Summary: I have absolutely no idea what I have just played, but please officially recognise this as a major anti-recommendation! This is clearly some sort of obscure tower defence and attack game that has been applied to some kind of plant!
Summary: Another example of how simplicity is sometimes the best option, the idea behind eufloria is incredibly simple but due to this the game ends up being exceptionally enjoyable and fantastically relaxing. recommended.
Summary: I can't understand why critics had so many mixed opinions. To my mind, this is one of those games which is a complete concept, and nothing is to be added, removed, or altered. It has solid style, simple idea, gameplay with great tactical possibilities, and also it can be very addictive.
Summary: A wonderful passive game that rewards patience, so it's enjoyable while watching something else or conversing with a friend. Smooth graphics and a nice ambient soundtrack to keep it ultra casual. Feels a lot like FLOW for the PSP, but with more strategy. Super easy to relax on this one.
Summary: well first i thought its boring, but after a while playing and after i got used to the controls, i started liking it. the first 9 levels are kinda just -> get enough units-> rush enemy. after that the enemies and levels get a bit more tricky.
Summary: This game is really a good game.. maybe is not like most of the others games so if you didn't like the demo simply don't buy it and most of all don't give it 4/10... And the 0 vote are really lamer..
Summary: Really loved this. Deep strategy, truly beautiful simple art style and magical music. Visually it may bare a tenuous comparison to Eden, if you were to squint. But the gameplay is not the same, at all, even a little bit.
Summary: Terribly unbalanced with awful sticky controls that overcompensate for digital movement instead of analog sticks as it should be, at least on this platform. The controls for this game make it unplayable since you must rush to do things and are fighting the controls to go to the right place in time.
Summary: I only played the demo., but I immediately felt that Pixel Junk Eden is 1,000 times better in every way. The concepts were similar, but Eufloria was very tough to wrap my head around or be immersed in compared to Eden's excellence.
Summary: This is definitely a late-night game to play while watching a movie. It takes little to no concentration to play it (and therefore will receive little to no concentration from the player). If you decide you want to just sit back, chill, and let your brain melt, then this is a game for you.