If you have ever picked up a farm sim as a sim lover, you might feel there is no limit to how absolutely open and customizable the cozy mechanics are. That’s what is going on in Grow: Song of the Evertree, a resource-gathering sim that appeals to a family-friendly player.
As you progress in Grow, you need to gather resources to replace, a giant world tree known as the Evertree, which has declined due to a force called the whither.
This game is available on most platforms.
Grow: Song of the Evertree Gameplay
The game, in some ways, starts off more like a 3D RPG with themes that could be plucked from a light fantasy game. Grow has beautiful graphics and a useful variety of harvesting tools and materials. Actually, the graphics are even above the standards of most farm sims I have seen out there. I found this to be a refreshing welcome into a genre that is approachable by dedicated next-gen gamers.
Grow also features a detailed character creation system that intrigued me with its big head, and big eye characters. It supports a wide variety of character customization options from the body frame to facial hair (which, to be fair, was a bit unexpected.)
Next, you head off to a garden platform high up in the Evertree branches, riding a colorful mount summonable at mostly any time within your alchemist’s cottage garden. You garner the assistance of two guides, a big white book known simply as “Book,” and a big bubbling cauldron named “Coppertop.” They talk to you and guide you through the storyline of the game.
Quests in Grow: Song of the Evertree have a very cozy nature, and you’ll love interacting with the adorable everkin, as I did, amongst several of the species who live in the Evertree world. In fact, they’re essential as guides in acquiring the first tools you’ll need to do things like fish and catch bugs. You’ll get a few other tips from them as well, but feel free to take your time, nothing is rushed here!
One thing I like about using the tools in the game is the way they are portrayed. It’s very satisfying to water plants or clear debris with the appropriate tools.
Overall, I found Grow: Song of the Evertree to be a pretty cute game and worth checking out for lovers of farm sims and wholesome family-friendly titles. I realize that this game is a little bit under my skill level, but it really intrigued me the first time I saw it, and I was curious to see how it turned out. It’s a really well-made game, and I grabbed it from my Humble Choice membership, so I feel like I got a pretty good deal.
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