Deep Silver to Publish Lets Play Garden for Wii and Nintendo DS in North America
February 8, 2010
Deep Silver to Publish ‘Let’s Play Garden’ for Wii and Nintendo DS in North America
Deep Silver announced today that Let’s Play Garden will be published for Wii and Nintendo DS in North America this spring. Plant lovers will get to try their hand at raising virtual flowers, vegetables and fruits with Let’s Play Garden.
In Let’s Play Garden, players complete tasks in a host of mini-games to earn different rewards and garden accessories. Friends of the flora will experience what it takes to tend to a garden without having to get their hands dirty.
“Let’s Play Garden is designed to give families who love games and gardening a fun, engaging experience,” said Geoff Mulligan, Chief Operating Officer at Deep Silver. “Young green thumbs will learn about gardening through a medium they're comfortable and familiar with, video games.”
Let’s Play Garden mini-games range from slinging tomatoes to chilly snowball fights depending on the season. As players complete the entertaining mini-games at various levels of difficulty, aspiring gardeners receive cards which reveal new areas in the garden and enhance their little green house. Nintendo DS players will enjoy the fun variety of tasks in single-player mode, and learn useful facts about plants by collecting cards. Gardeners on Wii can either master the challenges independently and fill their gardens with the rewards, or invite a friend to take part in a water bomb fight and other enjoyable mini-games.