I too would be very happy if someone were to gift me a copy of Don't Starve, now that it's half-off.
I've loved wilderness survival stories, fictional and real, ever since I was a kid. I read the classics, of course - Robinson Crusoe, The Swiss Family Robinson (that one was an especial childhood favorite), and also Julie of the Wolves, My Side of the Mountain, The Cay, Gary Paulsen's Hatchet and all its sequels, Will Hobbs's Far North, and more that I can't remember now - I've read and loved them all. My friends and I played "lost in the woods" and "stranded on a deserted island" for hours on end. I think Don't Starve might take me back to that, as it looks like wilderness survival fiction in an interactive form.