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Blueberry Garden Experimental Game Now On Steam For Linux

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Blueberry Garden is a short and experimental game about exploring a strange world. It is set in an ever-changing ecosystem and your goal is to find out what's going on among the softly swaying trees and mysterious creatures living there. 

Looks like it could be a relaxing game if a bit wierd looking, it did win an award at the 2009 IGF so it must be good!

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  • Interactive fairytale — no film sequences or dialogues 
  • Food — Try out the effects of various fruits and use their effects to navigate the landscape more easily 
  • Story — Experience two different endings depending on your choices and your skill 
  • Living world — Plants, fruits and animals living in symbiosis 
  • Music — Fantastic piano tunes by Daduk 

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gubs 25 Jan, 2014
Cool, I remember seeing this on some video podcast when it was new and even tried a bit on Windows, never got around buying it but it I think it is quite unique with the nice soundtrack, art style and a really weird world.
Apopas 25 Jan, 2014
Interesting. I think I will buy it as a gift to my sister.
Anonymous 25 Jan, 2014
This is just a wonderful game. It's a bit similar to Botanicula. For those who likes indies highly recommended.
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