Owlbear Garden Review (Gamezebo)

Hidden deep within the rarely explored reaches of the Internet, a race composed of half-owl, half-bear humanoids tend their gardens under the cover of night. Such a scenario might be the stuff of nightmares in less family oriented games, but GCrest has managed to use it to create a promising social game mixing elements of farming, decoration, and mini-games. The only problem is that, for all of its cuteness, Owlbear Garden never distinguishes itself enough to warrant packing up and moving over from your favorite existing farming titles. While customization and social junkies might find something to love here, Owlbear Garden quickly sags under the weight of familiarity.

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