The gaming app titled 'Grow' from independent gaming developer Epic Pixel is about to hit the Windows Marketplace this week. The fish-eat-fish game Grow has been quite popular among the users of Android device. The developer of the game expects a similar success on the Windows Phone platform.
The objective of the game Grow is very simple. The player has to make his fish eat everything that is in his sight. The first level of the game begins from a jar, progresses to an aquarium, and finally ends up in the ocean. The game Grow has 78 levels that include seven different beautiful environments. There is also a seven-level survival mode to keep players on their toes.
There are power boosters and upgrades to help a player move ahead along the way. The power boosters need to be unlocked. There are six different types of enemies to stop the player from proceeding further. The player has three options to move his fish here and there in the water. The player can use the Windows Phone tilt sensors, the virtual joystick, or a touch-move set up to move his fish in different directions.
Grow is scheduled to hit the Windows Marketplace on 27 April and is anticipated to be listed at US $2.99.