This guide will show you how to create world seeds, as well as the types and how to get them in Grow: Song of the Evertree.
I was sick of getting the exact same world over and over again when I was making my world seeds, so I made a spreadsheet and looked at specifically what was making these seeds identical.
What I learned was:
- There are only 6 biomes.
- These are the same as the 6 themes for town decorations.
There are 24 essences, and 6 “perfect” world recipes (the ideal ratio to create each of the biomes).
No matter what combinations you make, aside from “strange” world seeds, you will always get one of the six main biomes.
The 6 Perfect World Seeds
- 16 Comforting, 12 Lush, 11 Tranquil, 11 Abundant
- 15 Squishy, 15 Spongy, 10 Smelly, 10 Sticky
- 15 Parched, 10 Dry, 15 Warm, 10 Prickly
- 25 Dreamy, 5 Cute, 15 Lively, 5 Playful
- 10 Watery, 25 Icy, 10 Sparkly, 5 Bitter
- 10 Mysterious, 5 Tasty, 15 Soft, 20 Mashy
The Six Biomes
The 6 possible biomes are:
- Frozen – Watery, Icy, Sparkly, Bitter
- Desert – Parched, Dry, Warm, Prickly
- Princess – Dreamy, Cute, Lively, Playful
- Fungus – Mysterious, Tasty, Soft, Mushy
- Gross (I call this ‘eyes’) – Squishy, Spongy, Smelly, Sticky
- Natural (your starting world) – Comforting, Lush, Tranquil, Abundant
Frozen biomes have ever-falling snow, twisty rock peak structures, and crystal trees. They often have shrubs that look like Christmas trees or twisty candy. Pastel colors and pearlescent shades are found here.
You can tell your world will be a Frozen world because its egg will be pale, translucent, and resemble a crystal.
Extras on Frozen Worlds
- Snowmen rocks
- Ice cream carts
- Open wardrobes (Narnia reference)
- Christmas trees
- Scoops of ice cream
Desert worlds grow plants that resemble cacti and desert flowers. They also tend to have very bare geometric rocks.
Extras on Desert Worlds
- Beach umbrellas
- Beach towels
- Smashable desert pots
Princess worlds are obvious from their castle tower rock formations and tiaras sticking up out of the ground. Everything here glitters. The boulders are often shaped like crowns. The trees and shrubs are opalescent and shaped like stars, hearts, and unicorn horns.
Princess eggs are such a bright pastel that in your inventory they practically look white.
Extras on Princess worlds
- Giant pinwheels
- Glass slippers
Mushroom worlds are obvious from their dark, iridescent ground. The shrubs and trees that grow on these worlds are mushroom-shaped with brightly-colored tops.
It’s easy to tell if your egg will be a fungus world because it will be extremely dark. They are the only eggs this dark.
Extras on Fungus worlds
I call this the Eyes biome because everything here has eyes on it… the ground, the boulders, the shrubs, the trees. it’s covered in eyeballs that blink and watch you. Some of the trees and shrubs also have teeth, long tongues, or feet. The colors are always garish, fluorescent shades.
You can tell your world will be a Gross world because of the garishly bright colors.
Extras on Gross worlds
- Pineapple pizza
- Twisty rock formations
- Eyeballs on everything
Natural worlds are… fairly normal worlds. Their shrubs look like leafy bushes and their trees look like Dr. Seuss’ version of leafy trees. The first world seed that you create will always be a Natural world.
Extras on Natural worlds
- Unknown… these worlds are so boring I avoid making them
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