Cloud Gardens, a cool post-apocalyptic gardening sim, is out now

Jerome Powell

Whether it’s in movies or the real world, there’s something fascinating about man-made structures being reclaimed by nature. Japan’s Hashima Island, once the nation’s most densely populated city, now lays covered in vines and foliage. Cambodia’s Temple of Ta Prohm, once a buddhist university, is now dwarfed by immense trees and their roots sprawling throughout the structure.

Cloud Gardens is a game that’s all about this fascination with nature’s persistence, letting you reclaim the planet one vine at a time. Even better, Cloud Gardens is also leaving Early Access with the launch of its 1.0 update today, which includes a ton of new features and levels to shrub up.

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