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Early Butterfly Garden screens have us curious

Justin McElroy

The way we see it, the important thing about these Butterfly Garden screenshots is not their graphical fidelity. There's still plenty of time in the development cycle for this 2008 Xbox Live Arcade title, being made through XNA. We care more about what these screens represent, which, at this point, seems to be a really unusual game.

If you're as interested as we are, you'll want to check this interview with Shayne Guiliano, of Autonomous Productions. Rather than raising an army of butterflies to save your dying world or forming a butterfly crime ring it appears that Butterfly Garden has you raising butterflies ... to raise butterflies. Wait, fun for fun's sake? Color us intrigued.

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