Family friendly puzzle platformers always go down well in these parts, and that looks to be the case for Scrap Garden as it launches on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, Scrap Garden has been created by the Flazm team, before being picked up in publishing terms by they of ChiliDog Interactive. In fact, Scrap Garden joins a slew of other ChiliDog titles to have arrived in recent weeks, with the likes of Restless Night, Mighty Aphid and Die With Glory just a few of the others.
It comes with a price pretty much in line with those games too – £5.79 – but this one is a little different in terms of what you are getting.
You see, Scrap Garden is a family friendly puzzle platformer, one in which you join the rather adorable Canny – a lonely robot who awakens to discover all his friends have shut down and seized up. It’s up to you, and Canny, to uncover the truth behind these shut downs and try to fix up his friends.
What promises to be a lovely little adventure, Scrap Garden could, and should, well suit all manner of player. Whether you are looking for something to test the mind slightly, or just want to enjoy a fun little romp through a slightly dented world, it should well cover the bases.
Our full review of Scrap Garden on Xbox will be coming your way soon, but in the meantime you’ll find punting opportunities available from the Xbox Store. Surely that low asking price makes this one to consider?
Scrap Garden is an adorable family-friendly puzzle platformer. It tells a thrilling story of Canny, a lonely robot, who awakens in a post-robocalyptic world to find all the other robots shut down and seized up. In a moment our Canny is ready for the adventure to find some answers. What happened to the City? Why did all robots stop moving? Did anyone survive except him? Who knows… But you’ll be able to learn the truth and try to fix it all with Scrap Garden finally available on consoles! Like someone said before: Scrap Garden may look a little dented, but its heart is definitely in the right place. And that’s what really matters.