Failed to run on my system... libnss3.so failed to work - did you build the Linux version as 32-bit?!?
"Emily Morrison's Garden" is a game about growing plants in an alien-like planet while seasons pass.
The center of the disc works like a sundial, announcing the beginning of each new day and when the different plants bloom or die.
This planet is dying and you share its fate, how long will you endure?
-. Quick note from the devs .-
"Emily Morrison's Garden" is supposed to be a hard game, requiring you to plan the best strategy while running from one point to the other to complete your tasks in time. It may take two-three plays to fully understand all the mechanics, use the "help interface"! (pressing H while in-game)
-. Instructions .-
Best played on fullscreen. Highly recommended to download the desktop versions(web version might take a while to load sounds and music) and press "H" while playing your first game (that will trigger the help interface).
Move around with the arrow keys, plant seeds with "X" and switch your selected plant with "Z".
The planet is dying slowly and everytime you plant a new seed it regenerates. Plants bloom and die on a given season, collect fruits once they have bloomed to get more seeds.
Pay attention to the interface, as it'll let you know when each plant will bloom or die.
-. Credits .-
@celer_gut - music and sound design
@Ludipe - design and code
@ruben_oluwa - art and animation
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Should be 32b, though we can't really test it on our own :-/
Am happy to test but I should note that I don't remember the last time I used a 32-bit (desktop) Linux system... it's to the point that 32-bit libraries are optional installs now and some haven't been updated in so long they aren't compatible with current systems anyway so even installing them doesn't help :( - 64-bit only for Linux if I were you (though feel free to do both if you'd like too...
Sweet! I liked this game! I played a bunch of times. My record was 159 days I think. Good game!