How do you do cockatoo?
As I am writing this, I have been playing Stardew Valley for a total of 215 hours since I first got it in January. I am already in my 7th year, and it is safe to say that I am obsessed with it, especially now that I am stuck indoors with nothing much to do. The game has given me comfort and a good way to kill time.
Stardew Valley was initially released in February 2016. It was only released for the Nintendo Switch in December of 2018. It is a simulation role-playing game, much like Harvest Moon. The whole plot of the game is that you inherit your grandfather’s farm and live your life as a farmer.
A glimpse of Cocoland
I have reached a point where I can say I am satisfied with my farm. I have also received a good evaluation from Grandpa
yes, you get evaluated in your 3rd year which means I now have the statue of perfection. Yay for daily iridium ores.
If there is one thing though that I would like to fix/change in my farm, it would be the Slime Hutch. I’d rather have a fish pond in its place. I am still in the process of collecting the materials needed to build it. I found out that you can make caviar and sell it. It’s not much compared to Slime eggs but at least the fish won’t attack me like the slimes do.
I have also decided to put time and effort into planning my crops. Which crops would be the smartest to plant each season? Where should I plant them based on the build of my farm? Anyone else does this with their games?
What;s Next For Cocoland?
I still have a list of things to accomplish for Cocoland. Here are some of them.
- Cabin for guests.
- Fish ponds
- Explore Skull Cavern
- Unlock casino
Thank you for reading. Have you tried playing Stardew Valley? Let me know your thoughts in the comment section below.
Sending you a *virtual hug*.