First Trailer For
Guerrilla Gardening: Seeds of Revolution

By Shaun Hatton - February 21st, 2010

Guerrilla Gardening: Seeds of Revolution

Today Spooky Squid Games released a teaser trailer for Guerrilla Gardening: Seeds of Revolution, a game I’ve been following the development of somewhat closely. Even though the trailer contains footage from an early build of the game, it still looks like a lot of fun to play.

In it, Molly Greenthumb is a revolutionary who tries to cheer up oppressed and depressed citizens by planting beautiful trees, flowers, and the like. The isometric game has a heavy puzzle element to it, where certain plants need to be placed in specific locations to provoke a desired result. For instance, and the video shows this, you can use a screaming flower to draw the attention of patrolling officers in order to make a run for another section of the map. Other flowers emit bursts of pollen, attracting citizens to the area. It’s a good way to gather up protestors in key locations.

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  2. Posted on Feb 21, 2010

    It’s like some sort of bizarre de Blob/Plants vs. Zombies hybrid. I’m a fan.

  3. Posted on Feb 22, 2010

    Yeah, what PsychoDuck said… this looks really interesting. I almost expected a PopCap logo to show up in the intro.

  4. Posted on Feb 22, 2010

    I saw an early version of this game demonstrated at GamerCamp last year. It looked and sounded great, even then. I love that Spooky Squid is so committed to pixel art. Everything looks straight outta 1993.

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