The developer of the beautiful Yonder landed a new game on Steam. Grow: Song of the Evertree not only looks like Animal Crossing, but also combines the relaxing sides of the game: You build, plant, create new worlds and explore their secrets.
Winter settles on Germany with gray clouds, while it is getting colder outside. The best medicine against the winter low: A relaxing game with which you can snuggle up under a blanket at the end of the day; a game like about Grow: Song of the Evertree.
Developer Prideful Sloth previously created the beautiful Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles, in which you explore a peaceful world and tackle tasks for its inhabitants. Grow goes one step further this time Feel-good game: Not only is the style of the building and farming adventure reminiscent of Animal Crossing, it also surprises with creative design ideas such as the possibility of growing new worlds from specially produced world tree seeds.
In Grow: Song of the Evertree you can explore mysterious caves and make friends with NPCs:
Grow: Song of the Evertree is therapy for the soul
Do you want to collect stones, catch fish or just explore the world? In Grow: Song of the Evertree, almost everything is up to you: In the cute, animated world you can collect objects such as flowers and create magical seeds using alchemy. If you plant and care for them, New worlds grow out of itwhich you can visit and explore in turn.
Darum geht’s in Grow: Song of the Evertree: The world of Alaria has lost all of its beautiful worlds that previously grew on the branches of the mystical Evertree. It is your job to breathe new life into the tree – and relax in the process! If you have found a world that you like, you can not only build your home there, but also a village that NPCs will move into. You can make friends with them, for example by talking to them, doing tasks for them or giving them gifts.
In the meantime, you can explore mysterious caves beneath the worlds and collect new items that will help you further.
Grow: Song of the Evertree is no question of games like Animal Crossing or Stardew Valley inspired, but brings some original ideas, such as the possibility of waking up new worlds. The game is on 16. November released and can be bought for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One or on PC.