The Gardens Between for PC
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The Gardens Between

Sep 19, 2018
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About this game

Developer: The Voxel Agents
Content Rating: Everyone


The Gardens Between is a single-player adventure-puzzle game about time, memory and friendship. Best friends Arina and Frendt fall into a series of vibrant, dreamlike island gardens peppered with everyday objects from their childhood. Together they embark on an emotional journey that examines the significance of their friendship. Manipulate time to solve puzzles and reach the apex of each isle. Follow the duo as they unpack and explore their precious moments spent together, lighting up constellations and illuminating threads of a bittersweet narrative.

Critic Reviews

11 Reviews
Lydia TangSep 19, 2018
Overall, The Gardens Between is not particularly complex or subtle with the linear-nature of its puzzle-solving and familiar story, but the level of creativity and depth the game reaches with its uncomplicated parts is not to be understated. It is a game to be played after a long day of school or work, when you might need to take a moment to remember simpler times.
Lindsay MayhewMay 17, 2019
The end of the game may be the end of being neighbors, but it doesn’t mean the end of being friends. Arina and Frendt evolve over time together, from kiddie pools to exploring drains. My friends and I preferred to explore the local cemetery, which seems bleak in retrospect. Anyway, they will keep evolving as they are apart, and in my mind they remain friends through the trials of tribulations of growing up and into adulthood.
Kyle JohnsonSep 20, 2018
Though it may be criminally short, The Gardens Between is a love letter to childhood backed by incredible art design, an emotional story and consistently fresh puzzles. The universal experiences of childhood and childlike wonder translate well. Furthermore, the spirit of imagination from the central pair is on full display in the level design. More levels would have been nice, but what’s on display in The Gardens Between is too good to miss.


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