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Discover a strange open-world: a planet of floating islands, with precipitous drops, caves and waterfalls to navigate, all rendered in a minimalist but beautiful art style.

Coming to PS4 September 1st, 2015!

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In Grow Home you play BUD (Botanical. Utility. Droid), a robot on a mission to find the Star Plant and save his planet.

Discover a strange open-world: a planet of floating islands, with precipitous drops, caves, and waterfalls to navigate, all rendered in a minimalist but beautiful art style.

Grow the giant Star Plant and use your unique climbing abilities to reach ever higher ground, but be careful as you ascend because one wrong move and it’s a long way down!

Climbing

The world of Grow Home is built for vertical exploration, but do you have what it takes to get to the top?

Control BUD’s hands independently to grab onto any surface and grow the Star Plant in any direction. As you gain altitude, you’ll soon be rapt in the beauty of the tranquil vistas.

Your quest will form the Star Plant into a towering organic sculpture, reshaping the very planet you explore.

Exploration

The world is your playground.

There are no set paths in Grow Home: you’re free to explore the diverse biomes, hidden caves and many micro islands of this open world. Every island you encounter is scattered with hidden gems to power your journey and expand your abilities.

Use the Star Plant and your climbing abilities to explore the world thoroughly, interact with the local plants and wildlife or just take some time to enjoy the majestic landscape you create as you make your way up, ever further…

Irreverent style

Grow Home blends a distinctive visual identity and a humorous tone to create a fresh experience.

Whether it’s BUD’s charming, procedurally generated animation, the poetic style of landscapes or the cuteness of the creatures, there’s a peaceful, naive vibe about Grow Home that makes it utterly unique.

Discover a strange open-world: a planet of floating islands, with precipitous drops, caves and waterfalls to navigate, all rendered in a minimalist but beautiful art style.