Following the huge success their game has enjoyed over the past few years, the team behind Stardew Valley was hard at work to bring the title to mobile. The news have already been public for a while and have taken the entertainment world by storm; with fans and influencers eager to get their hands on the popular game.

Today, the hour is upon us. Stardew Valley is finally available on both Android and iOs, meaning mobile gamers will be able to play one of the best indie farming titles out there while on the go.

As far as costs are concerned, the entry price for this one is 7,99$ US or your regional equivalent; an fair sum for the 50+ hours of gameplay  that the indie game promises.

“I’ve Been Living Under a Rock! What’s A Stardew Valley?”

First published in 2016, Stardew Valley follows the adventures of an average city dweller like most of us. Bored with their menial 9 to 5 office job, the protagonist decides to quit and move to the countryside, where they’ve inherited a run-down farm.

From that moment onward,  we’ll have to get our hands dirty. The farm needs repairs and upgrades, we must grow enough produce to survive through the winter, and there’s an entire village we’ll have to befriend. Players can also decide to explore the world around them,  collect unique items, protect the community from monsters, and even build a family with one of the NPCs in this indie game.

While we haven’t had the chance to play Stardew Valley on mobile just yet, it seems that Chucklefish gave it a new shiny coat of paint.  Among the features this release introduces are several mobile-specific updates, including an auto-save function and customizable controls. The game also includes all of the original content up to patch 1.3 and gives us the ability to seamlessly transfer our saves from PC to phones.