cutprice.games
eng
usd
rus
eng
rub
usd
eur
Growing Up
MainCatalog
Growing Up

Growing Up

Adventure, Casual, Indie, RPG, Simulation, Strategy
27 players online
40 bought game
This is the story of your life. Experience the entire journey from toddler to adulthood. Go to schools, learn new things, meet new friends, and have wild adventures! Every choice you make will influence your future career, and decide who your romantic partner will be. Who will you become?
buy 14.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
This is the story of your life. Experience the entire journey from toddler to adulthood. Go to schools, learn new things, meet new friends, and have wild adventures! Every choice you make will influence your future career, and decide who your romantic partner will be. Who will you become?
buy 14.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date13 октября 2021 г.
DevelopersVile Monarch
PublishersVile Monarch
OSMac, Windows
LanguageInterfaceVoiceoverSubtitles
English
Spanish
Italian
German
Russian
View all supported languages (25)
Single-playerSteam AchievementsSteam Trading CardsSteam Cloud

All offers

Cheapest first
Expensive first
store.steampowered.com
store.steampowered.com
99.9%positive feedback
Updated 16.06.2024
Buy with smart
14.99$smart price

Media

Screenshot №1 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №2 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №3 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №4 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №5 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №6 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №7 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №8 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №9 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №10 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №11 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №12 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №13 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №14 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №15 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №16 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №17 from game Growing Up
Screenshot №18 from game Growing Up
background-pattern
REQUIREMENTS
Mac
Windows
Minimal
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: macOS Sierra 10.12+
  • Processor: 64 bit
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 6000
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
Recommended
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: macOS Sierra 10.12+
  • Processor: 64 bit
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640
  • Storage: 2 GB available space

Share it with your friends

background-pattern

Description

WISHLIST VILE MONARCH'S NEXT GAME NOW!

https://store.steampowered.com/app/1536570/The_Last_Alchemist/

Join Us On Discord!

We hope to hear your thoughts! Join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/DUCzWfdZUV

About the Game

Your life is in your hands! Sculpt your childhood as well as parenthood with endless choices. Take control of what you learn, who you befriend, and find that special someone in this coming-of-age game.

Experience the entire journey from toddler to adulthood as you learn new skills, participate in various activities, develop your mind, manage your daily schedule, explore the city, forge friendships, and survive through school. Upon reaching adulthood, your future career, as well as your romantic partner will be revealed to you as you continue the legacy of your family by having a child of your own! And then... experience the life of your child, as the cycle begins anew, and brand new adventures await you!

  • Chilling in 1990sLose yourself in the lavishly handcrafted sceneries straight from the 90s. In an era of rapid social change as well as the soaring rise of pop culture, your journey through life will be accompanied by both endearing friends and nostalgic city, with more than 30 locations to explore. Visit the cinema, grab popcorn to watch "Dino Park", toss a few coins to get a tape recorded by "Boys Next Door" from a street shop. Take your time, the city is not going anywhere.
  • Unique PlaythroughsEach life is different, and each and every character you create will face different challenges and meet different people. The choices you make will result in wildly different outcomes!
  • Branching NarrativeYour choices dictate the development of the narrative. With more than 1000 lines of dialogues for each character, as well as multiple endings for you and your friends, depending on your choices, every decision you make will echo through the entire journey of your character.
  • Friends For LifePlaying, fighting, falling in love, few things in your journey to adulthood can be done without a friend. Growing Up features 19 characters whose stories unfold alongside yours. Forge your relationship with them in any way your heart desires, romantic or purely platonic - the choice is yours.
  • Dynamic Game ExperienceGrowing Up features a variety of systems. Build your mind and aptitude with our handcrafted mini-game; Master the art of scheduling your daily activities; Ace your way into the best school in challenging exams; Build your character by participating in a plethora of extracurricular activities.
  • In-Depth Skill SystemWith more than 200 skills to acquire and master, you will have the ultimate freedom to shape the future of your character and end up with one of 42 unique careers! Some are easy, some are hard to get, but how about becoming an Astronaut, a CEO of a gaming company, a famous actress... or maybe even the President of the United States of America?
  • Shopping & CustomizationCustomize your character with a wide range of items, including clothing and hairstyles. Your character's room appearance will also differ depending the skills you learn! Different choices uniquely enhance your gameplay experience including unlocking new locations, characters and certain features of a future offspring.
  • All-star TeamGrowing Up is a game with rich storytelling and unique art style, from an all-star team of creators - including creative director Daniel Sadowski (director and lead writer on Gardens Inc. & Dr. Cares series), art director Gracjana Zielińska (lead artist on Cinders & Solstice), Kacper Kwiatkowski (designer and writer on This War of Mine), Christian Divine (Captain Spirit), Matthew Ritter (writer on Tales from the Borderlands & Twin Mirror), Emma Vieceli (comic book writer on Doctor Who, Back to the Future), and the music composer Jim Guthrie (Planet Coaster & Reigns: Her Majesty).
Screenshot №1 from game Growing UpScreenshot №2 from game Growing UpScreenshot №3 from game Growing Up

Reviews about the game

Growing Up09.05.2024

yea, um... this is essentially an inferior version of Chinese Parents, which you can get on steam for cheaper. wanna see a group of 7 year olds acting like teens, throwing curses around like they've been doin it for years whilst contradicting that behavior by playing make-believe? do you enjoy disappointing your parents by playing a game of hop scotch or board game to ease the mental burden of life? then maybe this is the game for you! for me tho, the immersion breaking is far too much. i will say, there is a certain charm to this game but it unfortunately lacks polish and falls flat on its face. not worth the $20 price tag

Previous Pinniped
Previous Pinniped
I don't recommend
Growing Up16.05.2024

This game's concept is very entertaining and has some good things about it, however, there are some pitfalls, in my opinion, regarding the relationships and gameplay. Though this game is essentially a choose-your-own-adventure, you don't actually have a lot of options to choose for yourself. The dialogue isn't varied, you can't really choose a lot of who you encounter and who you would like to befriend, and sometimes, your parents are just frustrating with their dialogue. Relationships: The way you befriend people is annoying. You have to appease them, even if they aren't a good friend. I chose a dialogue option, not realizing it would cause me to NEVER speak to a character again and then have no alternative or anyone else I could meet. Bobbie consistently gets you into trouble in class (If you don't go along with her, it decreases your relationship and possible ending with her), only talks about herself, and wants you to do things for her with no other story line of you doing things together or building your relationship. She isn't a good friend and you don't really have the option to do anything about it. It's either appease her or don't be friends with her, leaving her to possibly get a bad ending. Sam also sorta sucks. With Sam, if you choose to tell on him for hitting you with a ball and then tell him off later, he storms off after you call him a jerk. But later, he comes up to you, inviting you out with friends- where you are offered alcohol and don't really talk to him all that much- and not too far after that interaction- if you chose a female player- he is seen making out with someone and asks if you're jealous (admittedly, the dialogue your character says has that tone but the thing is, you don't have control over that) Relationships between characters are so rushed that I didn't really like any of them and if you don't romance a character while playing and you graduate high school, you get married to a random person. You get to choose the gender but that is it. You don't get the choice of if you even want to get married, which is annoying for a game about choices. Parents: One of the things in this game is you get expectations from your parents to do things. One encounter I had was my father telling me, "People find others more attractive if they are fit." (I'm paraphrasing), as a way to introduce the expectation of raising your fitness level. There are two dialogue options, either thanking them for the advice or telling them that they look a little pudgy. I chose the second option because I honestly really don't like that dialogue- it's your father telling you that, essentially, get fitter if you want people to be interested in you. It's not really advice, rather something a toxic parent would tell you and make you feel bad about yourself- and then he gets upset when you return the same treatment of telling him he's a little pudgy! I typically wouldn't have chosen a dialogue like that as it is a bit mean, but I wasn't thanking him for that comment. The parents never really have a personality at all and if you get married to a random person, their model is just one of the random ones. You also just grow into one of the closest fitting models. Also, sometimes the game doesn't explain your parent's expectations very well, which left me getting annoyed as I wasted time on trying different things to figure out what the game meant. Gameplay: This game doesn't really have a lot of replay value, at least for someone like me. You sit through and choose the same sort of things to do again and again. The only main thing that changes is the people you encounter but once you encounter everyone, the dialogue is repetitive- and in my opinion, annoying because the interactions feel so rushed that you don't really get to know the characters much. It might be more enjoyable and I would be more willing to replay if the characters and your interactions were more fleshed out, but they aren't. Additionally, circling back to my previous point, you don't really have a lot of control. You don't even get to choose what career you end up doing (The skills you chose to level up is mainly how the game decides but you aren't told in game what choosing this meant you would end up with, and I mainly just tried to do a bit of everything to make sure I could pass the exams) nor establish a personality whatsoever. You get cuckolded into certain roles as there isn't a lot of dialogue to choose from or options to choose on, at all, outside of ways you spend your time. I plan on playing a bit more to explore more routes to see if my opinion changes but I'm not sure it will. I haven't played for a lot of time and I just want to make sure there is nothing I'm missing or being unfair about. I'm just disappointed with the content of this game as I paid for it. One of my favorite games is a "choices matter," visual novel that is free (Our Life: Beginning and Always). I have played over 60 hours of it and I still enjoy replaying it even now, but with this *paid for* game, I haven't even played 3 hours and I'm already getting bored. Maybe I just didn't realize how this game would play or it's just not for me, but I am extremely disappointed. Edit: Reading some other reviews, I was wrong about the career thing. The skills don't actually play into your career, rather the focus on what you score on the exam- which is candy crush style of you just trying to get enough points to get a good grade. I am even more aggravated by this game.

Narrow Earthworm
Narrow Earthworm
I don't recommend
Growing Up12.05.2024

Its fun, i'm looking foreward to seeing more characters storys.

International Aphid
International Aphid
I recommend
Growing Up03.05.2024

I actually really like this! I do just wish it continued after highschool instead of it just being cutscenes. I was hoping I could have an adult life and all, lol. I completed it in about 2hrs total. But definitely replay value!

Vulnerable Pony
Vulnerable Pony
I recommend
Growing Up28.05.2024

I've been putting off playing this forever and I never believed it would be that good but it quickly became one of my favourites. I loved the stories, the game mechanics, the depth and different paths you can take. Definitely recommend

Nasty Catfish
Nasty Catfish
I recommend
Growing Up25.05.2024

It is very fun! I've really enjoyed the storylines and characters. However, it does get to be a bit repetitive. And the highschool exam is near impossible to do really good at. I would recommend this game despite its cons. It is very fun, sweet and overall an enjoyable experience.

Public Scorpion
Public Scorpion
I recommend
×

Learn about the best deals first!

Receive notifications about the most advantageous offers, big discounts, and sales straight to your email.

We respect your privacy and will never share your email with third parties. You can unsubscribe at any time.