric Barone.
In 2018, the creator of Stardew Valley along with some of his friends came up with the idea of creating a board game based on the hit indie title while playing a multiplayer session in Stardew themselves. They went through many prototypes before finally finishing their physical game model. The board game features season cards, villager cards, Grandpa goals, bundle cards, tool upgrade cards, and many others. The tiles on the board feature crops, forageable items, artifacts and minerals, animal products, fish and geodes, to name a few. In short, anyone who loves Stardew should give this game a look.
The board game is available to purchase from the Stardew Valley store, retailing for $55 USD.
Farm at your own pace
Go and make Grandpa proud!
Venture to the world of Stardew Valley and build your very own farm from the ground up, just the way you like it. Fish, farm, mine and mingle with the locals in an adventure that's dictated entirely by you.
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Nadine is a freelance writer for iMore with a specialty in all things Nintendo, often working on news, guides, reviews, and editorials. She's been a huge Nintendo fan ever since she got to pet her very own Nintendog, and enjoys looking at Nintendo's place in the video game industry. Writing is her passion, but she mostly does it so that she can pay off her ever-growing debt to Tom Nook. Her favorite genres are simulation games, rhythm games, visual novels, and platformers. You can find her at @stopthenadness on Twitter, where she'll more than likely be reposting cute Animal Crossing content.