Thank you so much! – [Author's Blog]
It’s strange. The EyeToy series has always been to me about experimenting with the sequences and discovering false positives. This one lacks the same sort of exploration opting instead for maze like exploration. Not sure if I like this one better or not. Defiantly lacks the replay value, I didn’t feel like I missed anything, but it was satisfying discovering the final form and exploring it for a bit.
It’s definitely a more linear form of exploration. It feels weird to be “stuck” in a Grow game.
Again I find the description used here to be questionable. After doing some very very basic research it appears that the author is referring to his/her game Black Box and not this game when he/she said “Thank you so much”.
thank you so much!
I like it a lot. Because all the combinations had few enough moving parts, it was solvable without just jamming on things at random like I always ended up doing in other GROW games. I liked the animations as well, very cute.
I like the game. But. It just feels a bit shoehorned into the Grow series.
awesome I love this guy’s stuff, super duper creative
Came for the grow. Stayed for the dancing butt.
I’m not familiar with the Grow series, but this was really charming and I enjoyed it a lot.
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