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Saturday, February 25, 2006
From the makers of Diner Dash comes Plantasia, a gardening game similar to Harvest Moon. You play the role of Holly, a fairy-in-training who has to grant the wish of a recluse named Jack in order to be able to cast real magic.

Unfortunately the lonely man wants you to fix his gardens, so off you go. Fixing a garden involves casting spells to repair all of it's statues, which requires mana. Mana is acquired by harvesting flowers. You need to use your gardening tools to plant and water the flowers. The appropriate tool will be used when you click on a spot, and you earn extra mana for planting flowers on spots with the appropriate colored circles. Mana can also be traded for more seeds, tool upgrades or even fairy powers.

Fans of Diner Dash would not want to miss this.

Name: Plantasia
Developer: PlayFirst
Category: Action
Type: Demo
Size: 12MB