August 11, 2012 2:00 PM | John Polson
Players must arrange Teris-like pieces to complete over 30 gardens, minding various terrain constraints. These constraints (building fences, laying down water or mud, and more) dictate where special pieces can and can't go, leaving more precise areas to fill in with grass pieces. As players fill in the garden, charmingly designed animals and vegetation come to life, too!
The above strategy seemed to be but one way to play Little Gardens, lending each puzzle a satisfying mix of logic and trial and error. Those interested should grab the Windows or Mac demo or dive right into the full version for $19.99.