Scrap Garden is a charming puzzle platformer about the adventures of Canny, a lonely robot, who awakens in a post-apocalyptic world to find all other robots shut down and seized up. What happened to the City? Why did all robots stop moving? Did anyone survive except him? Little rusty Canny has to do all he can to find answers to these questions… and try to fix it all.

  • Experience true 3D platformer gameplay inspired by genre masterpieces like Donkey Kong, Spyro the Dragon and Crash Bandicoot.
  • Enjoy beautiful award-winning graphics in an adorable post-robocalyptic world with 6 unique locations filled with mysteries and adventures.
  • Try out diverse gameplay mechanics, including tricky puzzles and refreshing minigames.
  • Challenge mighty bosses and find the right strategy to beat all of them!
  • Discover a truly moving story, narrated by Bobby Beato, that will take you deep inside the conflict between nature and technology.
  • Dive into the atmosphere of an abandoned world with fascinating music by three composers.
  • Find all hidden collectibles to learn more about the world and unlock extra content.

Scrap Garden is a wonderfully cute and intriguing game taking you into a post apocalyptic world where robots once thrived but now everything has gone quiet and nature has taken the world back. During your time playing Scrap Garden you’ll encounter various enemies and well thought out boss battles, explore and discover, what happened and if there is a way to return things back to how they were.

 

I remember seeing Scrap Garden in development way before it’s release and I can say it came a long way, from a small tech demo to a full blown game with epic boss battles, an awesome soundtrack, clear and precise voice overs and an interesting story that unfolds along the way. One of the shinning aspects of the game is the simplistic yet difficult gameplay, you can easily explore the worlds but the puzzles may make your brain work a little harder then usual, like any game the puzzles increase in difficulty as the game goes on but at no point was I ever stuck or unable to move on due to the puzzle being too intricate.

 

 

I can easily play this game for hours and continue to find things to do in the world, it’s not endless but the feeling is there and that’s good enough for me!

 

 

Scrap Garden is yet another fine example of what a small indie team can accomplish with enough strive, effort and love for their game. The game itself has won multiple awards and even after the game’s release the developers continue to push the envelope. Giving the gamers even more, Scrap Garden The Day Before was released, presenting yet another well thought out and put together part of the Scrap Garden world. Even though they could have charged for the new extension of the game they decided to make it free for any steam user, how can you argue with that!

 

 

There is a demo version available for Scrap Garden but for those who can’t afford the full version, The Day Before gives you an opportunity to dive back into the Scrap Garden world, hopefully making you enjoy it so much that you’ll end up purchase the full version out of pure love for the game!

 

 

The Scrap Garden world definitely has a lot to offer, far more then the few things I covered in this article, so head on over and check it out today!

 

 

 

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