Stardew Valley is a video game that will entertain you with its gameplay, and it can also help improve your English skills, if English is not your first language.
And if it’s your first time hearing Stardew Valley, this post will discuss the farming simulation game.
Stardew Valley is a farming game inspired by the Harvest Moon video game series, and developed by Eric Barone. This game can be played on PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and also on mobile phones. However, it’s not free. You have to spend your money if you want to play it.
With a fairly cheap price, Stardew Valley provides many benefits: from gameplay that is suitable for filling spare time to being able to help players improve their English skills.
At the beginning of the game, you are asked to create a character, choose a farm, and meet some of the residents of Pelican Town. However, you are only given 15 parsnip seeds and a small cottage. Your farm land is also filled with grass, stones, and wild trees, so it takes a long time to make it better.
If you’ve cut down all the wild trees, and planted the seeds you bought at Pierre’s General Store or JojaMart, you must be confused about what to do next. Well, you can go fishing, look for some plants you can sell, and go to The Mines.