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Flopping around with Ubisoft's experimental platformer Grow Home

Grow Home is about as bizarre as games get. It's the outcome of an experimental development process from an 8-person team at Ubisoft Reflections, who turned a procedurally-generated animation system into a fully-fledged, super-floppy game. You control a gardening robot, who flies around on an ever-growing beanstalk, floating between buds and leaves on hover-flowers. Also, you can grab sheep and fling them to their doom, which isn't exactly the point of the game, but hey, life is what you make it!

It's also supremely pretty, which you can see in the Overview video posted above. Grow Home is out now on Steam, where it's on sale for just eight bucks.

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