Do you remember when you were a child and used your imagination to create all kinds of worlds in your bedroom? Evergrow: Paper Forest, an upcoming puzzle game, turns a child's desk into a forest filled with puzzles, and you have to solve them and explore the game's narrative as the room changes around you. The game's visuals are handcrafted and will remind you of papercraft; I don't know about you, but I used to make all kinds of castles from paper when I was a kid, so Evergrow is definitely a nostalgia trip.

In each of the game's 50 puzzle levels, you have to guide the Paper Rabbit to fill all tiles with grass while avoiding all the obstacles in its way. There are also special tiles that can help the rabbit get through the level faster. Evergrow: Paper Forest is coming out this month on iOS and soon after that on Android, and it will cost you $2.99. Go learn more about the game in our Upcoming Games forum thread.

  • Upgrayedd

    There is already a game called evergrow. This is probably going to cause confusion. It did for me

    • Rose-k

      It's confusing indeed. I'm curious about what Apple or the "other" Evergrow developers have to say about this.

  • Rooie1154

    This is beautiful...but also the sort of puzzle that usually has me tearing my hair out.