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Revert to Growth – Download

10 Nov 2009 | Flash, Puzzle |  7 comments
Revert to Growth Revert to Growth – Flash Games Download – Overview
Play the role of a robot who must collect spare parts of a ship, who also has the ability to grow plants at will in this platform puzzle flash game – Revert to Growth. Jump around as the robot in a two dimensional manner, grow plants to reach otherwise impossible to reach places.

Download Revert to Growth (File Size ~ 4.52 MB)
Download the ZIP archive: revert-to-growth.zip

Revert to Growth – Title Menu
Revert to Growth
Lots of vines and greenery in the title menu. So vegetable like.

Revert to Growth – Instructions!
Revert to Growth
Standard WASD for movement and left mouse button to grow plants. Nice.

Revert to Growth – Action!
Revert to Growth
Collect the ship parts to proceed to the next level. As simple as that.

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Deimos’s Thoughts
Simple but nice graphics. The concept of the game is kinda a weird combination, as you play the role of a robot who must collect spare part of a ship, and yet the robot has the ability to grow plants at will.

Deimos Asks
Do you know why the robot is able to grow plants?


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  1. 12th November 2009 
    9:50 pm         

    Nicole Price
    said the following:

    You are right. The concept is completely out of the box creativity and is rather amusing that a robot can do such things!

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  3. 13th November 2009 
    5:41 pm         

    ravi kumar
    said the following:


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  5. 16th November 2009 
    5:33 pm         

    said the following:

    It is an interesting game although I am rather confused. Anyway, it means the game has a good challenge for the beginner.

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  7. 17th November 2009 
    7:07 am         

    Metal Briefcases
    said the following:

    Yes this is a very weird concept. These game designers have limitless imagination.

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  9. 17th November 2009 
    11:03 am         

    used tires
    said the following:

    Well you know what… robots can just do about anything these days so it doesn’t surprise me, lol.

    Till then,


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  11. 26th November 2009 
    12:08 pm         

    Liam Goulding
    said the following:

    Lol i love this and the editor

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  13. 28th May 2010 
    11:33 pm         

    PsyFlash (Thomas Griffin)
    said the following:

    Thanks for the review of my game. I rather enjoyed reading yours and the users perspective on my game. To be honest, I really have no idea why I made the hero a robot with a helper that could grow plants. Probably just to make people wonder. I did think the end piece turned out better than it would have if I had used a more natural hero, I kind of liked the fusion between technology and nature. The robots helper grows plants by planting an energy infused seed into the ground while condensing the vapors in the air to provide water to the plant. The energy helps the plants grow at an extremely accelrated rate while the soil on the planet is naturally rich and the plant variatles are quick growing to begin with. I hope that answers your question 😉