Astranon's Rating of The UnderGarden:
Gameplay (Is it fun?): 4/4
Visuals (Does it look good?): 4/4
Originality (Is it one of a kind?): 4/4
Playability (Is it free of errors and other issues?): 4/4Overall Rating: 100% out of 100%
Astranon's Review of The UnderGarden:
The UnderGarden is a puzzle-platformer that was developed by Atari, Inc. It is one of those memorable games that stays with you long after you've played it. The visuals are charming and the music is tranquil. You play the role of an adorable, horned creature as it peacefully floats through windswept caverns. The goal is to disperse pollen throughout each cave in order to grow luminescent flora while uncovering hidden flowers and gems. These treasures will unlock either new skins or costume accessories that your creature can wear. Along the journey, you will meet other cute, horned creatures known only as the musicians. Their musical instruments cause flora to bloom that would not otherwise grow.
The UnderGarden can be played alone or locally (on the same computer) with a second person. The puzzles you will encounter are not so difficult that one person alone cannot solve them, however. The nice thing about the game is that it lets you replay a level as many times as needed to complete a missed objective without requiring other objectives to be repeated. You don't have to worry about hungry monsters that might be lurking in the darkness either. Life in this game is a bit more relaxed.
If you are looking for a game to unwind with at the end of the day, The UnderGarden will not disappoint you. I recommend this game.
[Note: This review was written to help other gamers make an informed decision before purchasing. It is in no way intended as an attack on opposing viewpoints. You are welcome to agree or disagree with what I have written here. Either way, I hope you have enjoyed reading it. Thank you.]