Green thumb meets gamer thumb.
Farming games often don’t replicate real-world farming too closely — they prefer to strike a balance between fun and accurate, in which plants need watering every day, but pesticides, fertiliser, and maintenance aren’t really on your to do list.
But upcoming game SunnySide is aiming to take a more realistic approach to the world of agriculture — and they’ve even teamed up with Epic Gardening, a YouTube account with 2 million subscribers, to get it right. We spoke to the man behind Epic Gardening, Kevin Espiritu, about gardens, games, and growing crops…
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