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<p>If you've been cracking on with Stardew Valley for a while now you'll know about the bugs that still need fixing. Today's patch takes care of a fair few of them - hurrah!</p><p>It's been just under a couple of months since Stardew's release, and the game is still popular as ever. Though highly rated across the board, there were several complaints including the awful audio crackle, the game crashing when you go to sleep, and a decrease in save times.</p><p>As well as these three major points, a huge roster has been listed. These include:</p>Support for video recordingFixing the morning music loopFixing the game crashing when an empty journal is opened upIncluding vibration in handheld modeFixing the inability to select particular items in the menuFixing the Wizard's slay monster quests (no more hilarious screenshots)<p>Read the full changelog right here.</p>
<p>Solforge had an interesting path to its release. It first showed up on the App Store in 2012 as a sort of demo for what could become the next big TCG. Made by the creators of Ascension and Magic: The Gathering, its Kickstarter was a success and earned almost $500K.</p><p>Development slowed and it never could find a proper audience though, especially after Hearthstone launched. Yesterday, the app saw its first update in a year, bringing massive changes. More than that, this means that the game is now out of beta and officially released.</p>
So vast is the gaming universe in itself that nobody can measure its depth because it is increasing every second. Variety of category and genre, the game for every one of its kind and their eye treating gameplay. All these things provide users with unlimited choices and complexity, and absolute freedom to choose and enjoy the game of your genre. Whatever you love, there is always in abundance.
A WOLF coming out of a field of oats met a Horse and thus addressed him: "I would advise you to go into that field. It is full of fine oats, which I have left untouched for you, as you are a friend whom I would love to hear enjoying good eating." The Horse replied, "If oats had been the food of wolves, you would never have indulged your ears at the cost of your belly."