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Garden In! peaceful sandbox launches now

garden in! peaceful sandbox game launches now on both linux and windows pc

Garden In! peaceful sandbox game launches now on both Linux and Windows PC. Which is the creative effort of developer Dramatic Iceberg. Available now on Steam with 92% Positive reviews.

Italian developer Dramatic Iceberg is very eager to finally open the doors to your own dream gardens. These are full of cuteness and warmth in the form of their latest endeavour. The wholesome garden sandbox simulator Garden In! is now live.

The games designer Tommaso Verde is already teasing players with content to come after the release: “Now that our whole team has been working with the game for a long time, we’re excited to see all the gardens blooming soon around the world. We are nowadays good at exploring the world of plants and the whole team is constantly pushing for new plants and designs. So Garden In!’s community will soon see a lot of updates as well!”

Choose a pot, put some soil in it, and finally plant a seed. The Garden In! journey can start. Since each plant is unique and has different needs. All they need is time, love, and caring. Then grow strong and beautiful.

Garden In! Official Trailer

For Garden In!, first you have a few seeds available, which you can plant in soil, water, and rocks. Plus you also have a few pots to choose from. But as you advance, combine different seeds and try out different growing conditions. In Garden In!, your seed library will grow and grow, until you are the most advanced horticulturist in the world. As a result, you will unlock new rooms and areas by playing the game further.

Steam Deck support is coming, according to the developer reply:

Steam Deck support and verification is coming soon!

Garden In! peaceful sandbox game launches on Steam. The price is $8.99 USD / £7.19 / 8,99€ including the 10% discount, until February 1st. Along with support for Linux and Windows PC. There is a GOG listing, but no Linux support.

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1 Comment

  • oli
    Jan 27, 2023 1:20 pm

    I’m disappointed that it takes place inside a tiny room and not outside.