Spoiler alert! I am not even going to try to avoid spoilers. So be forewarned.
This walkthrough is for the iPad version of the game which has quite a few differences from the desktop version.
Stardew Valley is very flexible, so as you play the game your experiences will not be the same as mine. Once I am past the game basics, I will not be going step by step, but only recapping the action.
If you are looking just to get a particular question about the game answered. You can find just about every thing you need to know in the Wiki.
In Stardew Valley the year is 112 game-days. Each season is 28 days. On day two of spring of the first year, I got up and checked the TV to see what the fortune teller had to say.
With the addition of the second fishing rod, my backpack was full, so I headed back to the farm to unload. Passing through the village I saw that there was a question mark on the bulletin board in front of the general store.
After unloading my backpack at the farm, I decided to exit my farm to the south to explore and look for things to forage. I knew from examining the map that there was a forest, lake, and river that way. I thought I might gather some wood and maybe do some fishing.
I started working on gathering as much wood and fiber as I could, knowing that I wouldn’t have room in my backpack for fish, even if I had the time to do some fishing.
After placing the torches, I cleared out my backpack, to be ready for morning. I managed to get into bed before midnight. You have until 2 a.m. to make it to bed. If you don’t make it there are consequences. From a scolding from a Villager to losing money and goods you are carrying.
Join me for tomorrow’s adventures in the next post.
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