English Version Of Japanese Gardening Game About Growing Organs Is Out For PC



Playism has published the English version of developer Cavy House’s gardening game Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden on its store for Windows and Mac. It’s available for $9.99.


It has you helping Organa, an apprentice at her master Irene’s shop, where they care for plants that grow organs that they can then sell to the local villagers.


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You do this by clicking on a watering can to water the plants, purchasing animals that’ll help you out in the garden, and then delivering the ripe organs to Irene to complete quests. As you progress more and more villagers hear about the shop and will want to buy your organs.


It’s an unusual but memorable game that features quotations such as “Oh, my! This is a rather firm Kidney.”

Chris Priestman