Should Stardew Valley be clones?
And they shouldn't either. Stardew Valley itself is too an imitator, using Harvest Moon as its inspiration kickstarter, so it makes sense that it in turn would spawn its own clones. But they've become so prevalent that we've now reached the point where Stardew-alikes need their own category akin to the Metroidvanias and Soulsbornes. (Stardupes?)
Is Stardew Valley slowing down?
But, that's not a bad thing – it's actually just a symptom of the fact that Stardew Valley isn't just a game anymore, it's a genre, and, because we're all so eager to lap them up, games like Stardew Valley aren't going to show any signs of slowing down. And they shouldn't either.
Who is Elliott Stardew Valley and what does he do?
Elliott is one of the characters that players are able to befriend and romance in Stardew Valley. An aspiring writer with a hut on the beach and a naturally romantic side, Elliott is well worth getting to know, and his personality and backstory are a draw for many fresh-faced farmers new to the Valley.
Is Coral Island A Stardew Valley clone?
Coral Island is unashamedly a Stardew Valley clone. It might not pitch itself as such – in fact, it actually depicts itself as a "vibrant and laid-back reimagining of farm sim games" – but it's Stardew through and through.