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Omni Systems brings its latest project to the PlayStation Vita and supported Android platforms this week with the release of Eufloria Adventures, a PlayStation Mobile-exclusive follow-up to its ambient real-time strategy game Eufloria. Eufloria Adventures puts players in control of a single floa...

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Omni Systems' space-faring strategy game Eufloria HD is taking root on PS Vita this month. This new port, which doubles its predecessor's frame rate, adds refined touch controls and improves upon the visuals through greater pixel density, will be available in North America on December 17 and in E...

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Mega Man 9 and 10 are the latest games to be blasting their way onto PlayStation Plus. The recent yet retro-styled platformers become available to North American PS Plus members tomorrow in a free combo pack. And yes, since you asked, that's more than enough excuse to link to some awesome Mega Man ...

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A collection of the best-rated indie games by British developers is on sale for a couple days on Steam. The "Best of British Indie Bundle" includes Time Gentlemen, Please!, Ben There Dan That!, Eufloria, DEFCON, Frozen Synapse, Revenge of the Titans and Gratuitous Space Battles. The bundle, whose c...

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You may have played indie gem Eufloria since its release on PSN, but you may only recognize it by it's common name, "That Calming Game That Makes Me Feel Funny For Some Reason." Now you'll be able to play TCGTMMFFFSR on iPad, with the release of Eufloria HD in February. Eufloria HD offers an inno...

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For its third offering, Indie Royale is bundling together five new games because ... hey, we're all buying stuff right now and everyone loves cheap bundles of good games. A bit of quantity and quality, you know? And the Indie Royale folks must know what they're doing -- Gamasutra reports the firs...

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The games industry is often known for its bluster. Its explosions, its gruesome headshots, its eerily realistic prostitutes. Less well known is the games industry's quiet, thoughtful nephew who, instead of getting drunk and grabby at Thanksgiving, crawls under the table to finish the 1000-piece p...

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If there are two games more diametrically opposed than this week's European PSN update headliners, we can't think of them. What do you feel like: A quiet, reflective real-time strategy game about growing flowers on alien planets? Or a non-stop, slamma-jamma multiplayer dunkfest? You absolutely, t...

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Eufloria, a floral asteroid ambient strategy game, is set to release October 4 on PSN for $9.99. If you find this description of the game is confusing, watch the following trailer. If you think the following trailer makes Eufloria look like an artificial-insemination strategy game, you'd be right...

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Sony's Pub Fund project, which provides support to bring independently developed titles to the PSN without the help of a traditional publisher, has announced its next big release: Omni Systems' IGF-nominated artsy strategy title, Eufloria. The title has had its awfully vague 2011 launch window on...

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Omni Systems' beautiful indie game Eufloria, once known as Dyson, will be released on the PlayStation Network (presumably for PS3) sometime in 2011. Eufloria is a strategy game of sorts, in which players grow "semi-organic" trees on asteroids, and then set those trees against AI opponents, all prese...

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So what if Sophie/Samuel didn't return your request for a weekend getaway to that little bed and breakfast in New Hampshire? Wouldn't you rather spend your weekend falling in love with a handful of indie games -- And Yet it Moves, Auditorium, Aztaka, Eufloria, Machinarium, and Osmos -- from an all-...

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