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SunFlowers Casts its Shadow on Flying Hamster this Fall

Posted by on August 22nd, 2012 | 0 Comments | Tags:

This fall is going to be a very busy time of year, what with every single game setting its sights on releasing before the holidays. That isn’t such a bad thing after all, especially when its filled with sunny skies that produce happy drops of rain.

The Game Atelier, also known for releasing Flying Hamster on PS minis, is bringing its newest game called SunFlowers to the Vita. Having a very similar art design to Flying Hamster means SunFlowers is destined to be a hit with casual gamers. With Vita’s initial reputation being that it has a more hardcore target audience, games like Sound Shapes and now SunFlowers are destined to change all that.

Just in case you haven’t heard of SunFlowers before, we have the video and a synopsis of the gameplay you can expect right here. The game’s music is inspired by Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. The game will include three levels of difficulty, 330 different flowers to collect across two worlds with each having four seasons, and six online leaderboards.

Other than the Stratus clouds that turn rays of sunlight into deadly lightening bolts (lightening bolt, lightening bolt, lightening bolt! Sorry, couldn’t resist), the different seasons will present different challenges. In autumn, you will be required to shake the Vita [lightly] to knock the leaves off your flowers.

Blot out your calendars from September 22 to December 20 to give SunFlowers a warm reception to the PlayStation Store. Is SunFlowers setting up to be the Treasures of Montezuma Blitz killer?

[Source: PlayStation Blog]