The UnderGarden – Gameplay HD (1080p)

The UnderGarden – Gameplay HD (1080p)


The UnderGarden – Gameplay in HD Own-made


* Developpers: Artech Studios
* Publishers: Atari
* Distributors: Steam – Atari
* Release Date: 10 Nov 2010
* More info (Review):
* Official Site:
* Music: In-game (I didn’t even edited any music)

* System requirements (minimum):
– Windows® XP (SP2)/Vista/Windows 7
– Intel® Core® 2 Duo E4300 or AMD® Athlon® X2 3800+ or faster
– 1 GB RAM
– ATI® Radeon® X1650, Intel GMA® HD 733mhz, NVIDIA® GeForce® 7600 or faster
– DirectX 9.0c
– 1GB HDD Space
– DirectX 9.0c-compatible sound card

The UnderGarden is a very, I say very relaxing game that I only play casually, whenever I need to relax, or need some distraction, or to cool down, … The game has only one goal, and that is to grow all the flowers and leaves under the ground where you can fly/float and finally enter a portal to finish the level. This however can be more difficult like objects that needs to be pushed/pulled, or exploding rocks with a special fruitplant (You can’t die or explode however). The only other characters in-game are musicians which play very nice music, but causes plants to ungrow, so you’ll have to put these ones elsewhere where no plants grow. The game is vey peaceful and features beautiful images with still a lot of fun. I know this game has very low ratings, but every genre has it’s way to be, and this is casual/family. At least, rate for the effort they put in the game. I personally think this is a ver ynice game, althought only for the gameplay, but for once I’d like to agree that here the gameplay doesn’t matter, jus fly and relax…

My Computer:

– Windows 7 Premium
– CPU (Processor) – Intel Quad Core i7 860 @ 2.80GHz
– GPU (Graphics Card) – ATI Radeon HD 5870 (1Gig)
– Memory – 4 Gigabite (2x2gig)
– Soundcard: ASUS Xonar D2
– Monitor – SyncMaster B2230 (Full HD / 70000:1 Dynamic Contrast / (1920×1080)

The UnderGarden - Gameplay HD (1080p)


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