While out exploring the galaxy with MOM, BUD’s parental spaceship, she goes to pieces. Literally – MOM’s all over the place. The positioning of that moon was inconsiderate. Now her ship parts are scattered far and wide across an entire alien planet so rich in flora and fauna it would make even the most jaded galactic gardener’s head spin.Read full description
While out exploring the galaxy with MOM, BUD’s parental spaceship, she goes to pieces. Literally – MOM’s all over the place. The positioning of that moon was inconsiderate. Now her ship parts are scattered far and wide across an entire alien planet so rich in flora and fauna it would make even the most jaded galactic gardener’s head spin.
It’s up to BUD to collect all her parts and get them back to the moon.
• Join this adorable wobbly robot on his fantastical acroBUDic adventure.
• Collect MOM’s ship parts with the help of new friend POD. She likes planets. A lot.
• Explore an entire alien planet filled with excitement and wonder. And a Flungus.
• Walking’s overrated - tuck BUD into Ball mode to boost, bounce and roll around the planet.
• Take to the air and soar between floating islands like a big metal bird with the Power Glider.
• Exercise those green fingers and overcome obstacles by spawning any plant you’ve found with the Floradex 3000.
• Ride giant Starplants into the sky
Grow Up, the sequel to Grow Home is here! You once again take control of B.U.D a robot looking for M.O.M- Wonder what that might be, eh? But this time you can team up with your flying buddy P.O.D to collect the lost parts of M.O.M to put her back together again!
Grow Up is just as zany as it sounds on paper, and is a charming game from Ubisoft Reflections. You can scour an entire planet looking for parts of M.O.M, and now you have more ways of getting around than ever. If you're looking for a break from all the high-octane action games coming out, Grow Up might be for you!
Grow Up is a sequel to last year's Grow Home that has you controlling the robot B.U.D. as he collects pieces of his crashed ship. Most of this involves you climbing and making use of other objects in the environment to reach higher areas. At times you can make use of plants that you have collected by growing new ones in an area you want, these plants might do something like bounce you up into the air. New abilities help make the game more enjoyable such as using a glider to move over large areas or being able to transform into a ball to quickly roll around. The game can struggle with the controls and camera, though some of the difficulty in precisely controlling BUD might have been intentionally. The glider ends up being one of the best parts of the game because of how simple it makes traverse terrain, but this also makes it an addition that seems to clash with the normal gameplay. The game should take about five hours to complete and can be enjoyable for those that want a more simple and relaxing game where they can explore a large environment.
Absolutely good platform game, it was nothing but fun and managed to be a great sequel (and still feel new) to the previously acclaimed Grow Home. The gameplay is very enjoyable and the player feels a great sense of advancement throughout game, progression and exploration of an original and very colourful ecosystem, which is greatly crafted to be loved. Recommended to everyone, not only fans of the genre.
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