Developer ConcernedApe has released the latest patch for its popular life and farming sim Stardew Valley, which improves marriage dialogue, harvesting from fruit trees and a large number of tweaks to general gameplay.
The 1.07 update also squashes a few bugs listed in the patch notes posted on the game's Steam page, which includes a lot of fantastic entries that will make no sense to people who haven't played the game. "Snow yams shouldn't appear in the desert anymore," says on entry. "Willy now likes most fish dishes," says another.
Stardew Valley is much more than the farming sim it first appears to be. Once you've got to grips with a life of agriculture, players can form relationships with other villagers, marry them, start a family, take on the dangers of the mine and fend off the looming threat of a big business looking to set up shop in the area.