Realistic Cellar Size Mod

The Realistic Cellar Size Mod will do exactly as its name implies. Your cellar will be given a much needed upgrade in space in relation to the fully upgraded farmhouse. One of the super neat things about this mod is that you will not have to temporarily remove your cask setup. Once added, the mod will expand the room and leave your casks as they are.

Look at all that space!

Installation

First off, back up your Content folder! This is very important, you’ll need to do this to remove the mod without potentially messing up your game. You can do this by navigating to your Stardew Valley folder and copy and pasting the Content folder to your desktop. I recommend you re-name it to something like “Content Original” so you can always use this to restore your game to the vanilla version. For help finding your game’s local files, check out part of this guide.

Next you’ll need to replace all of the .xnb files from the download with the corresponding files in your Stardew Valley folders. Once done, restart your game and you’re ready to go!

Created by: Cylesburk

Bathroom After Second House Upgrade Mod

Your new bathroom!

Ever wondered why your house never gets a bathroom upgrade? Well, now you can have one! This mod will add a bathroom to your house once you have purchased to second house upgrade. It’s not just cosmetic either, you’re even able to get into the pool to recover some stamina!

Just chillin’

Compatibility

Note that this mod will not work with any other mods that affect the second house upgrade. There is also a known bug that cannot be fixed that involves the dialogue for the mirror, although it’s not a big issue!

Installation

First off, back up your Content folder! This is very important, you’ll need to do this to remove the mod without potentially messing up your game. You can do this by navigating to your Stardew Valley folder and copy and pasting the Content folder to your desktop. I recommend you re-name it to something like “Content Original” so you can always use this to restore your game to the vanilla version. For help finding your game’s local files, check out part of this guide.

Next you’ll need to replace all of the .xnb files from the download with the corresponding files in your Stardew Valley folders. Once done, restart your game and you’re ready to go!

Created by:  DevilBro

Arvak the Skyrim Horse Mod

A farmer riding Arvak

Any Skyrim fans out there? This mod will replace your vanilla horse with the incredibly cool (and creepy!) Arvak from Dawnguard. The mod even features two versions, one with a saddle and one without. Here’s a closer look at the smooth animation!

Imagine riding through town on this guy!

Installation

First off, back up your Content folder! This is very important, you’ll need to do this to remove the mod without potentially messing up your game. You can do this by navigating to your Stardew Valley folder and copy and pasting the Content folder to your desktop. I recommend you re-name it to something like “Content Original” so you can always use this to restore your game to the vanilla version. For help finding your game’s local files, check out part of this guide.

Next you’ll need to replace all of the .xnb files from the download with the corresponding files in your Stardew Valley folders. Once done, restart your game and you’re ready to go!

Created by: R99AZM

 

Starry Sky Interface Mod

This mod will replace the original user interface with a pastel blue and pink interface, with astrological and wing accents. The author has went out of their way to include an almost full package replacing all of the original interfaces to match the theme.

This includes cursors, menu tiles, text boxes, and even the title screen! Font colors were softened to more match the color palette of the interface. Purple now replaces the original red max friendship color. The letter and envelopes have even been redesigned!

The new dialogue boxes!

The fishing interface and treasure chests have been recolored, and villager portrait boxes now have a cool wing-type moon design! Lastly, the bulletin board (includes the help board and calendar) has been changed up to fit the color scheme as well. Give this mod a try and show the author some love!


Installation

First off, back up your Content folder! This is very important, you’ll need to do this to remove the mod without potentially messing up your game. You can do this by navigating to your Stardew Valley folder and copy and pasting the Content folder to your desktop. I recommend you re-name it to something like “Content Original” so you can always use this to restore your game to the vanilla version. For help finding your game’s local files, check out part of this guide.

Next you’ll need to replace all of the .xnb files from the download with the corresponding files in your Stardew Valley folders. Once done, restart your game and you’re ready to go!

Created by: walpi

Prairie King Mod – Easy Achievement!

Having a tough time with the Fector’s Challenge achievement? It is undoubtedly one of, if not the most difficult in the game. Here’s a mod that will help make it a breeze! Note that you cannot do this on the console version of the game.

Journey Of The Prairie King – are you ready?

Installation

This mod is SMAPI compatible! Check out our SMAPI modding guide!

Editing the File

Once you’ve installed the mod (don’t know how? look here!) and ran it for the first time, a config.json file will be generated in the mod’s folder. Open it up with a text editor like Notepad++ and you’ll see the following:

{
“alwaysInvincible”: false,
“infiniteCoins”: false,
“infiniteLives”: false,
“rapidFire”: false
}

These are pretty self-explanatory, all you’ll need to do to enable them is change the “false” to “true”, easy as that! If you’re having trouble figuring this out, consider checking out our config file editing guide.

Goodluck on your achievement run, although you shouldn’t need much luck anymore!

Created by: Mucchan & Pathoschild