Coatsink and indie developer Noio today announced that the Nintendo Switch release of Cloud Gardens will be delayed.
Originally set to launch on May 12, 2022, on the Nintendo Switch, the game is going to spend some more time germinating. At this time a new release date is not available. More information is expected to be shared soon.
In September of last year Cloud Gardens launched on PC and Xbox. The launch came after a year in Early Access on Steam that included several major updates such as the Industrial Update in March of 2021.
The game is a meditative title that allows players to embrace their creativity through small plant-covered dioramas of brutalism. Hundreds of discarded items can be repurposed by planting seeds and allowing nature to reclaim world of the manufactured. In a way Cloud Gardens is a mix of a gardening simulator, a puzzle game, and a dystopian landscape builder.
Noio (@noio_games Twitter) is an indie game developer based in Amsterdam. Founded by Thomas van den Berg who likes to create games, work on code, art and loves the magic that happens when all those things come together since 2007. The studio is known for its previous work on Kingdom: Classic and Kingdom: New Lands.
Coatsink (@Coatsink Twitter) is a development studio and indie publisher based in the United Kingdom that is now a part of the Thunderful Group. Formed in 2009, the studio has developed and published games for current gen consoles, PC and virtual reality. Known for its reputation on innovative titles and wicked sense of humor, the studio’s portfolio has grown to include Get Packed, Onward, Cake Bash, Transformers: Battlegrounds, PHOGS! and Jurassic World: Aftermath.