|iPhone, iPad, iPod
Viridi is a safe haven, a place you can return to for a moment of peace and quiet whenever, and wherever you need it.
While not fully realistic (they're very forgiving), your succulents will require some maintenance and can die from over- or under-watering. Name your favorite plants, give them special care and attention, and they might even flower for you.
Viridi is free to try and comes with your choice of plant assortment. If you think it has a place in your life, you can buy your favorite plants from the in-game nursery for just a few cents a piece. Remember to visit the nursery occasionally for your weekly free seeding!
"Designed to be the ideal happy place game ... Viridi is a primer, a simulation, and a love letter to this branch of botany, all rolled into one"
- Fast Company
"Yes, you do need an ultra-zen video game about growing succulents ... tending to these digital plants offers a seriously calming experience"
- The Huffington Post
"The most chilled out and peaceful game I've ever seen"
"In addition to learning about real-life varieties of succulents, what you are learning when you play games of this type is how to create a quiet, mindful moment in your day using unusual tools"
- National Geographic
I LOVE this game but if you had options like to be able to do multiple pots at once would be amazing, and also if you can pause the game for a while because every summer I go away for a week and a half and I can’t bring my viridi so my plants die ? please make this possible in an update THANKS!!
the apps nice but i was thinking there should be a setting on how forgiving the plants can be?
Fun but could be more interactive- I would love to be able to propagate the succulents or decorate the planter. Terrarium building could be cool too. Maybe tips on how to care for the species? Perhaps more little bug friends. Beautiful graphics:) music is nice & relaxing.
I love Viridi. It’s so calming and peaceful, and it truly is a place to come to rest. I love my pot and its serenity, especially my little snail Cryptil! I have had no problems and I am very pleased to be growing a small virtual garden that has also taken root in my heart. I’ve always liked succulents...
I’ve loved playing Viridi since I found it on steam then the iPhone. I’ve loved nurturing my plants and having a peaceful moment to myself. My biggest complaint is that after a while you simply gain enough seeds to fill your main pot and eventually they all stop growing. I would much rather have each seedling gain it’s own small pot so I can observe individual growth of each of my succulents. This barrier makes me forget about my plants more and gives less incentive to come back and water them and keep them alive.
I love this game! My sister introduced it to me a few weeks ago and I was expecting it to be not so good (I am usually a person who goes for a more thrilling game) but here I am! The only reason it is 4 stars and not 5 is because I wish the pot you start with is large enough to hold all the plants! I would by a second pot but my sister did that and lost all of her plants in her original one. So in conclusion this is an amazing game, but if the original pot was a tad larger and buying the second one wasn’t scary ( the second pot is also $5) then this would be 5 stars.
I have been playing this game for several months now and have a beautiful pot growing, however the last month or so I have not received any free seedlings. I have rearranged to make more space and have even discarded some of my plants to make room for others in case that was the problem. Unfortunately that did not fix the issue and that’s why I am rating two stars. What’s the point of playing a game when you have no new options?? It has become very stagnant! There’s no where to go from here without $$$. Boo
I really love this app. It’s very calming, and very pretty and simple. Some people complain about having to pay for seedlings but I don’t think it’s a very big deal. You get a bunch at the beginning, and get a free new one every week. There’s also a price to pay for no ads, but personally I’d rather have no ads and have these terms on new seedlings. But I like this game so much I’m considering buying a new pot so I can have more plants and so I can support the app and company! Someone had an idea about having the action “break” and the description “startled” which I absolutely love, I think they should consider think about incorporating this into the app. Overall, it’s a really amazing app and you should check it out and give it a chance.
I love Viridi, I was introduced to it by a friend who loved it as well! But honestly I have some problems with it: Currently the app won’t open for me at all. I’ve tried everything with the exception of deleting and redownloading the app, for fear that I will lose all of the pots of succulents I’ve nurtured for so long. Other problems I’ve had have been fixed in the past and I hope that this one will be fixed soon as well. It’s a very soothing app and it helps me relax during stressful times.