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If you are a fan of Stardew Valley, you will love these 5 titles

If wholesome farming RPGs are your thing, you must be feeling hungover after finishing Stardew valley.  Whether you enjoyed Stardew valley for its sense of community, the farming, fishing and mining, its boundless exploration and progression, or the ability to customize and decorate your homestead to your heart’s desire, we’ve collected a list of 5 similar titles that will sing to your stardew-valley heart.

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town

If farming simulations are your cup of tea, we invite you to leave the hustle and bustle of city life and come to Olive Town, a peaceful community that your pioneering grandfather has lovingly built with the help of his friends. As the new owner of his farms, it falls upon you to tame the neglected, lands and rebuild from ground up. Just like Stardew Valley, clear the lands, repair old facilities, plant crops, raise animals, craft tools and facilities, customize and decorate your lands to your heart’s desires, foster relationships with the friendly townsfolk, participate in local festivals and get to know the residents of your new home! All in all, this adorable farming simulation holds all the charms of the old games, with a couple of fresh new game mechanics.

Coral Island

Coral island is another vibrant and laid-back title that will sing to your Stardew-Valley heart. Say goodbye to city life, and start a fresh chapter of your life. Build up your lush and lively dreamscape from scratch.  Between growing crops, catching fish, crafting tools, mining precious gemstones, traversing forgotten caverns, tending to your flock, and clearing up your lands to restore them to their former glory, you will never run out of things to do at the coral island. Get to know other islanders coming from different walks of life, and spark your love life by finding a suitable single-and-ready-to-mingle partner.  One other aspect where coral island leaves Stardew valley behind is its vast undersea kingdom with merfolk inhabitants that you can befriend or even become romantically involved with. Experience enchanting island living like never before!


If you are a fan of Stardew valley as well as Animal Crossing, here is a title that combines the best of both; full-fledged town-building mechanics with ample relationship-building sprinkled in between. Just like your favorite farming sims, you get to leave your soul-destroying corporate life forever and move to an Island in the wild Australian outback. However, here’s the twist: rather than working on a designated piece of land unlike other farming sims, you get to run an entire town. Forage for valuable resources across tropical eucalyptus forests, scorching deserts, and cool billabongs, mine for ores, explore Australia’s teeming wildlife, complete side quests, and expand and customize your town. Make sure to improve the infrastructure and build businesses to lure people to your island.

Fae Farm

Here is another title that retains most of the features we associate with an invigorating farming sim, but with a fresh breath of magic, fantasy, and super adorable aesthetics. Play as a farmer fairy in the enchanting world of Azoria, collect critters and fish, discover magical lands as the story of Azoria unfolds, craft, cultivate, and decorate to grow your homestead. Raise a wide array of cuddly magical animals, learn the art of cooking and potion-making, mine for gems, and foster deep relationships with charming townsfolk as you please. You can even find the love of your life and get married in the townhall. While the game does take its cues from popular farming sims, it stands out in its magical world and abilities, as well as its convenient game mechanics. Your magical journey begins here.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Any list of farming simulations like Stardew valley would be incomplete without mentioning Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The game focuses more on interpersonal relationships and community building than actual farming. While you get to build and decorate your tropical island, doing everything from gardening to mining to fishing and cattle raising, you have to engage with its anthropomorphic residents, recruit them, and even give them gifts. Travel across the farm and play with your friends for more fun. Ready to turn your bare-bones island into an intricate themed wonderland?

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