Escape into a beautiful world of gardening, village-building, and giving belly rubs to bugs

I know everyone is busy blasting each other in Halo Infinite and Battlefield 2042, but I’m a little tied up right now catching fish, singing to plants, building libraries, and giving belly rubs to adorable bugs. That’s exactly the kind of escapism I need right now, and I’ve found it […]

I know everyone is busy blasting each other in Halo Infinite and Battlefield 2042, but I’m a little tied up right now catching fish, singing to plants, building libraries, and giving belly rubs to adorable bugs.

That’s exactly the kind of escapism I need right now, and I’ve found it in the surprisingly beautiful and stress-free sandbox Grow: Song of the Evertree. It’s a healthy dose of Animal Crossing and My Time at Portia, with a tiny sprinkle of Zelda thrown in. There’s village building and decorating, goofy people to meet and make happy, loads of little quests and activities, plus lots of gardening, fishing, dress-up, and even some light dungeon platforming and puzzle solving. You even get to mix a bunch of ingredients in a talking cauldron and make your own little worlds.

https://www.pcgamer.com/escape-into-a-beautiful-world-of-gardening-village-building-and-giving-belly-rubs-to-bugs/

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