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Grow Up Review


Though it doesn’t introduce many game-changing ideas, Grow Up takes B.U.D. to a bigger playground to climb in.

Reviewed by Leif Johnson on PC.

Grow Up is also available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4

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Grow Up Review


  1. This game is what my dreams were, this game is much fun! The best part is that I bought it for 7$. 9.5/10

  2. They forgot the most important point: How does this game make you feel?

    For me: Happy ๐Ÿ™‚

    Im a 28 year old man and this game just fills me with simple bliss. The soundtrack is soothing, the colours vibrant, and gameplay is simply a joy without frustration.

    Simply a fun game that makes you happy ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. LOVE this Game! ๐Ÿ˜€ An actual fun Ubi title! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

    I really feel more of the big AAA Developer Houses/Publishers should let
    small splinter-teams acheive smaller titles like this…I get the
    feeling that there's loads of real talent at these studios, just stuck
    into huge departments working on huge projects where no-one persons
    unique talents & ideas can shine through, often creating apathy in
    the staffers involved….Plus I imagine it's (comparatively) cheap to
    produce, with all the needed tools/skills already on-site.

    PLUS it gives these massive, anonymous AAA mongo-corps some much needed 'friendlyness' Kudos.

    And there's definitely a gap in the market that's not being taken advantage of, between the tiny 'indie' titles and immensely huge 'AAA' titles….Call them 'A' games maybe (I would call Demon/Dark Souls an example of an 'A' game – not indie, but not a massive AAA $200 mil title either)

  4. One thing that hasn't come up in many reviews is that this game is pretty damn short. I got it last night and I've already finished it, so just keep that in mind if you want to pick it up. Great fun but over really fast.

  5. I cannot believe Grow Home is now a franchise and a universe consisting of two games, merchandise and fan community.In just one year of existence.

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