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It's Spring Again is a extremely small educational game which aims to teach very young children about the different seasons. It was released on February 2 of this year, and so far it has collected 287 positive reviews on Steam, with only 18 negatives in comparison.

It's an already cheap game by itself, but if you get it this week on Steam, it has a current 30% discount, so it will only cost you USD 0.69. Also, there is a Collector's Edition, which includes an artbook and a video showcasing the puppet show on which it's inspired, though if you are interested in this edition it's best to buy the original game first and then upgrade it, otherwise you would be spending an additional USD 0.91.

Furthermore, there is an online demo available if you're unsure about buying the game yet. Although I couldn't play it because of an error, I sent an email to the developer and let her know about the issue, so in the event the same happens to you, know that it will be fixed presumably soon.

Official site: It's Spring Again
Steam Store page: It's Spring Again

About the game (Official)
It's Spring Again - an educational game for children ages two and up. It uses game mechanics to teach children about the seasons.

This game is intended to develop associational and logical thinking. By following the hints, children help the seasons change. They learn the order of the seasons and create a melody for each of them with a little help from their parents and the narrator.

It's Spring Again is based on The Forest Raised a Christmas Tree, a successful puppet show for children ages 2 to 5, in which puppets controlled by actors showed children audience the magic of change of seasons. The game enriches the show by allowing children to directly interact with the story. Article taken from
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2redge2 Oct 22, 2016
so bad it doesn't support french, my 7 old daughter love gaming on my desktop.
later maybe... :(
ElectricPrism Oct 23, 2016
LSD - not even once.

This style reminds me of Beautiful Katamari which makes me very happy.
GustyGhost Oct 23, 2016
Awesome, another title to flood your victims friends with during Steam sales. I must have gifted Secret of the Magic Crystal at least a dozen times now.
ElectricPrism Oct 23, 2016
Quoting: AnxiousInfusionAwesome, another title to flood your victims friends with during Steam sales. I must have gifted Secret of the Magic Crystal at least a dozen times now.

It's the best gift game ever.

QuoteSome ♥♥♥♥♥♥ gave me this game as a joke but jokes on him I met the love of my life, took care of her when she needed me, forced her to fornicate and produce offspring for my own twisted pleasure, and then sold her off and used to proceeds to buy a new love and start all over.

I need help.

Last edited by ElectricPrism on 23 October 2016 at 1:23 am UTC
wolfyrion Oct 23, 2016
I recommend also this one for very young children ( for ages 2 to 5)

Last edited by wolfyrion on 23 October 2016 at 10:51 am UTC
flesk Oct 24, 2016
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Quoting: 2redge2so bad it doesn't support french, my 7 old daughter love gaming on my desktop.
later maybe... :(

I got this game a while back to play it with my kids (and also to help sort out a Linux issue). I kind of forgot about it, so I haven't actually played it with them, but I think it should be possible to simultaneously interpret the game for your daughter, since there really isn't a whole lot of narration; just a sentence or two every now and then talking about the seasons and giving you a clue about what to do. My kids aren't native speakers of English either, so that was my plan anyway.
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