Playism announced that the Cavyhouse developed avant-garde organ-harvesting tap game Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden is available now for iOS and Android devices.
Released on PC in 2015, Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden is an indie organ-harvesting title where players assume the role of Organa, who is working as an apprentice at her master Irene’s show. It just so happens that Irene’s shop raises plants that end up growing into organs over time and then sold to the villagers. During the game, players will need to quickly tap the plants and tools on screen and deliver organs to those in need.
Gameplay revolves around accepting quests where Organa must produce certain organs. Completing quests will get more customers to come to the shop and progress the story.
Additionally, returning players would like to know that three new scenarios have been added to the game on both the mobile and PC version. This additional content adds new post-ending mini scenarios for players to enjoy.
Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden holds “Very Postive” Review score from users on Steam, praising it for its simplicity and themes.
You can check out the game’s original launch trailer and mobile screenshots below to get a better idea of this unique title:
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