Upcoming Windows Phone game Grow see price drop, stays in line with other markets

The other day we made mention of the upcoming Windows Phone game, Grow. Grow is an fish-eat-fish game that offers 78 levels of play that crosses seven environments. The game is due to launch on April 27th for $2.99.

We were recently informed by Epic Pixel, Grow's developer, that the Windows Phone game will now be offered for $1.99. A price that matches the cost of the full version over on the Android Marketplace.

After reading the comments on the press release, we decided the right thing to do is to lower the price of Grow to $1.99 to match the full price on the Android Market.

It's nice to see Windows Phone developers take consumer input into account and make adjustments to keep things equitable. Once Grow hits the Marketplace, we'll take a look at the game and share our impressions of things.

George Ponder

George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.

  • Draw? Or Grow?
  • Heh, ya beat me to it..
  • I was so confused! I was like wait......whats draw? :/
  • The pitfalls of working on two subjects at once... thought I had caught them all.... thanks.
  • I love this site, spread the word people
  • I'm kinda really excited about this game, lol. For some reason I love these casual titles and the graphics look fun.
  • agreed. this looks pretty sick.
    Good guy indie developer strikes again! 
  • not an XBL title, so I'll pass
  • I agree with Daniel... The non XBL titles and casual games are just as good... It's not about getting achievement points to enjoy a game.
  • Uh yes it is to the majority. Facts are facts. Go look at the top selling games/apps. Live titles dominate. Now I'm sure there's a couple people like you that don't care about achievements. That being said the top sellers are live titles.
  • I prefer non xbl titles myself. Seems to have way better support from developers than xbl games. Points are just points, they mean nothing. Also, I own grow on Android and is a great game, glad to see the dev coming over. I'll support them just for making great games!
  • Good too see the a developer that listens to its customer base I will be picking this up for that reason alone well done guys
  • Looks good!
  • Is it up yet??!!
  • Still not up in UK???