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The UnderGarden ist ein lässiges Zen Spiel, das den Spieler zur Erkundung wunderschöner Höhlen motiviert. Diese sind mit eigenartigen Lebensformen, Geräuschen, Musik und versteckten Geheimnissen gefüllt. Gelegenheitsspieler, die mit Vorliebe puzzlen, werden The UnderGarden’s für Ihre kopfzerbrechenden Erkundungen und die modernsten 3D...
Veröffentlichung: 10. Nov. 2010
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“Ein exzellenter Titel…eine komplett unterhaltsames Erlebnis.”
8/10 – New York Post
“UnderGarden könnte eines dieser bahnbrechenden Spielerlebnisse einer Generation werden”
“Das gesamte Spielgeschehen ist sehr harmlos, sehr Zen, träumerisch und glückselig.”

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The UnderGarden ist ein lässiges Zen Spiel, das den Spieler zur Erkundung wunderschöner Höhlen motiviert. Diese sind mit eigenartigen Lebensformen, Geräuschen, Musik und versteckten Geheimnissen gefüllt. Gelegenheitsspieler, die mit Vorliebe puzzlen, werden The UnderGarden’s für Ihre kopfzerbrechenden Erkundungen und die modernsten 3D Wiedergaben und physikalischen Rätsel mit Freude lösen. Spieler durchqueren auf der Suche nach Mitgliedern für ihre Musikgruppe riesige Unterwelten. Ziel ist die Zusammenzuführung der Gruppe und der Aufstieg an die Oberfläche. Auf dieser spannenden Reise werden Rätsel gelöst und merkwürdige Lebensformen als Freund gewonnen oder gar gemieden. Dieses Spiel basiert auf intuitiver Steuerung und ist eine Entspannung für jeden Spieler, ganz im Gegensatz zu anderen Action-geladenen Titeln.


  • Der leicht zugängliche Spielablauf nutzt unkomplizierte Steuerung.
  • Die physikalisch stimmigen Rätsel werden durch simple Schritte, wie z.B. das Verrücken einer Frucht zur Betätigung eines Hebels, gemeistert.
  • Umwelt-Puzzle werden durch exotisch wachsende Pflanzen bereichert. Die Welt ist farbenfroh und wird durch die Musik zu neuem Leben erweckt, während der Spieler durch diese Welt dahin treibt.
  • Musik begleitet den Spieler durch das ganze Spiel.
  • Der Spieler bestimmt seinen eigenen Fortschritt und kann Eigenständig die Spielwelt erkunden.
  • Das erste Spiel dieser Art, das 2 Spieler Co-Op erlaubt.
  • Lässiges Zen-Spiel-Design bietet 20 verschiedene Level, jedes mit unverwechselbarem Aussehen.


    • Betriebssystem: Windows® XP SP2, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7
    • Prozessor: Intel® Core™2 Duo E4300 oder AMD Athlon X2 3800+ oder schneller
    • Speicher: 1 GB
    • Grafik: ATI Radeon X1650, Intel GMA HD 733 MHz, NVIDIA GeForce 7600 oder schneller
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Festplatte: 1 GB frei
    • Sound: DirectX® 9.0c kompatibel
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9 von 9 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.0 Std. insgesamt
The UnderGarden is a slow casual experience with beautiful visuals and relaxing music. Good for that slow lazy evening yet offers a bit of a challenge if going for gold.

Think Creavures, Aquaria, even Sparkle 2 Evo - a slower-paced adventure with a heavy focus on mesmerising visuals and a soothing soundtrack. The aim of the game is to pollenize the underwater flora and explore the levels for secrets. There's no need to rush so it's perfectly fine to just relax and take time solving the odd puzzle. For those more interested in score it's certainly possible to go for speed as each level is scored and time is recorded. Something to appeal to both casual and core gamers.

The puzzle design is not ground-breaking but does what it has to do without compromising the relaxing nature of the game too much. There are lever puzzles, push-buttons that have to be held down (or up!) by special seeds, and some other physics-based puzzles. Some puzzles have alternative, less obvious solutions that lead to secrets and bonus collectibles so it's certainly worth the while to experiment a little and try to explore every nook and cranny.

I suppose I would recommend the game to anyone looking for a decent time without the fast pace of more modern games. It's not often that I play casual games like this, but the visuals and an overall calm atmosphere are hard to pass up.
Verfasst: 26. Mai
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
11.2 Std. insgesamt
Rating: 10 out of 10

The UnderGarden is a "zen game" from Atari. Zen games are an unusual lot in today's gaming communities (and I certainly wouldn't mind seeing more of them). Apparently, the flowing, glowing colors and the soft music of zen games are intended to sap the stress of everyday life as we play them. The Undergarden certainly achieves this effect. Don't feel like going to work? Turn down the blinds and turn on the voicemail. Then play The Undergarden for a while. No, you won't be killing anything or even talking to anyone. You'll turn into a cute little, troll-like creature floating through subterranean tunnels full of vibrant, glowing flora. Your mission is to help grow the flora, by tapping into green pods that emit a spray of pollen into the air. Collect the pollen and use it to grow the flora as you pass over it on your journey through the Undergarden. Here and there, you will encounter a musician - another troll-like creature like yoursef, playing an instrument. Carry the musicians with you and revel in the music they make as the flora bends and stretches to the sound. It's a very relaxing and dreamlike experience. Some of the best game music I have ever heard is right here. Thank you, Atari. <3
Verfasst: 30. Juli
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.4 Std. insgesamt
The UnderGarden is a decent casual game, with cute colorful visuals, nice music, and uncomplicated gameplay. You'll flit about serene mazelike caverns, making plants grow and solving a few simple physics-based puzzles. It's all quite peaceful and relaxing.

And with the game's deadliest threat being bubbles that knock your character back a few feet, The UnderGarden is about as stress-free as games get.

The UnderGarden isn't for hardcore gamers, but casual gamers and kids will probably enjoy it.
Verfasst: 30. Mai
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3 von 24 Personen (13%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.5 Std. insgesamt
Did i really bought this game ??? Controls are horrible with the mouse, music is a torture for my ears and the fun in the game is so low that i won't play it any longer.
Verfasst: 3. April
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19.9 Std. insgesamt
While I will not recommend anyone follow my review, I still feel like it would be important to share my experience with the game.

When I bought the game, I initially played it through the first level before setting it aside and going to a new game. This itself was not in a lack of interest, but to another video game that took said interest.

It was my girlfriend at the time who found interest in the game and began playing it. Now, I had been playing some games that stress my hardware, but this game was no where near the extent of the other games at the time.

Hence my surprise when my PSU exploded when she was playing this game. Typically, I would have excused this as a hardware issue on my part and would have not had any discomfort with the ownership of the game... Until it happened again. And again. Strike three was where I decided to make a sub category entitled, "Games of Shame," that includes games that are either unplayable or that I just don't typically like, and placed the game into said category.

From what I was able to play and/or witness, it is quite a beautiful game well suited for the casual/indie demographics. Quite family friendly, beautiful graphics, and appealing sound.
Verfasst: 26. Juli
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17 von 18 Personen (94%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
8.7 Std. insgesamt
Not a lot happens in this game and you can't get hurt or die, but it looks great, and that's good enough for me. There are some environmental type puzzles, although they're not all that challenging - but this game isn't trying to be that in any way. UnderGarden is more about relaxation, exploration, and having something nice to look at on the screen. UnderGarden hasn't crossed that line where it's more "art" than game; it is definitely still a game, but just don't expect tricky platforming or any enemies. I'm not even sure if you could call it platforming - you just float around making cool glowing stuff grow and weird dudes play music while nobody attacks you and even explosions don't hurt, and eventually you find your way to a portal and then go some place else and do more of the same and maybe you put on a hat. I like this game; 6 out of 10, would propagate.
Verfasst: 18. Juli 2013
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