A New Trailer of Strange Horticulture Comes Alongside Free Game Demo

Strange Horticulture PlayStation

Publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Bad Viking have released a new trailer of Strange Horticulture along with the announcement of the game’s free demo as part of the Steam Next Fest October Edition.

The game is also said to be released early in 2022 on Steam, but that shouldn’t stop you from trying out the free demo of the game right now on Steam.

Check out the new trailer below:

Strange Horticulture is an occult puzzle game in which you play as the proprietor of a local plant store. Find and identify new plants, pet your cat, speak to a coven, or join a cult. Use your collection of powerful plants to influence the story and unravel Undermere’s dark mysteries.

In Strange Horticulture, you are taken to Undermere, a quaint town that is surrounded by hag-ingested forests and rugged mountains. You play as the Horticulturist, the owner of a local plant store called Strange Horticulture. The shop will have you meeting a cast of colorful customers, where you are quickly thrust into an occult mystery that stretches back hundreds of years.

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There is plenty to explore in the lands beyond your store and find new plants. However, it is not so easy in the dark woods as the lakes inside the woods are not really friendly to a simple herbalist.

Strange Horticulture

Use the trusty encyclopedia to find clues on your explorations and learn about the strange plants that you come across. Identifying new plants will allow you to use their effects to influence the story, from hypnotic hallucinogens to powerful poisons.

Are you looking forward to playing the free demo of Strange Horticulture and what are your thoughts on the new trailer? Did you like it? Let us know in the comments section below.

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