Infinite Growth: Baby vs. Nature

Infinite Growth is an interesting game where you play as a baby.

You must grow the baby, using your dad’s regularly generated income to purchase food and items.

Force promotions on your dad by spending your dad’s money on bribes, which fill the promotion meter.

Dwarf your dad. Be a big baby. A strong baby. Burst through your house, which can no longer hold your baby body.

Linear Quest (Beta)

Oh. Oh my.

Grow taller than the ancient pyramids. Ascend above Mount Everest. Penetrate the Earth’s atmosphere. This baby is the baby that shall pierce the heavens.

Linear Quest (Beta)

Babystar Galactica.

Become a space baby. Grow towards the Lost Universe, and babyslap the God of the Universe on your way up for not being huge enough.

Linear Quest (Beta)

Suck it, nerd!

Find your Rival, the Anti-Baby.

Show him that hugeness is not defined solely by the size of the baby. It is also defined by the incremental growth of the baby. If a universe-shattering baby does not grow, what does that make him? He will never grow, never evolve beyond what he is. He will never taste true baby greatness. Grind the Anti-Baby into the dust for his impudence.

Where will baby go next? To what height will baby grow? What is the meaning of baby? Was JFK’s assassination carried out by our own government? The answers to these questions are not for me to give you. They are answers you must find for yourself by playing Infinite Growth. Except for the last one.

Play Infinite Growth. Be the baby I know you can be.

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The Baby.


Rating: 5 babies out of 5.

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Like,

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Baby,

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Baby,

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Baby,

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Ohhhhhhh!

23 years old. Connoisseur of mobile games. Lives entirely off of heavily seasoned rice and coffee.

1 Comment

  1. lmao this was transcendant, good review!

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