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This is a charming, soothing, warm and cuddly kind of point and click happiness.

I am about 30 minutes in so it's early days but it brings to mind all the excellent things about things like Machinarium, but in a flora and fauna sort of way. Beautifully drawn, it's a "2D point-and-click adventure about a robot saving her home from a dark crystalline force. Set upon a biopunk space station, you play as Nara, a growbot in training to become a captain. When your station home is attacked by rapidly growing crystals, it's down to you to save it".

I have pushed things and fiddled with things and made some things grow and put a guinea-pig type critter inside the plastic dome that is my head. No spoken word, but lots of elegant sounds, and all sorts of things to collect and use and ponder.

I feel compelled to mention there have been two music note puzzles so far and I expect there are more to come. Nothing to date has been terribly difficult.

Save at will, point and click all the way, it's already an utter delight.


114 tomato plants pulled up and gardens put to sleep for the winter.