The Garden Path is a Slice-of-Life Sim, Announced for PC - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 26 May 2021 / 512 Views
Publisher and developer Carrotcake has announced slice-of-life simulation game, The Garden Path, for PC via Steam. It will launch in 2021.
View the announcement trailer below:
Here is an overview of the game:
A Garden Grown Your Way
Designed to be played as and when you wish, The Garden Path features a wealth of stories, activities and distractions to be experienced at your own pace. Don’t have time to watch your flowers grow? Come back tomorrow: time in the garden passes alongside the real world, and you’ll find plants you nurtured one day may bear fruit the next.
A Family Affair
You won’t be alone in your new home. Charming inhabitants will come and go, from Bunk, the tea-brewing macaque to Larto, a Greenlandic Musk Ox with a penchant for song-fish. You may even find some visitors willing to make their home alongside your own!
A Safe Space
The world of The Garden Path was designed with comfort in mind. Although a quiet and tranquil experience of flowing streams, gentle breezes and interesting characters, it is a safe space where reflection, and the potential melancholy that comes with it, are encouraged.
A Feast for the Eyes
With a hand drawn aesthetic unlike any other, The Garden Path’s stunning visual design embraces you from the start, inviting you into its world of low-fi pleasures. Combined with a soothing original piano soundtrack, it won’t be long before you’re lost in the flow of a simple life.
- A humble gardening life-sim with real-time progress even when you’re away.
- Rich illustrated visuals and original soundtracks that draw you in.
- A charming cast of characters, all with their own stories to tell.
- A far away corner to call your own – somewhere to pause and stay awhile.
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