Create your best witchy life with Wylde Flowers on Apple Arcade

Create your best witchy life with Wylde Flowers on Apple Arcade


Create your best witchy life with ‘Wylde Flowers on Apple Arcade
Help a witch grow plants, tend animals, make friends and maybe even fall in love in Wylde Flowers.
Screenshot: Studio Drydock

Help a young witch grow the family farm in Wylde Flowers, a magical sim game that debuted Friday on Apple Arcade. You’ll also need to increase your spell skills if you want to help your local coven solve a mystery.

The enchanting game is available now for a range of Apple computers.

Learn spells and meet new friends in Wylde Flowers

Players take on the role of Tara, a young witch who has just moved to a cute rural island to help out her grandma and the family farm. Wylde Flowers. Tending crops, caring for animals, fishing and crafting keep you busy during the day. By night, you’ll nurture your inner witch as you learn to fly your broomstick, brew potions, control the weather and seasons or even transform into a cat.

And that’s not all. Fairhaven is populated with a cast of diverse and fully voiced characters with intriguing backstories.

Now on Apple Arcade

Wylde Flowers by Studio Drydock launched Friday on Apple Arcade. There are versions for iPhone, Mac, iPad and Apple TV. No matter the platform, an external game controller is an option.

Fans of this type of game can play others on Apple’s subscription service. There’s Cozy Grove, which takes players camping on a haunted island to help out ghosts.  Or you can train monkeys to make life comfortable on a deserted island in  The Survivalists.

Play any or all of these with a single $4.99-a-month subscription. And a family can share a subscription.


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