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Gravity Garden by Mind Map: Gravity Garden
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Gravity Garden


Beneficial Weeds

Natural Farming Cocepts

Soil Info

Sand/ Silt / Clay / Loam

Gravity Garden is a science fiction themed farming simulation. You're in charge of your own private island, floating through an alien space full of bizarre plants and colorful critters. This is an open-world simulation of plants that live and grow according to the conditions in their environment. Plant your garden in any soil - no preset plots or rigid, square fields. It's a sandbox experience where you are free to do as you please. Work towards a series of increasingly difficult achievements or simply grow a beautiful garden and admire the view - it's up to you.

Design Goals

Open-world sandbox with optional achievements/goals

Player is free to plant things wherever there is soil. No grids or rigid plots to fill.

Each plant is a distinct entity that grows according to the condition of the soil and surrounding environment.

Hundreds of active, growing plants

Many VR locomotion options.

Play while seated, standing, or roomscale

Simple interface that works with both the HTC Vive and Rift+Touch

Colorful, consistent art style

'Juicy' interactions

Rewarding exploration and fun surprises

Gameplay Goals

Main Game Loop

Challenging the Player

Content Goals

At least 20 different plant species

6 or more pests

several tools and machines to purchase that make caring for plants easier and more efficient

wide variety of floating islands for exploration and planting.

lots of Alien Artifacts to find and collect

variety of decorations and upgrades for the player's home base

Design Challenges

Save/Load System

Keeping performance at 90 fps while simulating large numbers of plants.

balancing water,fertilizer, and other environmental variables for each plant and the ecosystem as a whole