Learn to harvest organs in Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden on PC and Mac

Harvesting organs can be a real chore, but not in Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden.

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We’ve highlighted some interesting games from time to time, but Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden may be the strangest we’ve come across. Yes -- even stranger than Shower With Your Dad Simulator 2015.

My Organic Garden is described as an “avant-garde organ-clicking game” where players assume the role of Organa who is working as an apprentice at her master’s shop, Irene. Irene’s shop is filled with plants, although the fruit they bare isn’t what you’d expect. These plants grow organs, which are harvested and sold to the villagers.

Organ deliveries are presented as quests, and as you complete them, more customers will shop at your emporium of organs. The story progresses as you complete organ deliveries, which is done by clicking the plants and tools on screen in order to finish an order.

Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden is now available on PC and Mac for $9.99. Based on what goes on in the game, we have a feeling it’ll offer quite the unique experience. Although we’d certainly question the motives of any customer who not only buys organs from Irene, but buys them on a regular basis.

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