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About this game
Content Rating: Everyone
Lose yourself in an endlessly satisfying puzzle game set in the midst of a mysterious forest world. Transform your garden by combining plants into strange new forms, and unearth deeply hidden secrets as you become engrossed in the game’s calming rhythm. Wander into the forest and help bring it back to life with the help of Fen, your creature guide. Evergarden may feel familiar at first, but you will discover it is like no game you have played before.
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Evergarden is a surprisingly compelling package. It’s equal parts a score-chaser and narrative puzzle game, and built in a way where both components feel fun and fully realized. There’s something here for you if you want to spend a few hours uncovering a story and completing bespoke puzzles, and tons more if you want to spend time learning the best strategies for combining plants and netting high scores. It may have a couple rough edges, but Evergarden’s core is so strong that it’s worth playing anyway.
In a recent interview, the developers behind Evergarden shared that the game was created to honor their mother who sadly died in 2016. That somehow lends a poignant charm to the game, beyond the almost excessive charm it already possesses, and I’m sure she’d be proud.
If you like chasing high scores then this is blooming marvellous, unfortunately, the action can get rather repetitive.