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Best friends Arina and Frendt fall into a series of vibrant, dreamlike island gardens peppered with everyday objects from their childhood. Together they embark on an emotional journey that examines the significance of their friendship: the memories they’ve built, what must be let go, and what should never be left behind.<br><br>Lost in a mysterious realm where cause and effect are malleable, the friends find that time flows in all directions. Manipulate time to solve puzzles and reach the apex of each isle. Follow the duo as they unpack and explore their significant moments spent together, lighting up constellations and illuminating threads of a bittersweet narrative.<br><br><br>"A masterwork."<br>- The Guardian<br><br>“A must-have title for anyone who enjoys puzzle games.”<br>- Gaming Trend<br><br>“An incredibly clever and frighteningly intricate puzzle formula.”<br>- Nintendo Life<br><br>"Full of creative touches and small magical moments."<br>- GameSpot<br><br>"A magical journey."<br>- Polygon<br><br>“You really need to play it.’<br>- Engadget<br><br><br>FEATURES<br>• Vibrant, storybook-inspired art style<br>• Dreamy tale of adventure, friendship and growing-up<br>• Gorgeous single player experience with a meaningful personal story<br>• Bespoke ingenious puzzles require the manipulation of time to solve<br>• Accessible design; simple controls, and no text, speech, time pressure or complex UI<br>• Relaxing, ambient soundtrack by feature-artist Tim Shiel<br>• Play in widescreen landscape or tall portrait view<br>• Seventeen achievements to find and complete<br>• No internet required. No data tracking. No in-app purchases. No ads.<br><br>AWARDS<br>• 'Apple Design Award' Winner - Apple 2019<br>• 'Mac Game of the Year' Winner - Apple 2018<br>• 'Game of the Year' Winner - AGDA 2018<br>• 'Most Innovative Game' Winner - Game Two 2018<br>• ‘Best Technology’ Winner - Sense Of Wonder Night 2018<br>• 'Visual Excellence' Finalist - IGF 2018<br>• 'Best of MIX' Winner - MIX Seattle 2018<br>• 'Game Design Excellence' Winner - BIC Fest 2017<br>• Plus another twenty industry award nominations<br>• 'Final Selection' of more than 16 international festivals<br><br>Stream or buy the original and extended soundtrack of The Gardens Between at https://awal.lnk.to/glowingpains
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The gardens between is a gorgeous and inventive puzzle game with clever time bending mechanics. Only ten or so levels in and even though it hasn’t become very difficult yet every time a puzzle comes together I get the biggest smile and find myself repeating each time “okay this game is really cool.” Just realizing the solution then watching the pieces fall into place is so satisfying and that satisfaction is only bolstered by the lovely animations and an incredibly strong art direction (seriously in love with this art style!) Very thoughtful level design; beautiful, winding mountains covered with household objects that tower over you as you ascend the summit, manipulating time to position falling objects or jumping boxes, orchestrating a “right place right time” flow of events. All of it services a very satisfying gameplay loop and a clear sense of place; stooped in nostalgia and our relationships with the passage of time. Besides some minor hitching on level start-up and that it makes my iPad (6th gen) really hot pretty quickly, the game runs well and the touch controls are good and simple; not a bunch of different inputs and not finicky in any way. I could go on about how great the sound design and music are (which they really really are superb) and how much I like the subtle, wordless storytelling/atmosphere building, but I’ll stop here and heavily implore you buy this game and experience it for yourself.
An immersive experience first, and a puzzle game second. Amazing and worth it. Art: 10 / 10 Puzzles: 8 / 10 Music: 9 / 10 Controls: 10 / 10 Overall: 5 Stars Full Review I never review games, but this one was just too great to stay quiet about! I played this on my iPad Pro 11” (with comfortable headphones) and could not be happier with the overall gameplay experience. TGB’s colorful art style, paired with its atmospheric sound design and minimal touch controls, creates an immersive experience that’s perfect for the mobile platform. Everything looks, feels, and sounds just right on the iPad. The game’s puzzles and level-design are also quite good. While I can’t say that any of the puzzles completely blew my mind, TGB certainly offers its fair share of twists and challenges in about 20 levels. If you’re an extreme puzzle-gamer, you probably won’t find yourself getting stuck very often, but chances are you’ll still have a great time discovering the game’s progressively complex mechanics. All in all, if you love art, puzzles, and immersive experiences, this is the game for you. The Gardens Between isn’t an impossible puzzle game that you would play to push your brain muscles to their breaking point, but it is a stimulating and imaginative experience that’s great for winding down at the end of a long day. For $5, it’s an absolute steal. Buy this game.
I’m halfway through the game and it’s just beautiful. I understand the cost for the graphics and sound/music alone but I’m beginning to regret spending $5 on this and not a different app... The puzzles are getting harder now but it’s annoying how SLOW everything moves. There are times when you have to repeat the same process over and over going back and forth in time and while the graphics and scenery are pretty to look at, I just want the kids to hurry up. Maybe there should be a speed setting for that. Also when you finally finish a level it takes too long to see the scene and light up the constellation and all I’m left wanting to do is get a move on to the next puzzle. I get it. It’s a story too not just puzzles and it’s like monument valley with the little animations after you complete a level but monument valleys are much quicker or more engaging I guess. I’m gonna finish it regardless but I wrote this hoping the developers will see it and maybe consider making an update with an option to speed things up a little.
If you’re debating buying this game, stop and buy it! It is brilliant. Original controls (swipe left and right to manipulate time and tap to interact with objects) that are super intuitive and extremely easy to use. Graphics are beautiful on my iPhone X, there are so many moving objects in each scenery it feels like the world comes to life when you swipe. The object of the game is to carry a glowing orb to the top of each level but it’s not as easy as it sounds 😉.. very fun puzzle mechanic! I’m scared to keep playing because I don’t want it to end! Lol
The games graphics are just absolutely gorgeous; some of the best I have seen. However, the games navigation and puzzles in regards to what you need to do are confusing. Look, I understand this is a puzzle-play navigation game, but many of the puzzles make very little to no sense at all. Lumino-City and Monument-2 puzzle games make sense in regards to what you need to accomplish. This game makes zero sense in regards to puzzles. I think that the creators of this game would attract and retain more players if the purpose and direction of the game made some sense. How about providing some tips on what you as the player are supposed to be doing in the game, particularly in the beginning. When I can not figure out even how to start playing a game, what I end up doing is just deleting the app altogether and then recommend others to do the same.
Developed by The Voxel Agents.
The Gardens Between is ranking in Games & Puzzle & Adventure
Last update was at Oct 09, 2019and the current version is 1.02.
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