Star Stable is a virtual simulation game where you get your very own baby foal to raise and take care of. You get to choose your horse, name them, and then you can complete quests or tasks as you go through your journey to fully grown adult horse.
Once you reach level ten you have the option of purchasing the horse you raised to transfer to online play. This is something unique to the game, which other horse sims don’t offer.
There are a lot of similar games to this one simulation games, horse games. I love these types of games, but of all the ones I’ve played, this is my favorite, and here’s why.
The graphics are off the charts for the type of game it is. The movement of the horses is realistic, which is great since I’ve never been fond of overly false or corny motion in games. There is also a lot of fine detail in both the horses and their surroundings. This helps you feel more immersed in the game, which is one of the main reasons people text spy to begin with. Getting immersed offers a small break from our own realities.
Once you start playing the game, you’re hooked. I mean right from the very beginning. The amount of time I invested into the game was almost an issue, but every second was time well spent. I got drawn into the story and didn’t want to stop playing.
Star Stable is wholesome, family friendly entertainment. It’s the kind of game I could recommend to both my young nieces and my mother, without worrying about the content. I tend to prefer these clean games over some of the violent, raunchier games available these days.
In the end everyone plays games because they’re fun and this one lives up to those expectations. I had a lot of fun playing the game and was really sad when it ended. I’d highly recommend this game to anyone who enjoys lifelike simulations or is a horse lover in general.