For me, when I’m not doing my fiction writing I’m playing Stardew valley. It’s a little bit of everything rolled into one. ANd it’s a really good game in my opinion. COncernedApe did a tterrific job on it. But it shouldn’t be unexpected from one who loves their craft. Usually when I have my male character get married I either go for Penny or Abigail myself.
I find it interesting how popular the crafting games are. And now there seems to be a bevy of hybrid crafting games like V Rising which has crafting along with other elements. If I understand it correctly Stardew is one of those.
Fortunately, that appears to be a space where indie devs do very well.
I’m playing Diablo II: Resurrected while waiting for Diablo 4. It is an upcoming action role-playing game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment and is the fourth main installment in the Diablo series.
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