Cloud Gardens appeared on Switch this week following a short delay, and those that would like to get a closer look can do so with new gameplay. 26 minutes of footage is available.
For more on Cloud Gardens, read the following overview:
In Cloud Gardens, you harness the healing power of nature to overgrow urban decay within wasteland dioramas.
Plant seeds, repurpose hundreds of discarded objects and create unique structures for nature to reclaim.
Cloud Gardens relaxing nature encourages creativity and is filled with an enormous catalogue of objects and plantlife to choose from.
Share your creations with other gardeners, download looping videos of other dioramas, and embrace generative soundscapes by Amos Roddy, composer of Kingdom.
Part garden simulator, part dystopian landscape builder, part puzzle game, Cloud Gardens aims to fill you with satisfaction without the frustration.
Take a look at the gameplay for Cloud Gardens below.
Cloud Gardens is now live on the Switch eShop. It contains English, Japanese, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese (Simplified), and Chinese (Traditional) language options.