Tagged: grow up

Don’t you just hate it when you’re enjoying a nice journey through space and out of nowhere your spaceship is destroyed by an asteroid field? It’s even worse when that spaceship is actually your Mum. This is the situation in which protagonist BUD finds herself at the start of Grow Up, a physics defying climbing game from developer Reflections, and the sequel to 2015 PC/PS4 platformer Grow Home. BUD, now stranded on a strange alien world, needs your help to locate missing MUM bits to escape. Helping you on your mission is the mildly annoying flying companion POD who acts as mild critic of … Read More »

Well hello there you, the awesome person that has chosen to stop by here – how are you doing? We find ourselves facing another Monday morning already, they seem to come around so quickly. It’s not all bad on a Monday morning though, we can forget all the blues in one easy step – we can check out the frenzy inducing lineup of ‘Games Out This Week’. So grab your drink and get in that seat, the hype train is now leaving (hopefully the journey will be better than some of the recent weeks). 16/08/2016 UNO One of the most … Read More »

You probably associate Ubisoft with big-name AAA blockbusters. Assassins Creed. Tom Clancy’s The Division. Tom Clancy’s Anything. Watchdogs. But you might not be aware that the Ubi umbrella is broad indeed. From Dust. Valiant Hearts. The beautiful Child of Light. All are Ubi games. Grow Up – the sequel to Steam hit Grow Home – looks set to continue the trend when it hits consoles on 16 August. From that date you’ll take control of BUD (Botanical Utility Droid) and help him explore an open world landscape to recover pieces of his lost spaceship. BUD uses his unique plant-growing skills to … Read More »

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