Resolution's Jennifer Allen writes: Charming and quirky are words often over used. In the case of my brief time with The UnderGarden, however, all I could think of was those two words. It’s a simple game, more an experience than a game in fact. It’s also rather bizarre in places. You control a teletubby type character who must travel around an underground world and plant flowers. It’s all distinctly surreal, bordering on some sort of drug induced hallucination. In saying that, it’s also wonderfully calming to play through.