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Stardew Valley is one of those relaxing games where you can spend several hours alone or with friends improving your farm, fishing, exploring dungeons and building a relationship with the NPC community.

And for those who have already taken advantage of all that this charming farming simulator has to offer and are now looking for other games with a similar theme, we have separated a list of nine titles that follow the style of this classic, and can certainly guarantee a good time of fun carefree. Check it out below!

Graveyard Keeper

Like a gothic version of Stardew Valleythe developers of this game comically describe it as “the most inaccurate medieval cemetery management simulator ever”.

Following the famous isekai genre of the anime universe, its story revolves around a character who wakes up in a medieval fantasy world after being hit by a car, and has to take care of a decaying cemetery while looking for a way to return home and for your loved one.

In addition to finding a way to cut costs and do whatever it takes to make the location successful, you’ll also need to improve the protagonist’s skills, farm, explore dungeons, fish and interact with creepy NPCs!

Available to: Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC, Android and iOS

Hokko Life

Still in early access, Hokko Life has already been promising a lot, with comments from players who were able to enjoy a little bit of the game on PC proving that it deserves its place on this list.

Set in a peaceful and cozy village full of anthropomorphic animals, the title offers players a variety of fishing and farming options, allowing them to create items not only for their own home, but also for the community.

With many customization options, its full version will be available from the end of the month, being an interesting option for those who love a good little farm game.

Available to: PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch on September 27.

moonlighter

moonlighter really manages to offer the best of both worlds. During the day, we follow Will, the main character, taking care of his store, negotiating with customers, replenishing stock and even making improvements and hiring for his business.

But at night, dreams of becoming a hero take hold of the protagonist, who plunges into roguelike dungeons facing enemies with stylish blows, collecting treasures and opening portals to other worlds, all accompanied by a deep story about anguish and destiny.

Available to: Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC

My Time at Portia

My Time at Portia brings a lighter touch to the post-apocalyptic setting, with its plot taking place after civilization has collapsed and needs to take refuge underground to survive. However, the humans have finally made it back to the surface, and it’s up to the player character to help their community rebuild by collecting resources, building items, and bonding with the other inhabitants of Portia.

Although not as complete as Stardew Valleythis game is still a great fun and extremely relaxing option, and with all the tasks that the character will need to complete, you’re sure to be busy for a long time!

Available to: Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, PC, Android and iOS.

Rune Factory 4 Special

the RPG series Rune Factory it’s a spinoff of Harvest Moona game that served as one of the great inspirations for Stardew Valley.

Originally released in 2012 to Nintendo 3DSthe fourth title in the franchise won an improved version in 2020 for more current consoles, with great farming, socialization and romance mechanics, and still bringing a lot of dungeon exploration.

Available to: Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Slime Rancher

In Slime Rancherwe take on the role of Beatrix LeBeau, a brave young woman who leaves for a distant planet to build a new life by setting up a slime farm.

Using an apparatus similar to a vacuum cleaner, the rancher can collect items, food and capture several different species of these creatures spread across an open world, crossing the adorable “little slimes” to generate new species and selling their waste in the market for profit.

With a good mix of exploration, agriculture and animal husbandry, this game can offer hours of relaxing gameplay, and for those who enjoy this adventure, the good news is that its continuation, Slime Rancher 2will be released at the end of this month!

Available to: Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town

Similar to the plot of Stardew Valleythe adventure of Pioneers of Olive Town begins when the player character takes over a farm left by his grandfather in a peaceful and lovely small town.

From there, the gameplay involves everything a good farm simulator needs to have: growing crops, caring for animals, crafting tools, participating in local activities, as well as interacting and placing orders with the other members of your community!

Available to: PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Sun Haven

Sun Haven takes the farming game genre to a fantastic world full of fantasy and dragons. In it, players can choose from six more races besides humans, such as elves, angels, demons, elementals and amaris, which are basically animals, so if you want, you can be a feline or canine farmer without any problem!

With three worlds to explore, many mechanics and numerous character customizations, the game also brings RPG elements, such as quests and even a final boss. Another interesting detail is that it can be enjoyed solo or in co-op online for up to eight people, a good choice to enjoy a relaxing game with friends.

Available to: Nintendo Switch and PC.

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles

With a look that is very similar to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wildthis open-world adventure game takes place on an island paradise with eight different environments, ranging from sunny beaches to snow-capped mountain peaks.

In Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chroniclesthe players’ mission is to find fantastical creatures called Spirits, then use their powers to fight the mysterious Darkness and restore the natural beauty of their home.

As you explore the place, you can trade with the other inhabitants, discover rare materials, build your own farm, cook, fish, and also bond and adopt adorable wild creatures!

Available to: Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Bonus Round: Harvestella

With the release scheduled for November 4th of this year, this future RPG with elements of simulation of the Square Enix has been dubbed by many as a “Stardew Valley gloomy”, promising to bring many elements of a simple everyday life, such as agriculture and fishing, combined in a plot linked to the creation of the world itself.

With beautiful visuals, lots of combat and lots of NPCs to interact with, Harvestella seems to be a very interesting new addition to the genre, deserving a spot on the list in the form of bonuses.

Available to: Nintendo Switch and PC.

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