Have you ever wondered what Stardew Valley's Pelican Town, and its residents, would look like in 3D? Well wonder no longer because thanks to artist DrGluon and Sims YouTuber Loverrlee we now know - cute as a button.

The town was recreated in The Sims 4's build mode with Twitch streamer and freelance artist DrGluon designing and building each structure, while Loverrlee furnished and decorated the building interiors (thanks, PCGamer).

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It's the little details which make this recreation so impressive (if you ignore the scrawling Saloon sign) such as the ship wheel over 1 Willow Lane, the tyre in front of Pam's trailer and the flower pot placements. You can almost smell the evil coming from JojaMart.

Even better, you can download the build for yourself from The Sims 4 gallery and place it in your own world or just save it for later. However, it must be placed on a 64x64 lot and the moving objects cheat must be enabled (CTRL + Shift + C , type in bb.moveobjects and then press enter).

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If you want the full Stardew Valley experience you can also download Sims versions of the characters from The Sims 4 gallery, though I warn you some are better than others.

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