Eufloria Adventures will feature new gameplay mechanics with a focus on exploration and customization. Players control a seedling ship as it rounds up artifacts for study, highlighting the game's conflict-strategy approach, Gamasutra writes.
Eufloria (pictured above) has sold 250,000 copies on PSN, and Omni's Rudolf Kremers says the team enjoys working with Sony. "I think PS [Mobile] is a really smart and likeable move by Sony," he says. "Personally I find the Vita a stupendous handheld gaming device and to open it up to indie devs is exactly what it needs to set itself apart. Original indie games with a strong personal identity on a fantastic piece of kit? Seems to me the right approach."