It has two rooms in it: Penny's bedroom (which can be accessed when Penny is at two hearts) and the sitting room/kitchen. If the player examines the bin in the lower right corner of the trailer, they will note that it is full of empty beer bottles. Pam can also be found sitting on the couch in the morning complaining about her head.
I am looking for a new relaxing game to play aside from Animal Crossing and as of April 19th, 2021 I'm finally discovering Stardew Valley. I saw the trailer and right away fell in love with the song. I must know more about Stardew.
Last year, the upcoming open-world simulation game called Super Zoo Story found itself in hot water after players criticized its arty style as being eerily similar to Stardew Valley. However, even at first glance, it doesn't take too much for players to notice how heavily Stardew Valley inspires Super Zoo Story, which is prevalent in its latest gameplay trailer.
It is worth noting that Super Zoo Story has a different premise from Stardew Valley. Instead of letting players run their farm, Super Zoo Story focuses on having players manage a zoo filled with all sorts of animals, including dinosaurs. However, despite the two games having a different focus, the latest gameplay trailer of Super Zoo Story still resembles Stardew Valley despite its developers promising to redesign the game.
Shortly after the controversy last year, Super Zoo Story stayed low-key and focused its time on developing the upcoming game. Last month, the indie developer released the first gameplay preview for Super Zoo Story, giving players a more detailed look at what to expect from the upcoming game. However, while some fans expressed their interest in Super Zoo Story, it appears that the game still couldn't shake off its reputation of ripping off Stardew Valley's art style. Some players commented on the trailer that the developer needs to come up with its own art style, while others joked about how they are excited to play this \"Stardew Valley mod.\"
Just by watching the trailer once, it still doesn't take a lot to see how Super Zoo Story looks like Stardew Valley, from the trees to the buildings to the character's design and NPCs. Of course, it is worth stating that Stardew Valley did not invent the pixel-art aesthetic. However, Concerned Ape was able to develop a visual style that made Stardew Valley stand out against all other pixel art games.
However, to give credit to Super Zoo Story, some design elements that players previously criticized were slightly changed in the latest preview. Previously, the dialog box in Super Zoo Story heavily resembled the one in Stardew Valley, from the style of the box down to the text's font. However, in the trailer, the dialog box now sports a new design, and the font is now different from Stardew Valley. Another design element that players allege Super Zoo Story took from Stardew Valley is the mini-menu showing the in-game time, calendar, and money. However, no one knows if Super Zoo Story also changed the design of the mini-menu in the game since it did not appear in the latest preview. Apart from these small changes, most players still believe that Super Zoo Story's aesthetic still heavily resembles Stardew Valley.
At the time of writing, Concerned Ape still hasn't reacted to the latest trailer of Super Zoo Story. However, it is worth remembering that when Super Zoo Story was first revealed, Concerned Ape did notice the similarities, thanks to fans pointing them out. In a statement, Concerned Ape said that he has no problem with games taking inspiration from Stardew Valley, especially since Stardew Valley itself is inspired by Harvest Moon. However, what Concerned Ape isn't okay with is if it turns out that Stardew Valley assets were actually used in Super Zoo Story. In addition, Concerned Ape also revealed that Super Zoo Story's developers have \"taken it a little too far and that their attitude about it has rubbed me the wrong way too.\"
After Concerned Ape's statement, Super Zoo Story's developers posted a letter of apology saying that \"it was never our intention to copy art from other games,\" clarifying that they agree that \"some of our art appears similar to Stardew Valley. The developers ended their letter of apology by promising to redesign all assets resembling Stardew Valley. However, looking at the trailer and the comments posted by players, it appears that Super Zoo Story has yet to keep its promise.
7ranquil: Comparing this trailer vs Release to his latest trailer of haunted Chocolatier is insane. If he progressed Stardew as much as he did I can only imagine to level of detail, polish and new mechanics he may bring with his latest Title. Best indy Dev out there
Elusive Wanderer: Nicely done man. Just watched the new trailer and this game seems like it has come a long way from this trailer. Its great that you are making this on your own. Is this like a free time project or are you fully dedicating alot of time to making it
After a long crunch for the past year, developer Lazy Bear Games is ready to show off their next game Graveyard Keeper. The team in Saint Petersburg, Russia is also known for their game Punch Club, and has taken their talents to the graveyard for their next title. Lazy Bear Games describes the game as a \"historically inaccurate medieval graveyard management sim.\" Graveyard Keeper will hit PC and Xbox One some time in 2018, but no concrete release date has been announced. Check out this five minute gameplay trailer.
Along with giving a closer look at the new Collector's Edition of the game, the trailer also shows off the various physical goods with also come packed in with Stardew Valley, including a Pelican Town map, a mini-guidebook, and a physical copy of the Stardew Valley soundtrack, which features 33 \"hand-picked tracks\" from the score.
Stardew Valley is available now on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, and Linux, with an upcoming Nintendo Switch version of the game coming later this year. The new Collector's Edition of the game is out now on PS4 and Xbox One, and you can check out a closer look at the physical version in the trailer below:
The next game from ConcernedApe, developer of Stardew Valley, has finally been confirmed thanks to this week's release of an early gameplay reveal trailer. Haunted Chocolatier, though only in the early stages of development, seems to be following closely in the footsteps of its predecessor, and the trailer alone shows off a wide variety of different activities that players will be able to engage in when the game comes out. From familiar features like combat and foraging to brand-new mechanics, here's what can be expected from Haunted Chocolatier already.
No release date has as of yet been specified for Haunted Chocolatier, meaning that it could be a few years still before Stardew Valley fans should expect it. However, screenshots and a development blog have both been provided for the game on top of the Haunted Chocolatier reveal trailer, which means it should be fairly easy to track the developer's progress as it approaches its final state. What is known is that the game's story and tone will take a more fantastical approach than Stardew Valley does, leaning into extraordinary experiences and magical elements. This leaves the door open for plenty of new opportunities.
Rather than farming, foraging is evidently the main way ingredients are gathered in Haunted Chocolatier. Whereas in Stardew Valley players could create recipes entirely by utilizing crops they personally grew, exploration will be necessary to branch out into different types of chocolates. Although foraging was available as a skill in Stardew Valley, it's likely that it will see far more focus this time around. The reveal trailer shows players swiping at tall grass, flowers, and bushes in order to gather things like nectar and huckleberries, both of which will presumably be used in a unique recipe later on. Given there doesn't appear to be any space to create a proper farm, there will most likely be plenty of open space around the town to gather things from.
Also returning from Stardew Valley is the combat skill, alongside familiar enemies such as slimes. The reveal trailer shows players using both melee weapons and items like a bow and arrows to attack various different types of adversaries, some of which drop items like milk to be used in recipes. While it's possible that there may be a combat-oriented area in Haunted Chocolatier, much like the mines and dungeons in Stardew Valley, from the reveal trailer it appears as though enemies can simply be encountered wherever players go to forage for chocolate ingredients.
Alongside the more material goals of Stardew Valley was another important element of bonding with the townsfolk. Each character had unique dialogue and taste in gifts, allowing for meaningful relationship progression as players spent more time with them and offered them things they enjoyed. Not only could players form deep friendships with the game's NPCs, but they could also start a committed relationship and marry them as the game progressed. The reveal trailer for Haunted Chocolatier shows something similar, featuring a player speaking to characters and offering gifts like Stardew Valley. While it hasn't been confirmed yet, it's likely that marriage will also once again be an option in this game.
Other features, though not explicitly shown, are implied to be a part of Haunted Chocolatier based both on the reveal trailer and the screenshots that have been released thus far. This includes character customization, as may be demonstrated by the changing appearance of the player character throughout the trailer, as well as the ability to craft and collect different outfits and hats throughout the game. No word has officially been given on how these elements will be fleshed out, of course, so fans of Stardew Valley will simply have to wait for the next update to see what other mechanics Haunted Chocolatier will have to offer. 59ce067264