PLAYISM is proud to announce that avant-garde organ harvesting game, Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden, is out now on the App Store and Google Play. As well as releasing on mobile, Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden has also updated on all platforms to add 3 new scenarios to the game.
Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden is an indie avant-garde organ-harvesting tap game. Organa, the main character, is working as an apprentice at her master Irene’s shop. Irene’s shop is one that raises mysterious plants that grow organs, which are then harvested and sold to the villagers. In the game, you’ll quickly tap the plants and tools on screen and deliver plenty of organs.
Irene’s requested organ deliveries are presented as quests. By completing a few quests, more customers will come, and the story will progress. Whether it’s to get Master’s praise, or to please the customer, tap away and ship those organs!
Organa is an apprentice living together with shopmaster Irene on the outskirts of a quiet village.
While Irene’s shop is fairly small, it’s always bustling with customers.
Organa also helps Irene out in the shop.
Organa’s main duty is to grow the shop’s merchandise in the greenhouse.
It’s a busy job: watering each item, harvesting the goods, and generally rushing all over the place.
Heartily growing in the array of pots are kidneys, hearts, and such.
Organa works hard day in and day out in order to become a master organ harvester.
Today, Irene’s busy shop is once again visited by some really far-out characters…
In commemoration of the mobile release, we have also updated all versions of the game (both PC and mobile) to add in some new post-ending mini scenarios.
Three new scenarios are now available to play in Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden.
- Tap the watering can to water the plants. After a set amount of time, organs will grow on the plants.
- Tap the fully developed organs. Harvest as many as possible!
- Deliver the harvested organs once they’ve built up.
- Clear various quests to progress through the story.
- Also featuring animals to help out with organ growing and equipment for processing organs.