A new PS Vita title called SunFlowers has been announced, and will be coming this Autumn. This attractive and colourful game has a pretty simple objective: you have to grow flowers using chain-reactions. The game makes use of the PS Vita’s touch screen and motion sensing capabilities. The game is also one of the few games on the Vita that plays vertically.
You control the Sun, and you have the power to grow beautiful flowers on the ground. To do this, you shoot rays of sunlight through passing clouds, which turns the sunlight into water, which in turn causes the plants to grow. But if a sun ray touches a seed or a flower, it starts to burn. Thankfully, a drop of water will clear that burn right up.
When a flower reaches maturity, two new seeds pop out on both sides of it. If one new seed drops on an empty space it will be planted. If there’s already another flower the seed will bounce on it until it reaches a clear slot.
Every flower you grow will be added to your virtual garden, when you can watch it grow or share you collection with Friends using “near”.
The game has three difficulty settings, with rear flowers usually appearing in the “Normal” and “Hard” modes. There are 330 flowers in total, split across two different worlds. Every world is split into seasons, where specific weather happenings occur.