Blueberry Garden Official Page



Blueberry Garden is a short experimental game about curiosity and exploration. You take on the role of a creature investigating a mysterious world to find out what is going on there. It’s probably not very much like anything you’ve played before but I hope you will find it enjoyable!


Get it on Steam — only $5!

There is a demo version there too, so that you can make sure the game runs on your computer. The demo got no ending or goal though so don’t play it too much please, that would only ruin the experience I think.

If you don’t have Steam you can download a demo here.


If you have a technical problems with the game, please go to this page.


  • Independent Games Festival “Seumas McNally Grand Prize”, 2009
  • Swedish Game Awards “Best Innovation”, 2008

What people have said about it

“Erik’s Blueberry Garden is a playground of exploration and oddities. It’s beautifully calming yet fast-paced. It’s like every platformer you’ve ever experienced yet nothing like anything you’ve ever played. Most importantly, Blueberry Garden is definitely worthy of the prize bestowed upon it.” — Michael Rose,

Blueberry Garden was so beautiful I almost wanted to put it in a ribbon-wrapped box with a kitten and cry a little. And, it felt, a perfect coda to the week – showing the entire spread of games on offer – from the brash and brutal stimulations of the big boys, to a dainty little piece of indy magic.”  — Bobbie Johnson,

To return to my original comment, Blueberry Garden is your typical indie game, but in the best sense possible. It’s original and innovative whilst taking the finest parts of a well-tread genre and expanding them to show what can still be done to keep it fresh and involving.” — Rowan Davies, The Dead Pixel Post

“The first thing that striked me about BG was the sense of wonder i felt while walking in the garden. I felt like the world was without borders, and without real barriers. The more fruits i found, the more i was looking for more of them.” — Alessandro Toffoli

“A brilliant game concept that is executed with precision and presented beautifully. Intertwines graphics, sound and gameplay and evokes the feeling that the game world is truly alive.” — Swedish Game Awards Jury

“Blueberry Garden is a one-of-a-kind experience that you shouldn’t pass up. With multiple attempts, the game offers a few hours of excellent and challenging problem-solving adventuring. Despite its short length, the magically evolving garden and joyous drive for exploration it instills makes this game worth every cent of its incredibly affordable $5 price tag.” — Nathan Meunier, GreenPixels

“Blueberry Garden is a one-of-a-kind experience and a star of the indie gaming community. It preserves some of gaming’s most cherished elements — exploration, creativity, and discovery — and does so with a subtle artistic style we so rarely see in games today.” — John Bardinelli, JayIsGames

Thoughts on Bluberry Garden

Minimalism in video games:  considering Blueberry Garden







Cover art



379 Comments on “Blueberry Garden Official Page”

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  14. Ivan Ohotin Says:

    Blueberry garden is not aviable in russian segment of the steam, How me buy the game?

  15. al3ab Says:

    thank you for the game
    i enjoy it

  16. Lostedge Says:

    Erik, please tell me how to take a screen capture and add it to steam. This way “YOU” get more media to steam game hub.

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  19. Thanks for a great game, Erik! Are you planning on releasing another game soon?

  20. ono Says:

    I purchased this game for my son, who enjoys it. The only serious flaw I see is that it lacks an option to “save” and “continue”, so that the game encourages hour-long sessions.
    I find it sad to have to convince my son to stop playing because I know he will have to start from the beginning next time. For this reason, I may consider uninstalling it and I cannot unconditionally recommend it to others.
    Perhaps there might be an update with a “save” and “continue” option to encourage multiple gaming sessions?
    Thank you

    • eriksvedang Says:


      Yes it’s a serious flaw of the game, sorry about that. I failed to make it work properly when I made the game because I wasn’t a very good programmer. Now I’m actually working on an update and hopefully I will have the skills to properly add a save and continue feature to the game.

      Thanks for stopping by,

      • ono Says:

        Thanks much for answering, and so encouragingly as well. I will uninstall and wait for an update then! Hope things go well, I look forward to pleasant things such as this which I can recommend to parents of younger children. Keep us posted!

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  25. moneeb Says:

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    Hey, the game seems to be unavailable on steam in my region, is there any way I could get it somewhere else?

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  35. Xiaoxiao Says:

    sweet sweet game

  36. sam Says:

    great job and very creative works

  37. Acuvue Says:

    Nice game and great animations.Really love that.Awesome

  38. Vicki Says:

    Hey there,

    Absolutely love the game. It’s simple and beautiful. I was watching a video of it on Youtube and was completely engrossed! Couldn’t take my eyes off it!

    Was curious as to what software you used to make it?

    Keep up the great work :)


  39. Rex Says:

    This game quickly became extremely frustrating. Next time, don’t put in a time limit, or don’t put in a goal.

    or just fix the damn collision detection and control system.

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  41. Vamban Says:

    Nice animations and really cool game. Thanks for demo version.

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