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The UnderGarden Previews - Xbox 360

The UnderGarden
Game Description:The UnderGarden is a casual zen-like game that challenges players to explore beautiful underground caverns filled with strange life forms; physics based puzzles and plenty of hidden secrets. The world comes alive and music evolves as players get deeper into the world of The UnderGarden. With local co-operative gameplay, players can chill out,work together to solve puzzles and explore the world. The UnderGarden offers 20 different levels of modern exploration filled with brain teasing physics and eco-friendly puzzles that evoke an emotional response to the beauty and calm of this underwater oasis.
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    The UnderGarden Preview

    This cool, calming game proves surprisingly effective. Time to take back your Zen and get your chakras in line.

    Posted: Oct 28, 2010


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    The UnderGarden Gameplay Preview Video

    Let your mind be at ease when using the enchanting puzzle exploration in The UnderGarden. Get a preview of this peaceful and gentle game that will put you in a state of zen.

    Posted: Oct 27, 2010 | 2,132 Views | 00:54


  • The UnderGarden Gameplay Preview Video

    Posted: October 27, 2010

    2,132 Views | 00:54

 


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