Clean Up Your Farm With Lego Stardew Valley

Lego Stardew Valley Farm MOC

Stardew Valley is a modern day classic video game about managing and running a farm. Heavily influenced by the Harvest Moon series, Stardew Valley has surpassed it in every way. Starting the game with an old run down farm, and eventually turning it into a virtual paradise is surprisingly relaxing. The Brick Art has created a great Lego Stardew Valley MOC for Lego Ideas. Here 1568 pieces combine into a modular farm. The huge selling point is the upgradable buildings and land. The whole build has also been built to scale, doing its best to match the video game. There has also been considerations taken to be able to add on or expand the farm. Maybe some day the local town, caves, and coast, will be created…

Lego Farm From Stardew Valley Video Game

Check out the Lego Stardew Valley over on Lego Ideas, the product idea has sadly expired, but will remain in our memories: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/222ba56b-aa9b-4215-8856-f25022404191

Buildings and Upgrades, Lego Stardew Valley Farm

A Tiny Charming Lego Village In A Jar

Lego Village In A Jar

This is a Lego Village-In-A-Jar or is it a Bottle? A whole European style village is built inside this small jar. There is even a river and bridge. Plus rolling green hills and red roofs. This very charming village is the creation of AvengeTheMollusc. There are even plans in the future to add some trees, as soon as the correct pieces can be found. This is a great example of finding alternative ways to display awesome Lego MOC work.

Check out the Village-In-A-Jar over here: https://www.reddit.com/r/lego/comments/exv4jv/recently_started_making_microscale_dioramas_and/

Deadwood is friendlier in Lego

Lizard Combatant's Lego Deadwood

Deadwood was founded as an illegal town in the late 1800’s and is located in South Dakota. The town is a perfect example of the dirty Wild West. It became famous as the location of the murder of Wild Bill Hickok. Throughout its history some of the most famous legends made their home in this little mountain town. The extremely well written TV show, also titled Deadwood, did a great job merging the history and fiction of this infamous place. Lizard Combatant, of SomethingAwful, recently paid tribute to Deadwood with this great collection of Lego Minifigures.

Can you spot Seth Bullock, Al Swearengen, Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Charlie Utter, and George Hearst?