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Plantasia gardening game released

updated 10:25 am EDT, Mon July 24, 2006

Plantasia released

PlayFirst today released Plantasia, a game of gardening that focuses on fictional plant life. "From the creators of Diner Dash comes Plantasia, a game of gardening delight. Enter your luscious gardens, where magical flowers and a fairy-in-training are waiting to show you the way. Plant seeds, harvest flowers, restore fountains, and watch as your gardens bloom. But beware! Weeds, rocks, insects and the clock are all waiting to make your game a fun-filled challenge." Players restore one garden after the next, choosing flowers and gardening spells as they discover how a fairy wish unfolds. The game features 50 levels, more than 35 types of plants with varying blooms, five gardens, multiple emotional states for each plant, and two modes that consist of "Holly's Story" or "Garden Challenge." Plantasia is available for $20 via, and requires Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later.

by MacNN Staff





  1. se12

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Crappy games

    Another joke of a game. These titles are laughable I wish macnn wouldnt post them at all. Especially when you consider the competition.

  1. JEB

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Sounds pretty good

    My first thought was, hey, this sounds like a neat game for our kids. Seriously; I'm glad space was made to describe this . . . seems age appropriate. I wanted to play Nanosaur with my family, but the T-rex's bazooka was a little over the top. I will check into this.

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