Farming RPG Stardew Valley will make its mobile debut - via the iOS App Store - on October 24, 2018.
If you've played the PC version, you'll be happy to know that this isn't a cut-down version of Stardew Valley especially designed for mobile devices, but the full game.
Because it's the same game, players can transfer their save data from PC to the iOS version via iTunes.
It'll cost you £8 once it's out, and that's it.
That's right, one of the most addicting games of the past few years will now be available to play on both your iPhone and iPad, so good luck getting anything done. Developer Eric Barone revealed this news out of the blue, stating that the iOS version will launch in just two weeks time.
There is something addictive in the nearly repetitive gameplay of simulators such as Stardew Valley.
Barone and The Secret Police are working on an Android version of the game, with a release date sometime in the future.
The game was the only title I've personally given a ideal 10 to in my time here at TechRaptor and that's for a very good reason - it's a heck of a lot of fun. And, if you're using mods in Stardew Valley on PC, that will cause problems when importing the save files.
English studio The Secret Police has completely "rebuilt from the soil up" Eirc Barone's original work as ConcernedApe, and they promise to include all the content up to the 1.3 update.
If you're looking for something that doesn't revolve around shooting guns (not that there's anything wrong with that), then you might not even hear that Stardew Valley has just been announced for iOS and Android.