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7.8

Generally favorable reviews- based on 4 Ratings

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  1. May 12, 2011
    7
    Think Flow meets the Teletubbies with a drizzle of Gardener's Question Time, so long as the question is 'can I blow up those rocks with exploding fruit?' Brilliantly, the answer is yes, as you drag your chubby little pixie through underwater caves, pollinating flowers and solving puzzles using different fruits. Some float, some sink, some power machines with electricity, and all have to beThink Flow meets the Teletubbies with a drizzle of Gardener's Question Time, so long as the question is 'can I blow up those rocks with exploding fruit?' Brilliantly, the answer is yes, as you drag your chubby little pixie through underwater caves, pollinating flowers and solving puzzles using different fruits. Some float, some sink, some power machines with electricity, and all have to be pulled around behind you, which is weirdly both relaxing and satisfying. Watching the flora burst into life at your touch is so pretty you can imagine them prescribing this to the violently deranged as therapy: 'There Roger, watch the little pixie and put the machete down, eh?' There's not much depth, but plenty of eye candy, puzzling and cute. Collapse
  2. May 12, 2011
    0
    Think Flow meets the Teletubbies with a drizzle of Gardener's Question Time, so long as the question is 'can I blow up those rocks with exploding fruit?' Brilliantly, the answer is yes, as you drag your chubby little pixie through underwater caves, pollinating flowers and solving puzzles using different fruits. Some float, some sink, some power machines with electricity, and all have to beThink Flow meets the Teletubbies with a drizzle of Gardener's Question Time, so long as the question is 'can I blow up those rocks with exploding fruit?' Brilliantly, the answer is yes, as you drag your chubby little pixie through underwater caves, pollinating flowers and solving puzzles using different fruits. Some float, some sink, some power machines with electricity, and all have to be pulled around behind you, which is weirdly both relaxing and satisfying. Watching the flora burst into life at your touch is so pretty you can imagine them prescribing this to the violently deranged as therapy: 'There Roger, watch the little pixie and put the machete down, eh?' There's not much depth, but plenty of eye candy, puzzling and cute. Collapse
Metascore
63

Mixed or average reviews - based on 12 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 12
  2. Negative: 2 out of 12
  1. There's not much depth, but plenty of eye candy, puzzling and cute. [May 2011, p.117]
  2. Apr 10, 2011
    70
    Very addictive. [May 2011, p.92]
  3. Mar 25, 2011
    70
    The UnderGarden is a simple game that doesn't make you think to much. You'll be fully relaxed thanks to all the bright lights and smooth sounds coming from your television.