Keyboard only. Fullscreen recommended. c:

Made in 72 hours for Ludum Dare 38 by Ava Skoog and Marte Kvamme StrΓΈmmen. The theme was a small world

https://ldjam.com/events/ludum-dare/38/blomst

🌏 Join a tiny astronaut as she sets out to terraform planets by planting lots of flowers on them! 🌎

Your goal is to plant flowers, trees, bushes and cacti to strengthen the atmosphere. Harvest seeds from plants, which you can then use to either plant new plants of the same type, or save to exchange for seeds from rarer and more effective plants. Each plant contributes differently to the atmosphere at different costs. 🌱

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Updated 22 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Release date Apr 24, 2017
Rating
(2)
AuthorPrinsessa
Made withUnity
TagsCute, Ludum Dare 38, planet, plant, zen
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard

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Blomst_Windows.zip 16 MB

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Hello! I love this game, I recently discovered it looking for gardening games. My only issue is, I can't see the flowers :( I've been playing the game blindly. I do enjoy the music though, so at least it's a little fun. I'm still on a quest to find the perfect gardening game, and I won't stop until I do! (I like the satisfaction of planting crops and selling them, but most farming games like Hay Day and stuff just aren't appealing. You don't get to connect with the crops you're growing, and they just take far too long to grow)

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Hi!! 🌻 Been a while since anybody commented on this game, so thanks a bunch!

So glad you liked it, even with invisible flowers. πŸ˜… That's a weird bug… Did you try both the web build and the one native to your OS? 

(EDIT: Oh, my goodness! I realised I never put the native builds on this page. Sorry about that. They're uploaded now!)

Unfortunately this is just a jam game made in three days so it isn't receiving updates, but it's definitely high on my list of jam games that I might actually develop further at some point!

(I also made this gardening game if you missed it, but again a jam game that isn't super deep)

Hope you do find that perfect one tho! πŸ˜

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I found a wonderful one here on itch! I found Sand | A superfluous game. Really fun, haven't beat it yet but I'm enjoying it. Also, even though it was made for a game jam, I could see it becoming a good terrarium-like mobile game. The music was relaxing and nice even though I couldn't see what I was doing haha. I'll look into your other game, as well!

That does look very well done, cool! πŸ€© And thanks again!

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i dont know what i have done

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Simple, calm and satisfying.  Well done! Toward the end of terraforming, it felt like a compulsion to COVER THE PLANET WITH PRETTY PRETTY PLANTS

Heyy, thanks for playing this so long after release! If I may ask, how did you come across the game? I still have no clue how Itch works, heh… Thank you so much for your kind words! <3

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I think... I found F.O.U.R. randomly while browsing through itch.  I clicked because of the minimal character style (I'm looking for character style ideas for my own game), and wanted to see if you had made other games with minimal character styles when I saw Blomst. I love tiny planets and could not help myself :)

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Ah! If you didn't see it already, and if you're interested, I blogged a little bit about that on the LD front page. c:
https://ldjam.com/events/ludum-dare/43/f-o-u-r/f-o-u-r-minimalistic-methods-part...
There are posts for Blomst too linked to on its LD entry page if you want~ Thanks again!