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About This Game

The Botanist is an optimistic game about growing plants and becoming independent, where every word in the world is a seed that grows a unique plant.

You are let go from your job, with very little compensation and even less in the bank. You choose to see this as an opportunity. To finally take the time to try and reach your dream of becoming a botanist. Work hard and believe in yourself, and you can achieve your goals.

Key Features


  • Complete customer requests and build your reputation, to try to become a professional Botanist.
  • Curate a seed catalogue all of your own, where every word will grow a unique plant.
  • Choose words that mean something to you. Your loved ones, pets, or favourite places.
  • Collect varied pots and vases to create displays that suit you and your clients.
  • Commemorate your favourite arrangements with your camera, and cherish the memories forever.
  • Chill out to an original soundtrack by Robert Paul Allen

The Background


One night, in mid 2016, I (James Biddulph, Developer) couldn't sleep, so I got up and made a little garden simulator. I was stressed out, and living in the city, but nature and open, green spaces, always helps to calm me down. I didn't think much of it at the time, but I made the game generate a random plant based upon a random word. It was super rough, and didn't look great, but I was just making it to take my mind off things.

I showed this little game to a few people, and it seemed to connect with them. I noticed that people would always do very similar things the first time that they played. They would type in their own name, their pets name, loved ones etc, to see what kind of plant would grow. It was amazing to see them connect the plant to the person. Maybe the plant was very chaotic and messy, which made them think of their cat, or tall and graceful like their partner.

I saw this happen with enough different people to convince me that I should turn this idea into a full game. I hope that it connects with more people, and maybe even helps you if you are having a hard time, like the original prototype did with me. 7ad7b8b382



Title: The Botanist
Genre: Casual, Indie, Simulation
Developer:
Jamo Games
Publisher:
Jamo Games
Release Date: 5 Oct, 2017



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This was recommended to me by, let's be honest, essentially a total stranger. I decided to check it out, because they seemed to have really enjoyed playing it. SPOILER: I ended up loving this game.

At first, I found a lot of things to criticise. The pause menu is incredibly lackluster (only one option), and pressing escape while the pause menu is open just... Opens the pause menu again.

It took me a while to figure out that you aren't actually supposed to leave your chair, and the instructions weren't exactly placed in what I thought was the most intuitive way.

You only start with one pot, and that pot can only house one flower. When I was just starting, I had a LOT of mediocre plants. Succulents, for the most part. I thought "This is the whole game?" not even bothering to catalogue the plants I'd discovered.

This is important, because the cataloguing of plants is one of the best parts of the game. Every time you discover a plant, it's up to YOU to fill out a card detailing information about that plant. That card is displayed when you pick up seeds in the future, so you know just what you're about to plant, and you can re-order plants when viewing their card in your collection.

Giving each and every plant a unique description is extremely therapeutic, and I found it to actually be kind of fun. You find your way into a cycle:

1. Order new seeds
2. Plant the seeds; see what grows
3. Catalogue the seeds
4. Repeat

and found myself so enamoured by this cycle that I almost forgot to pay attention to the other main feature of the game\u2014 Requests, wherein people post what kinds of plants they want on the internet, you send them a picture of a plant you've grown (or arrangement of plants), and they respond with whether or not they want it, the next day.

It's through these requests that you accrue reputation points, which are how you rank up. As you get reputation points, you can buy different pots with pot vouchers. Different pots can house different numbers of plants.

But it's really in that cycle that this game shines. It's more of a relaxing experience, and it's easy to lose yourself to it. Monotonous, but in a way that doesn't quickly get dull or boring.

I'd fully recommend this game, but know what you're getting into. It's more of an experience than an objective-driven game.. Very cute, fun\/relaxing game! Always exciting picking a word and seeing what that seed will grow into. I can't wait to see how the game evolves with future updates :). TL;DR: Buggy but still playable. Randomly generated plants are fun to look at, especially the trees. Graphics are beautiful. Audio's kinda bad -- repetitive soundtrack, very few sound effects, but it doesn't take away from the enjoyment. Overall it's a pleasant experience that you can only get here.

Getting more in-depth, there're a couple things to know if you want to enjoy this game.

First, there's a trash-bin to your left. Use that to get rid of the pot currently on your desk, or throw away seeds that you don't particularly like. Note that doing that second thing makes the seed count glitch out, and you'll end up opening a brand new seed packet to find anywhere from one to four seeds inside. It's still kinda worth it, because otherwise your seed drawer fills up with junk.

Second, you can't edit or delete entries in your seed journal (from what I can tell), so only record ones you actually care about, and make sure it's accurate before you send it in. Also, you might encounter a glitch where you enter the seed journal to find an entry already open, right-click out of it, and discover your cursor is stuck in the middle of the screen. Just back out, go back in, close the entry, and this time it'll work. Having to do that every time does get old, though...

Third, you can rotate the circular thingy on your desk if you want to get a better look at your current plant, and you can put multiple plants in certain pots. Using planters to try out your five newest seeds at once is recommended.

Lastly, there's a bug where, if you try to grab a new pot when one is already on your desk, you'll get stuck halfway between the pot shelf and your desk, and you'll have to exit to the menu and start the day over. That one kinda sucks, so watch out.

The rest of the issues are kinda minor. A few typos, a noticeable lack of sound effects, disappointing randomly generated plants, an overabundance of sameface succulents, the depressing sense that the main character has no friends and never ventures outside... but it's really more good than bad. You get to settle into a comfortable routine of discovering new plants, filing them away in your notebook, fulfilling requests, and acquiring new pots. You get to experience the frustration of just starting out, the pang of rejection, and the satisfaction of a job well done. Eventually, you're putting together genuinely beautiful arrangements using your best finds and your shiniest pots, and that feels pretty good. And the trees actually look amazing; they're my favorite part of the game.

So if that sounds like a good time to you, and you don't mind the price, I very much recommend this game.. This game is a lot more fun than I expected it to be! It is casual and kind of repetitive in a relaxing way. I finished it in 6 hours, but I am pretty sure I will play it again. I haven't seen all the plants yet! I do hope more plants and pots, and new ranks\/goals, are added in the future.. TL;DR: Buggy but still playable. Randomly generated plants are fun to look at, especially the trees. Graphics are beautiful. Audio's kinda bad -- repetitive soundtrack, very few sound effects, but it doesn't take away from the enjoyment. Overall it's a pleasant experience that you can only get here.

Getting more in-depth, there're a couple things to know if you want to enjoy this game.

First, there's a trash-bin to your left. Use that to get rid of the pot currently on your desk, or throw away seeds that you don't particularly like. Note that doing that second thing makes the seed count glitch out, and you'll end up opening a brand new seed packet to find anywhere from one to four seeds inside. It's still kinda worth it, because otherwise your seed drawer fills up with junk.

Second, you can't edit or delete entries in your seed journal (from what I can tell), so only record ones you actually care about, and make sure it's accurate before you send it in. Also, you might encounter a glitch where you enter the seed journal to find an entry already open, right-click out of it, and discover your cursor is stuck in the middle of the screen. Just back out, go back in, close the entry, and this time it'll work. Having to do that every time does get old, though...

Third, you can rotate the circular thingy on your desk if you want to get a better look at your current plant, and you can put multiple plants in certain pots. Using planters to try out your five newest seeds at once is recommended.

Lastly, there's a bug where, if you try to grab a new pot when one is already on your desk, you'll get stuck halfway between the pot shelf and your desk, and you'll have to exit to the menu and start the day over. That one kinda sucks, so watch out.

The rest of the issues are kinda minor. A few typos, a noticeable lack of sound effects, disappointing randomly generated plants, an overabundance of sameface succulents, the depressing sense that the main character has no friends and never ventures outside... but it's really more good than bad. You get to settle into a comfortable routine of discovering new plants, filing them away in your notebook, fulfilling requests, and acquiring new pots. You get to experience the frustration of just starting out, the pang of rejection, and the satisfaction of a job well done. Eventually, you're putting together genuinely beautiful arrangements using your best finds and your shiniest pots, and that feels pretty good. And the trees actually look amazing; they're my favorite part of the game.

So if that sounds like a good time to you, and you don't mind the price, I very much recommend this game.



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