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Reviewer:  bartenderbabe111
Location:  United States
This game was entertaining to play. The flowers were pretty and the game play was great. The graphics were a little on the bad side though.

15 MB
Estimated download time:
Cable/DSL: 27 seconds
Dial-up: 38 minutes


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From the creators of Diner Dash comes Plantasia, a game of gardening delight. Enter your luscious gardens, where magical flowers and a fairy-in-training are waiting to show you the way. Plant seeds, harvest flowers, restore fountains, and watch as your gardens bloom. But beware! Weeds, rocks, insects, and the clock are all waiting to make your game a fun-filled challenge.

Plantasia dreams up plants and flowers not seen since Alice fell down the rabbit hole! Restore one fantastical garden after the next, choose your flowers and gardening spells wisely, and discover how a fairy wish unfolds.

  Free Trial Version!

50 levels of lush gardening goodness
Over 35 types of plants, each with different vibrant blooms
5 gardens, including Rose and Moon
Multiple emotional states for each plant, from sad to joyous
2 modes: Holly's Story or Garden Challenge
Easier than your garden at home – no green thumb required!
  for only $19.99

 Full Unlimited Version.
 Instant activation.
 No additional downloads.
 No shipping, waiting or CD-ROM     necessary.

Minimum System Requirements:
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP
Processor: PIII 700 MHz
DirectX 7
128 MB RAM
Free hard drive space: 17 MB
SVGA Video Card
Sound Card
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Plantasia, a Plethora of Pleasure
Written by: undiep  | Read all reviews by this user



To complete you training to become a fairy you must grant a single wish, unfortunately it's to restore the gardens of an enormous estate, by hand. This game requires a great amount of strategy (especially near the end), deciding how to spend your magic points, fight off the ****ds of flower eating pests, & still rebuild all those statues. Though the graphics leave something to be desired,...
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