Growing Up came out on Steam and liked by 77% of buyers

Studio Vile Monarch, known for Weedcraft Incs drug strategy and insult-simulator series Oh. . .

Sir! , released her new work, not particularly similar to the previous ones. Growing Up is a life and growing up simulator in which we start the game as a child and have to make a series of decisions that will shape an adults personality.

We have nineteen different options to choose from characters, and there are 42 possible careers in the finale, all the way up to the president of the United States. Decisions made will determine what the heros home looks like and what kind of romantic relationship he waits.

Growing Up on Steam receives mostly positive feedback, recommended by 77% of customers. But players prove displeasure with the violent emphasis on LGBT relationships and recommend getting to know Chinese Parents instead.

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