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The Garden Path sim shows off gameplay

the garden path slice-of-life sim game sample for linux mac and windows pc

The Garden Path slice-of-life sim game gives you a sample for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the creative and imaginative ideas of developer carrotcake. Working to make it’s way onto Steam this year.

The cozy and thoughful life sim The Garden Path shows some brand-new gameplay at the MIX 10th anniversary showcase. Wondering onto PC and Nintendo Switch later this year after a successful crowdfunding campaign. The Garden Path invites you to rebuild a long-forgotten garden. And also make new friends and take the time to smell the flowers.

The Garden Path Gameplay trailer (linux, Mac, Windows PC)

With a stunning, hand-drawn storybook aesthetic and beautiful day and night. As well as original soundtracks. The Garden Path will welcome you with its warmth, tranquility, and low-pressure gameplay. A living world built to be played as and when you wish. You can also do on your own or with a friend in local co-op. The garden will present new encounters, stories to weave, and distractions each time you play.

Features:

  • A humble gardening life-sim with real-time progress even when you’re away.
  • Rich illustrated visuals and original The Garden Path soundtrack. All due to draw you in.
  • A charming cast of characters, all with their own unique personalities and stories to tell. Some of your vegetable headed friends may even decide to move in!
  • Plant seeds, watch them grow, then harvest them for materials to use later.
  • Go fishing and score a big catch, collect dust flies, and trade your findings for new items.
  • Collect furniture in The Garden Path. Then decorate the garden and your tent to make it feel like home.

The garden is calm and still. A tender world of familiar sights and sounds, melody, and friendly faces. A space to call your own, to curate, and to reflect.

Take a stroll down The Garden Path later this year on Linux, Mac, Windows PC, and Nintendo Switch. So be sure to Wishlist the slice-of-life sim game on Steam.

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