The developer says this is indeed the full game (with content up to version 1.3), albeit with touch controls and touch-focused tweaks (e.g. new UI).
Also included for PC players will be the option to transform saved data to the iOS version via iTunes.
It'll cost you £8 once it's out, and that's it.
Stardew Valley is pretty much on every platform known to man.
If you're a fan of Stardew Valley, why not head on over to our YouTube channel where you can find our video series which follows our doomed-to-fail attempt at making a successful farm.
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In a surprise announcement, Chuckldefish and one-man developer Concerned Ape revealed a mobile port for Stardew Valley. It'll arrive on iOS October 24th. The iOS version of Stardew Valley arrives on October 24, with the Android version to come at a later date. Well, at least iOS users will since the Android version of the game isn't finished yet.
Since Stardew Valley is 2D, it won't stress your device or drain its battery like a 3D shooter game would, so it should be playable on a variety of different phones and tablets.
The game was the only title I've personally given a ideal 10 to in my time here at TechRaptor and that's for a very good reason - it's a heck of a lot of fun.