Evergrow is developed by Imagility and proposes a rather interesting principle. It actually places a puzzle game in space, with floating cubes to assemble from a finger slip. Highlighted by Apple on the App Store as part of the "new favorite games", we wanted to check if this game is worth the effort: The player actually controls an assembly of cubes in the center of the screen, which moves into a dark and empty universe. These first cubes are personified using a small face. And you have to feed this monster with other cubes floating on both sides of the screen. The cubes of the right color are to be brought around the face, the cubes of the wrong color are to be removed as soon as possible. The idea is to continually make the monster grow as the player controls it. But the principle is not just that. Some bonuses can be recovered to boost the magnification, while in the most difficult levels, enemies are even to be removed with a cannon . It is also possible to control the formation of cubes by sliding it with your finger, in particular to recover parts on its way. These can then be used to purchase upgrades, including new cubes of varying capacities, or improved strength, among other possibilities. The game uses both 3D Touch to perform certain actions, such as detaching a cube from a long support, and the haptic motor of the Home button of the iPhone 7. In the end, it is quite entertaining, without really being transcendent. We are rather seduced by the atmosphere of the game than by its mechanism, although the latter remains quite original. The colors, as well as the music are especially soothing, and the lack of performance racing also contributes to the de- stressing virtue of the game . In short, Evergrow is a nice game, which will not mark the year 2017, but that will please the lovers of calm puzzle not devoid of a little action. Download Evergrow here.