Blueberry Garden is designed to be finished in one sitting so there is not a Save Game option. There are several plateaus in the learning curve so as you build your knowledge of the game you can quickly play through the lower levels to get back to the point where you attempting to solve the next problem.
Here, Jordan has found a black camera to add to the stack. Now, how to get it?
Curiosity, a willingness to explore, and perseverance are all problem-solving attributes that can be exercised independently from the constraints of school curriculum. That's one reason my grandkids didn't have to be forced to play Blueberry Garden. Kids are naturally curious, love to explore, and will persevere in the right context.
As far as I know, Blueberry Garden can only be purchased online from STEAM (www.steampowered.com) and is a real bargain at five dollars. You can also download a free demo of Blueberry Garden and give it a test drive before you buy. Readers know that I am a big fan of STEAM. The client software is a free download and you can access your account and play games from any computer. I played games on STEAM during a recent trip to Belgium.