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Posted by on Sep 23, 2019 in Computer Applications, Games, Gaming guide |

Tips for year 1 in Standew Valley (part 2)

Tips for year 1 in Standew Valley (part 2)

Your shipping box is a great asset

Although you can sell your crops, and other collected things to the shops in town, another option is to put them in the shipping box right next to your house. Overnight, the stuff will be bought by some mysterious souls. This will save you plenty of time on the next day to do other things rather than wandering between different stores to sell them. 

Upgrade your bag as soon as you can

You might reluctant to spend all your hard earned cash on a little bag but seriously, you would find it extremely helpful. With a new bag, your personal inventory slots is increased from 12 to 24, which is perfect for storing all those things that you collect and want to sell. It might feel like a lot of cash to spend at the start, but in comparison to the time you save, it is more than worthy.

The Community Centre is key to true progression

You’ll want to put a primary focus on the Community Centre as you play Stardew Valley. Although you can’t directly make lots of money, but it is crucial to unlock the full potential to earn more and to win in the world of Stardew. Several major features are locked until you complete one of the Community Centre’s six sections such as bridge repair options, bus repairs and so on.

Tending your Stardew Valley farm and nurturing it to blossom is quite stressful, but a lot of fun. It would be even more great as now you can play it on your iPad and iPhone. All you need to do is downloading it from the App Store.
The mobile version has been created by The Secret Police, in partnership with ConcernedApe, and publisher Chucklefish, to offer the same authentic feel as the PC and console versions. You’ll also be pleased to know that there are no in-app purchases.