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Grow


For: Android   Also on: Windows Phone

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Product: Grow | Developer: Epic Pixel | Publisher: Epic Pixel | Format: Android | Genre: Casual | Players: 1 | Version: Europe
 
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It's a big bad world out there, full of mean creatures that won't hesitate to prey on the weak. When you play Grow it's worth remembering that you're often one of them.

In Grow you play as a fish steadily outgrowing a series of environments, ranging from a jar to an aquarium to the abyssmal depths of the sea.

But throughout your journey, one thing remains constant: you have to eat other fish. The aim of Grow is to, well, grow. You do this by munching away at fish that are smaller than you.

It's not quite as easy as it sounds. As you progress through each of the 70 levels – which are split across seven environments – you encounter crafty aquatic critters that want to ruin your feeding time.

Fish Fingers

Developer Epic Pixel has thoughtfully included three different control schemes. Once you've gotten to grips with the ins and outs of movement, you can upgrade your speed, ability to collect coins, and number of specials slots you have in your journey.

It's all blissfully simple, but in that simplicity lies the game's brilliance. It's addictive, enjoyable, and crammed with content to keep you busy for short bursts.
 
Grow
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Vaughn Highfield | 25 May 2013
Simple high score-focused fun that’ll draw you in for a few minutes at a time and always manages to feel fresh when you return
 
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