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The Undergarden is a very fun physics-based digital release. The gameplay and colorful presentation make for a relaxing and enjoyable experience. The game’s dynamic music that changes depending on the number of musicians you find and carry around each level provides players with a unique experience.
Another week, another game to review! This time I’m very happy to have had a chance to review The Undergarden, a PSN game that developer Vitamin G and publisher ATARI (yep, THAT ATARI) are proud to present to us PS3 owners:
The UnderGarden is a brand new, highly immersive casual game designed to inspire, provoke, and hypnotize.
Gameplay is simple, yet profoundly compelling. Your goal is to master your character’s unique abilities to explore the furthest-flung crannies of this vividly hypnotic realm. Only by stepping beyond what is known will you succeed in navigating vast subterranean networks to find your long-lost band mates and lead them safely to the surface. Challenging puzzles and exotic, fantastical life forms guide you through the quest of a lifetime.
Before you dive into this review, you might want to check the Q & A we had with Vitaming G so you can get a bit of a background on the game.
All done? Ok, here we go!