Stardew Valley's Pelican Town Remade in Dreams – IGN

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Only released a few days ago on PlayStation 4, players are already hard at work designing their own creations in Media Molecule’s Dreams. One of the most impressive creations so far is a complete 3D recreation of Stardew Valley’s Pelican Town.

Creator Tooshi, a YouTuber who produces a ton of Stardew Valley videos, shared the remake on Twitter, taking viewers on a quick tour of Pelican Town which features some of Stardew Valley’s most recognizable locations like Jojomart and Stardrop Saloon. Check out the trailer.

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The Dreams recreation is almost identical to that of Stardew Valley and even allows players to visit various NPC homes — although you can’t go inside. If you’d like to check out the creation for yourself, it can be downloaded for free on the Dreams website. Here’s a birds-eye view of Pelican Town.

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Tooshi detailed the process of his Stardew Valley Dreams creation on YouTube for those interested. You can also find tons of other Stardew creations on his YouTube channel.

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Dreams has been home to tons of different fan creations over the past few months, including Mario, Sonic, and Pokemon creations. Dreams’ early access came to an end in December and released on PS4 earlier this month. Some creators have even created “demakes” of modern games reimagined as PS1 classics, such as this PS1 demake of The Last of Us Part 2 by YouTuber Bearly Regal.

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If you’re interested in the game, be sure to check out our Dreams review as well as a short history of how Dreams came to be. If you’re wondering whether or not Dreams is a legit game design tool, check out an actual game developer’s review of Dreams.

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Andrew Smith is a freelance contributor with IGN. Follow him on Twitter @_andrewtsmith.



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