Looking For a Different Type of Farm? Try Miracle Garden

Sun, May 23, 2010

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If you are getting bored with the farming games out there, and find yourself not wanting to plant another ear of corn, you might want to check out IGG.com’s new Facebook game, Miracle Garden.

Jumping into Miracle Garden, the first thing you will notice is the art style. It’s cutesy and bright, and the characters have big heads and small buddies with exaggeratedly stubby features, sort of anime-esque. The second thing you will notice is that this farming game focuses on flowers rather than fruits and vegetables. If you want an aesthetically pleasing farm, here’s your chance to create something gorgeous. Using a quest and experience system like Country Story to teach players how to play (although if you have played a farm game, you already know), Miracle Garden will allow you to plant, grow, and harvest a large number of flowers.

In addition, you will also be able to crossbreed flowers and create new species. You can use your friends to help you discover new types of flowers, an ability that becomes more and more necessary the further you get in the game. Your “Nursery”, an in-game store that lists all of the flowers you can grow, has a limited amount of space so as you discover more flowers, you will have to start choosing which flowers you will want to be able to grow in the future. You can collaborate with your friends to ensure that you make the most of this space.

You can check out the fan page and start gardening at this link.

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