Luna’s Fishing Garden wants you to find some relaxation and calm in tending to your own watery garden, filling it with animals and plants as you fish the day away.
Luna is a gentle fox spirit, one who has opened up a little garden paradise for you. Without time limits, scores, or any other gameplay constraints, you can find your own meaning and goals. If you just want to see what animals the ocean holds, feel free to fish as long as you like. If you’re more interested in gathering fruit, you can plant what you like, watering the plants to see what you’ve grown. You can also gather cute animals to bring to your little sanctuary, filling it with all manner of furry friends. It’s all up to you.
For those that want a more concrete goal while working on their garden, there are some spirits you can do things for. These will progress a story if you’re interested in following it, so there is a bit more focused work for those who want more goals in their games. Also, it’s not like the fish just hop in your boat, as there is a fishing minigame that you need to work through. The game will be as hard or easy as you like, though, so you can really let your mood guide you each time you play.
Luna’s Fishing Garden is shaping up to be a delightful escape from the world into a calming, adorable pixel art paradise. I’m looking forward to spending a little time lost in its warm island fields in March 2021 when it’s slated to release.
Luna’s Fishing Garden is currently in development, but in the meantime, you can add it to your Steam Wishlist.