Show us your Stardew Valley farm

This incredible farm was posted by developer Eric

This incredible farm was made by @bexyish on Twitter, posted by the developer.

One of the best parts of Stardew Valley is the freedom it offers, both in what you choose to spend your time doing and how you decide to arrange your homestead. You can take a freeform approach and build your farm out as you get more ambitious, or you could plan everything out from the very start with pinpoint precision and measurement. And then you could also just be a farming savant and make one farm so amazing that the creator of the game uses it to announce the release of the game.

Well, I suppose we can't all be that last one, but no matter what your farm looks like we want to see it! Take a screenshot of your Stardew Valley farm and upload it to Imgur (or the hosting site of your choice), then post the link to the image in the comments below. We'll be looking through all of the submitted farms to make a gallery of our favorites early next week!

We recommend that you follow our simple guide on how to take screenshots of your entire farm at once. That's the best possible way to show your farm off to the world. But if you can't manage to get that working, we still want to see what you've built! Take some screenshots of the most interesting part of your farm and you may still get featured.

And if you're looking for some tips and tricks for Stardew Valley, here are 6 things I wish I knew before I started playing. Have fun!

[Update: I originally said the farm above was made by the game's developer. Disqus commenter 'John' pointed out that it was actually made by Twitter user @bexyish.]


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