You just couldn’t resist BUD (Botanical Utility Droid), could you? Grow Home centers around BUD’s quest to save his home planet by harvesting the seeds of the Star Plant. Procedural animation gives you complete control of BUD as you control and climb the alien plant from the ground to your ship in space.
Learn more about the origins of BUD and the gameplay mechanics in dev diary below.
Grow Home was the safest of the three choices. You can’t argue with 94% of 1,552 reviews on Steam loving the game.
As for Armello and Zombie Vikings? PS Plus members will get a 30% discount on both games starting September 1st and lasting through September 15th.
The Rest of September’s PS Plus Games
Super Time Ultra Force (PS4)
If I had one word to describe Super Time Ultra Force, it would be crazy. Crazy in a good way. Super Time Ultra Force brings its time-travelling wackiness to PS4 with a couple of new additions.
Everyone’s favorite Sony exec, Shuhei Yoshida, is a playable character. Yoshida is bringing some friends along too. The robed figure from Journey and Sir Galahad from The Order: 1886 join Yoshida in the PS4 version of Super Time Ultra Force.
Xeodrifter (PS4, Vita)
Remember the 2D action-adventure games you loved before everything needed multiplayer and fantastic graphics? Xeodrifter takes you back in time with its retro graphics and 2D platforming.
Twisted Metal (PS3)
It’s Twisted Metal. What else needs to be said?
Teslagrad (PS4, PS3)
Teslagrad came to PS4 in the U.S. earlier this year. It’s another 2-D platformer with a focus on puzzles. The launch trailer shows off the game’s visual style and animation.
La Mulana EX (Vita)
Like your games hard? La Mulana EX is for you. It’s a Metroidvania-style platformer with a helping of puzzle-solving. Check out the trailer below.
That’s September’s PS Plus lineup. What do you think?