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Gardenarium Alternatives for PS4

#1 Dear Esther

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Dear Esther is an Enjoyable, Adventure, Exploration, First-person Perspective, Casual, and Single-player video game developed and published by The Chinese Room. The game takes place on an uninhabited Hebridean Island and lets you explore it to unearth its secrets. You must solve various puzzles to earn points and interact with NPCs and objects.

In the game, you assume the role of the main protagonist, who is moving with his wife in a car, and his wife died due to a car accident, and the protagonist lost his memory. You must explore the land of the game and find the secrets of the Island. In another episode, you reach a strange Island and must find a way to return your home. The game features various fragments in each playthrough.

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#2 The Witness

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The Witness is an Adventure, Puzzle, First-person Perspective, Open-world, and Single-player video game created and published by Thekla, Inc. The game offers exciting gameplay inspired by a series of Myst and allows the player to explore the different islands full of natural structure. In this game, the player can solve several puzzles to progress, which requires the interaction with maze offered on panels on the island to uncover the various hidden objects.

The Witness allows the player to determine the rules of every mystery to find the clues that will help the player to solve the problems. The game offers several clues for every puzzle in the shape of audio recording, visuals or objects, etc. The Witness is one of the best adventure puzzle video games, offering Fantasy Island divided into eleven sections arranged around the island and allows the ultimate tasks for the player.

#3 Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture

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Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is an Adventure, First-person Shooter, and Single-player Art video game developed by The Chinese Room and published by SCE for Multiple Platforms. The game presents storyline-based gameplay that takes place in a small village whose citizens have vanished mysteriously. However, the game considers as the successor to the Dear Esther video game released by the same developer.

In the game, the player has to navigate the world of a small village to discover what is happening here. During the gameplay, the player can interact with floating lights over the world’s course, most of which can unravel parts of the plot. There is a series of objectives whom the player can make interactions, such as phones, radios, doors, and more. It takes place back in 1984, where something suspicious has been reporting in a village in England. The player’s ultimate goal is to navigate the world to find out how and why everyone in the village has disappeared.

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#4 Xing: The Land Beyond

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Xing: The Land Beyond is a Puzzle, Adventure, and Single-player video game developed by John Torkington for Multiple Platforms. The game features Virtual Reality support of Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. It revolves around the protagonist, who recently got dead and waked up in otherworldly environments where he embarks on a journey through a series of mysterious lands to reveal secrets.

The primary gameplay focuses on the world’s navigation, and the player intends to navigate the world from a first-person perspective. There are different types of stages available, and each one advances the storyline. The world is beautiful where the player presents, containing different environment types and a series of tricky puzzles to complete.