It's on Switch.I fucking love this game right now, though I know I'm going to burn out on it eventually. I need to see if it's on Switch, because this could be my game before bed. I now have both a story mode, with branching paths and 3 characters and a more familiar mode called Brawl which is basically exactly like most of these card roguelikes, cuts out the story. I didn't even mention this before, but what really sets this apart is the fact that you balance two decks, a combat deck and a negotiation decks. Both have different mechanics that play into the boons and banes of the different factions.
I can't recommend it enough if these kinds of games are your jam. It has almost no tutorial though, or a very minimal one one your first run. If you have any experience with these kinds of games you'll get it pretty quick.
It should be called, "All the excitement of fishing, now with guns."A friend bought me a game called "theHunter: Call of the Wild". Yes, it's called "theHunter" not "The Hunter" or even just "Hunter".
Stardew Valley fishing is no joke. I leveled up on trash in my yard until I got the iridium rod. Some fish are easier with the new rod/tackle/bait.