With Stardew Valley now available on iOS devices, we’re sure that Android gamers are probably wondering when their turn will be. We have good news for Android gamers because it has been confirmed that Stardew Valley for Android will now be released on the 14th of March worldwide, so all Android gamers should be able to get their hands on it at the same time. The game will also be priced at $7.99.

For those who already own the PC version of Stardew Valley and don’t want to have to start all over again, you will be able to transfer your saved files from PC to your mobile device. While you can transfer saved files, unfortunately, you will need to buy the game again so that should be taken into consideration.

In case you think you might forget the 14th of March date, you can actually head on over to the Google Play Store where you can pre-register for the game and be notified when it is released. Stardew Valley, for those unfamiliar, is a hit indie farming simulator game where it uses cute pixel art to help players grow their farm, make new friends, and even get married and have children.

The game originally launched for the PC but it eventually made its way onto consoles. More recently the developer introduced multiplayer to the game where they will be able to manage a farm with a friend, but there is no word on whether or not the feature will come to mobile.

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