SunFlowers arrives on US PlayStation Store next week

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 3 October 2012 02:37 GMT

SunFlowers, the latest game from Flying Hamster developer The Game Atelier and a strong contender for my portable game of the year award, arrives on the US PlayStation Store on October 9. The Vita offering has players cultivating a garden by sending sunlight through roaming hazards, and most unusually, requires you to turn your console sideways. It’s both adorable and compelling, and already available on the European store. There’s a trial version which will let you play to level six for free should you somehow be unsure whether this is the best thing ever (what’s wrong with you).

Thanks, Joystiq.

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