There's A Growing body within the gaming community that consider doing nothing artistic and intriguing. I'm not talking about being bone idle or poopsocking your way through a night's worth of World of Warcraft. No, I'm talking 'art' nothing: doing something where there is no tangible reward or reason for doing it This is where Blueberry Garden is coming from and the market it is aiming for. Ish.
While the majority of the game is just about exploring a basic-yet-lovely cartoon world with your duck-faced creature thing, there is kind of a point -stand near the large objects in the game, be they top hats, dice, tomatoes or whatever - and you and said object get teleported back to the start. The teleported item is then placed on the platform above the start point, balancing on other objects you've put there, with each subsequent object added creating a taller structure.
The reason for doing this is that water gradually fills the world and. if you can't build a tower up far enough (or go for the other ending, as there's another way around the problem) you end up drowning. Really though, the game is just about exploring the world and finding new places. You can walk around normally or glide through the sky to reach far-off ledges. And that's pretty much your lot. Oh, and you can eat various types of fruit and nuts that give you certain abilities, not all of which are immediately fathomable. One just turns you blue, as far as I'm aware.
The positives are that Blueberry Garden is very cheap, very friendly, and is charming as an experience, but it's just that: an experience, not a game. As I said at the beginning, this game is not suited for those who need structure in their gameplay. Everyone else will adore it. for about an hour at least.
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- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP