Evergrow: Paper Forest is an isometric puzzler which to iOS and Android later this month. The game will get both sides of your noggin firing up as Evergrow: Paper Forest is not only a great brain teaser, but will also appeal to your sense of aesthetics.
Atop a child’s desk, you will guide a toy rabbit across levels of wooden blocks, where every movement you make will see you leaving grass and undergrowth behind. The objective of the game is a rather straightforward one, as you will have to fill the entire stage with grass, a task which starts of simple to give you a general idea before ramping up in difficulty as obstacles such as smaller grids and teleporting burrows are added to the mix.
Despite being a puzzle game, there is a story to be told as you progress through the game. As you progress through Evergrow: Paper Forest‘s stages, a story is told through the background, with the desk changing with the passage of time, implying the child’s own growth.