Growbot looks divine, but it's often too finicky for its own good. It's also very light on story despite being heavy on world-building.
Growbot is a charming puzzle adventure with a lot of heart, wrapped in a fantastically illustrated environment.
It's like someone tells you a fantastic children's tale set on a botanical space station, and you fall asleep while you close your eyes and imagine that you're the protagonist of that fairy tale. It's such a serene but simple adventure.
Review in Turkish | Read full review
Growbot is a genuine delight that will reawaken the joy of children’s storybooks within you. Featuring stunningly magical hand-drawn illustrations and an incredibly imaginative biopunk setting, Growbot takes players on a journey filled with vibrant color, verdant beauty, dazzling light, and warm characters. If you’re looking for a cozy new world to snuggle deeply into, Growbot is ready when you are.
The world of illustrator Lisa Evans comes to life in this colorful and detailed adventure game. Its gameplay relies on narrative and puzzles instead of taking the path of conventional adventure games, and although it does nothing that has not been seen before, it knows how to do it very well.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Growbot is an interesting and enjoyable game, I loved my time with it. With gameplay inspired by adventure classics such as Loom and Machinarium, and beautiful hand-drawn artwork created by a seasoned children’s book illustrator, charming characters and an intriguing narrative. If point and click games are your go-to genre, this is one that should be in your library.