Prideful Sloth, the Australian-based developer that delivered the rather relaxing Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles back in 2017, has returned to PlayStation 4 with its next game. Out today (that's the 16th November 2021) on Sony's last-gen console, Grow: Song of the Evertree looks to expand upon the whimsical gameplay of its predecessor.
You play as an alchemist, and your goal is to breathe new life into a fantastical sandbox world. Like Yonder, it all sounds very freeform in design. The press release reads: "Endless paths and opportunities stand before an Everheart Alchemist, from growing fantastic lands on the branches of the Evertree to nurturing communities and fostering friendships. The unique gameplay features unforgettable colors and aesthetics, and encourages diversions from fishing to solving puzzles and exploring caves. In Grow, creative freedom is the very soul of adventure."
Grow's priced at £19.99 / $24.99, and we're hoping that it connects in a similar way to Yonder. Do you like the look of this one? Start planting some seeds in the comments section below.
I love the look of this! Does this have any combat?
@AFCC No combat, just exploration, crafting, and some puzzle stuff as far as I know. We're going to try and get a mini review done in the near future.
@ShogunRok I'll wait for your veredict then! I'm a sucker for cool visuals, hope the gameplay is good
Looks nice and relaxing. The Mrs loved YCCC so will order this one for her to play. Might have a play through when she's done!
This looks awesome!
Looks fantastic maybe ill get it.
I love peaceful relaxing games but I got yonder and it felt like there was nothing to do in it
Every indie game ever: The game.
I got YCCC for my eldest son 2-3 yrs ago when it was on sale - he's now 13. He tried it but quickly got more interested in more serious city building things and Kerbal on PC! Got myself a 2TB expansion drive for my PS5 and was looking through my back catalogue and decided to download it again to see if my 9yr old would like it and he does - would go as far as to say he love's it. So money not wasted! This new game looks 'right up his street' too Look forward to the mini-review...
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