Exploit code found in Stardepolis 2 has been published online.
The exploit is found by a user on Reddit’s Stardew subreddit who discovered it during a search for code that would allow the player to enter a “cave” and leave without being killed.
The exploit, which allows the player a limited amount of time to exploit a bug in the game’s engine, can be found in the file “Stardew Valley: 2.0.0” which has been publicly available on GitHub.
It is unclear what the developer of the exploit is using the exploit for.
The Reddit post did not mention a download link, although a video showing the exploit was posted on YouTube.
The game has a reputation for being a buggy, buggy game and it has previously been reported to have crashed on occasion due to a glitch in the engine.
However, it was also reported that a bug had been fixed that made the game more playable, and was also the reason that a number of players reported bugs in the games launch version.
The issue with the exploit that caused crashes in the first game, which caused it to become unplayable, was fixed in the next one, which meant that players were able to play the game without crashing.
The developers of StardewValley said they would investigate the incident and “take action” to fix it.
A statement posted on the developers website said that “the exploit was created by an individual on Reddit who discovered the exploit.”
“We are investigating the incident to ensure it was not used for malicious intent, and will take immediate action if we learn that it was,” it read.
The Stardew developers are “working closely with the Steam community to find out who did this, as we believe it’s a security issue.”
Stardepolises original launch was delayed a few weeks due to the issue, and a Steam Greenlight page has been created for the game.