Posted by Polygon on Tuesday, January 24, 2019 09:31:08I think the most obvious answer is that the logo was a pun on “Secret Garden.”
The S is a “secret” garden, meaning it’s hidden somewhere in the code.
That means it has to be something special, something special that the rest of the world can’t find.
The logo is also a reference to the series Secret Garden.
Secret Garden is the name of a series of games that started in 1998 and ended in 2019.
Like Secret Garden, it was a series that was very popular with fans, and the logo itself has a similar look to the characters from the series.
It’s not just a coincidence, though.
It might just be a sign of a connection between Secret Garden and the characters in the series, as well as a reference from the original Secret Garden comics.
The game Secret Garden: The Game (also known as Secret Garden II: The Complete Game) is an action-adventure game that ran on Sega’s Game Gear console.
It was developed by Capcom and released in Japan on October 5, 1998.
Like most Capcom games, the gameplay in Secret Garden 2: The Secret Garden Game is largely the same as its predecessor, Secret Garden 1: The Hidden Garden Game.
But it also has a few new elements, including the addition of the “S,” the Japanese word for secret, as an optional element.
The first Secret Garden game was a pretty great game, and it has a lot to offer.
But the gameplay and the look of the logo just didn’t feel right to me.
The second game was pretty good too, but I thought the “Secret” part of the name was confusing.
So, I figured, Why not make a Secret Garden that was just a plain “S?”
And so Secret Garden was born.
It came with a secret garden theme that was more about the world of the game, but it also added a few additional elements, such as the ability to hide the game from the world.
The Secret Garden logo is just a logo.
It doesn’t actually have anything to do with the characters or the game.
The game has a secret in the title.
It is a little more complex than that, though, and I think the designers could have gotten away with doing that if they wanted.
It all boils down to this: When you look at a logo, you have two options: Either you like it or you don’t.
It has to do something with the game you’re playing.
If you don, then the logo is irrelevant.
You don’t have to care about the logo.
If it does, then it’s very important.
So you can have the logo be a bit confusing or just plain ugly.
If your favorite characters have a signature symbol, you’ll know that it’s a logo in a game.
Secret Garden II is an excellent game.
It features some great gameplay, a fun atmosphere, and a nice, memorable soundtrack.
It does everything right.
But if you’re a fan of the original series and want a little something different to spice up your games, this might be for you.