Australian-made brawler Grow sees you battling other monsters as an adorable monster of your own

Grow

By on December 5, 2013 at 4:01 pm

It looks a bit cutesy and perhaps it is, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying the premise of Grow, an Australian-made 32-player online brawler where you play an adorable, evolving little monster who battles other monsters for fun and entertainment (and perhaps profit).

The developers are aiming for a game with enough pick-up gameplay that you can easily jump in at a LAN, but also enough depth that you’ll be able to take it seriously if you want to get competitive. Check out the video below, and then hit up the Kickstarter to see if you’re interested.

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I don’t pledge to any Kickstarters since I don’t like the risk of games not being made, but it’s good to actually see that these guys have pretty much most of the core content out and about already. From the looks of it, they could release it as a full game already but instead are aiming higher for, something.

They don’t have my Kickstarter money, but they have my vote on Steam Greenlight. I don’t touch the Steam Greenlight section of Steam, but I went to it just to upvote this one. If this gets greenlit and comes out on Steam, even if available as early-access Alpha, I’ll buy it then.

 

Yeah it’s more of a sure bet if they happen to have something to show prospective pledgers rather than a few rough concept sketches and some rough descriptions.

 

This could be fun.

 
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