Garden Galaxy is a fun little game where you collect different types of environmental tiles, chairs, tents, cauldrons, bushes, and other garden features to build cozy and relaxing landscapes.
A clever blend of cozy design toys and idlers that encourage new discoveries by arranging tiles to create your very own garden. As you build, you earn coins and can buy new plants, furniture and decorations in different themed sets. Then use them to build a garden that can be further customized with lighting, effects, and backgrounds.
And of course, a mysterious little visitor can come to the garden and leave coins here that will draw in idle elements. You can leave it,” said the game description.
Garden Galaxy draws on some mobile game tropes without indulging in microtransactions or time wasting. , you can stack probabilities to block things you don’t want.
Garden Galaxy is kind of halfway between an idle game and a digital toy, or a combination of the two, and I love that.If you’re fascinated by Townscaper, it’s for you (opens in new tab) or cloud garden (opens in new tab) in the past few years.
Garden Galaxy can be found on Steam (opens in new tab)for $10 for a free demo and the indie developer behind it is Anneka Tran you can find twitter. (opens in new tab)
In other digital toy news, both Chris Livingston and I find this castle-building sandbox look very appealing.