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Garden Simulator

Ideal for anyone living in a flat above the ground floor, and on sale on the 15th.

 

8 th October 2010

 

There are few of us that fail to be bewitched by walking through a beautifully tended garden. Perhaps it is because gardening is the ultimate synergy of mankind and nature working in harmony. We provide the design and Mother Nature works her magic in a dazzling partnership of style and colour.

 

Garden Simulator brings your green fingers to the desktop allowing you to lovingly shape your own garden by growing a variety of flowers, fruits and vegetables, brought to life with stunning graphics. You are the architect of your own personal paradise with the ability to shape and mould your virtual garden at will. With over 40 tools, plants and decorative objects the possibilities are endless.

 

Grow for pleasure or tend your garden in a career mode that sees you earning income from a huge wealth of design objectives. The choice is yours!

 

Like any real garden your floral fantasia will be affected by a sophisticated weather system. As all good gardeners are keenly aware, beware the predators of the night and keep the snails, moles and other pests away from your prized plants!

 

Put your horticultural skills to the test as you strive to bring your virtual garden to full bloom!

 

Now in stock and shipping for a street date of 15 th October 2010

RRP:                £24.99

Barcode:           5060020474422

 

Media and Trade information available at:

http://www.contactsales.co.uk/GardenSimulator.htm

 

Consumer information available at:

www.excalibur-publishing.com

 

For further information contact: press@excalibur-publishing.com

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