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  • Summary: Over time, the Worlds of Alaria faded. The Evertree where many worlds resided on its countless branches is now nothing more than a sapling, its splendor long erased from memory. No one knows how to make it grow. But you are different. You hear the sun as it sings across the sky. You hear theOver time, the Worlds of Alaria faded. The Evertree where many worlds resided on its countless branches is now nothing more than a sapling, its splendor long erased from memory. No one knows how to make it grow. But you are different. You hear the sun as it sings across the sky. You hear the language of rain against the earth. You are the last of the Everheart Alchemists and it is your ancestral task and privilege to care for the Evertree.

    Grow your own worlds and nurture a deep natural connection with everything they hold. See your actions change the world for better! Bring the Evertree back to life in this breathtaking world-crafting sandbox, with life management and adventure elements.
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 11
  2. Negative: 0 out of 11
  1. Nov 22, 2021
    90
    Overall, a fantastic game that yields a relaxing experience and a gaming experience for all. The adventure is fun and awe-inducing. The graphics and music are coupled well together and marry each other to make for an amazing fantasy feel.
  2. Nov 17, 2021
    90
    There’s an open ended element to Grow that makes it something special. Far beyond the inviting graphics and the urgent environmental tale it tells, this is a thoughtful and deliberate balance of cute and considered gameplay concepts that make it a serious time sink.
  3. Dec 2, 2021
    80
    There are some rough edges to be found, and one person’s relaxation will be another’s repetition. However, Grow: Song of the Evertree succeeds in its attempts at presenting a wholesome, laid-back experience. Its successes are admirable, and its missteps are negligible. It lives up to its philosophy and presents something that has all the satisfying progression of a typical game experience, but without all the violence. There’s still room to grow, but the roots are firmly planted.
  4. Nov 16, 2021
    75
    Grow: Song of the Evertree is a game full of charm, and will be a relaxing world-builder for some, but a repetitive experience for others.
  5. Jan 18, 2023
    75
    Although lacking in some aspects, what Grow: Song of the Evertree gets right is the sense of whimsical fun and adventure. Definitely worth giving a try!
  6. Nov 29, 2021
    74
    The new Prideful Sloth's game has the same philosophy as its predecessor: peace, relax and nature and wildlife-related activities accompany us for hours in a sandbox that makes micro-management its own core. In the shoes of the last alchemist who can save Alaria we will have to strengthen ourselves by casting out the Withering, cultivating new worlds and building districts, houses and squares to make the city become a place to live again. Despite the presence of interesting mechanics, such as the creation of new worlds and an exploratory component that tries to tie the activities of the game, so much repetition and too many simplifications make it lose some magic after the first dozen hours of gameplay, especially after finding out the multiples technical uncertainties. However, it will surely get sandbox lovers to spend many hours experiencing it.
  7. Nov 20, 2021
    70
    Grow: Song of the Evertree is a colorful game that takes from many minor and major games before it, with a discrete success in building up its own identity. Even if it has its flaws it is able to speak to a younger audience in a compelling way.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. May 20, 2022
    10
    A unique spin on city building with a great story that really drives the game forward. there's always new game dynamics being added even 18A unique spin on city building with a great story that really drives the game forward. there's always new game dynamics being added even 18 hrs which stop game play from becoming stale. this game is truly gorgeous (especially at night) its very much reminiscent of the Ori series and Blackreach in Skyrim. this is my new comfort game. Expand
  2. Jan 4, 2022
    9
    This game aimed right at my stressfull mind. I played for almost 30 hrs now and im still exploring new features and biomes. You are anThis game aimed right at my stressfull mind. I played for almost 30 hrs now and im still exploring new features and biomes. You are an alchemist who creates new seeds, rebuild the town underneath the evertree and explore the world. No timelimits, no punishments. Just lean back and relax after a hard day of work.! Expand
  3. Mar 25, 2022
    8
    El juego, en su apartado gráfico, sonoro, musical y su narrativa, es sublime, y será de los juegos mas memorables que podrás tener. El únicoEl juego, en su apartado gráfico, sonoro, musical y su narrativa, es sublime, y será de los juegos mas memorables que podrás tener. El único retractor que puedes encontrar es que este tipo de juegos no es para todos, inclusive es catalogado como juego para niños.

    No representa una dificultad avanzada para un gamer dedicado, esta más para jugadores casuales o que buscan una experiencia relajante por llamarla así.

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  4. Nov 23, 2021
    7
    Colourful and made for children. The story is a basic one. I didn't find any major issue in terms of bug. The gameplay is to work at buildingColourful and made for children. The story is a basic one. I didn't find any major issue in terms of bug. The gameplay is to work at building a town and get resources. I found the process of gathering stuff somewhat repetitive. Lot to explore. I lost my interest after 4-5 hours of this. I give it 72%. Clearly I am too old to play this, but a younger crowd could find it attractive, Expand