Everyone’s favorite indie farming simulator celebrates its third anniversary today, and there’s even a gift for Android users. The game will be heading to Android on March 14th.

The news was announced in a tweet from creator ConcernedApe.

The game was originally released for PC on the 26th of February, 2016. What started out as a fan-made alternative Harvest Moon quickly became one of the most beloved indie games of its time.

Stardew Valley follows the player who wants to escape their dead-end job and find meaning in life. They move onto their deceased grandfather’s old farm, which is located in the eponymous town, and take up the role of a farmer.

It’s much more than just a simple farming simulator, though. The player can not only manage their farm but also raise animals, build special buildings, craft artisan goods, go mining, donate to the museum, discover hidden areas, improve the town, and fight monsters.

They can also manage their relationships with the villagers and, if lucky, get married and even start a family. Each villager has their own backstory and character development and the player can unlock special events by forming and maintaining friendships.

Stardew Valley is currently available on Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation Vita, and iOS. It’s coming to Android on March 14th.

Source: ConcernedApe on Twitter.

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