Sunflowers is a new game heading to the PS Vita this fall. The object of the game is to grow flowers. Water them by shooting a beam of sunlight from the sun through passing clouds hovering above the flowers. The player must avoid shooting sun rays through the bad dark clouds. This will avoid scorching the flowers.
You can try to fill you virtual garden with every flower in the game, since every flower collected will be added to your garden. There are over 300 flowers. Want to give a friend some flowers? Near will allow you to do just that.
There are three different difficulty levels to appeal to various types of gamers. If the player wants to rake up the most unique flowers, they must play in “Normal” and “Hard” modes. Some can also be found in the bonus stages.
Seasons will change and so will the tasks of the game. During autumn, leaves will fall onto your flowers and to get them off, you simply shake the PS Vita. When the flower is mature, it will drop two seeds on either side of it. The seeds will plant themselves if there is an empty space beside the flower. If there is no space available, the seed will bounce on flowers until a clear spot is reached, raking up more points since this is a combo.
Here are some screenshots, followed by the trailer.