Furmins’ PS Vita port launches today in Europe, next month in the US

By Ewan Miller, Thursday, 31 October 2013 05:12 GMT

Housemarque, the developers of Super Stardust among other games, released a physics-based puzzle game called Furmins on iOS last year. The game involved you setting up a course which the titular furry creatures would then roll their way through, assuming everything goes according to plan. Well, as you probably ascertained from this post’s title, the game has been ported to the PS Vita by Beatshapers and has released in Europe today.


In addition to the original’s 108 levels, the new port has a different scoring system as well as leaderboards. When the original was released on iOS it was lauded for its hand-painted backgrounds.

Beatshapers is a Ukrainian developer who previously ported Jetpack Joyride, Wizorb and Canabalt to the PlayStation Minis program. Furmins is priced at £5.50 and is set to release in North America sometime next month.

Thanks, Polygon.

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    Furmins, the physics-based Lemmings-alike from House Marque games that’s done well on iOS, is coming to PS Vita this October. Taking control of the port is Beatshapers, the developer who did rather a good job with Jetpack Joyride and Canabalt. The aim of the game is to guide a procession of Furmins through deadly levels […]