Review: Blueberry Garden

“Beautiful flowers, budding trees, giant fruits, and playful critters thrive and grow across the entrancing, hand-drawn landscape found in Blueberry Garden. However, someone stupidly left the faucet running, and the world is starting to flood. Even with the growing, ever-present danger, you’ll immediately be torn between exploring this curious world and trying to save it from impending doom. Yes, there’s a very good reason why indie developer Erik Svedäng took home the Seumus McNally Grand Prize at this year’s Independent Games Festival for his experimental gaming creation: it’s utterly fascinating and completely enthralling.”

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Indie Queue: Of Blueberries and Gardening

“The garden is peaceful and serene, filled with edible fruits, lush flora and weird little party hat-wearing beasties that reproduce like crazy. Life also seems pretty good for the bird-beaked man in the bowler hat…until the water starts rising. Unlike his strange protagonist, Swedish game developer Erik Svedäng is in a situation that’s far from dire. Last month he took home the Seumus McNally Grand Prize at this year’s Independent Games Festival for Blueberry Garden – a whimsical and beautiful 2D platformer where you explore and interact with a delightful little world and attempt to keep from drowning in it.”

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