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Growing up, I remember playing Harvest Moon: Back to Nature on the Playstation and having this thick notebook with chicken-scratch scribblings about sell prices, gifting and romancing (my wife was Elli). I probably spent hundreds of hours in that game.
Naturally, when Stardew Valley came out in 2016, I was hyped and was one of the launch day buyers. I probably spent like 80 hours in that game. One day I decided to quit gaming cold turkey and gave my Steam account to my nephew.
Fast-forward two years later, in August 2018, the stable multiplayer update came out for the PC version. I goaded my cousin into gifting me a copy so that we can play together (it worked).
I’ve already spent 100 hours and still not bored. The thing is, after about 100 hours, I still can’t remember who loves which gifts…and I found myself referring the Stardew Valley wiki embarrassingly often.
The wiki is really, really great…but navigating around became quite cumbersome after a while. Besides that, personally, the “universal” classification is difficult for my lazy brain to process.
That’s understandable considering the sheer volume of information and the many-to-many relationships between items and characters and whatnot.
I thought I’d quickly code up a more focused guide dedicated only for Loved gifts. It still uses information and images found on the official wiki.
The main goal is to make it easy for quick references on your smartphone during Stardew gameplay. This should be a fun human-computer interaction project.
Hopefully this makes your Stardew Valley experience better.
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