Flower Headed To PlayStation Vita, Will Be At E3 With These Indie Games

By Ishaan . May 29, 2013 . 4:00pm

IndiCade have announced the list of indie games that will be present at their E3 booth, and among them is a mention of Flower for the PlayStation Vita. Flower, as you may recall, was developed for PS3 by thatgamecompany, now best known as the developers of Journey.

 

Here’s the full list of games at the IndieCade E3 booth, along with the relevant links and information:

 

PC Games

 

7 Grand Steps, Step 1: What Ancients Begat

Mousechief Co.

Platform: PC

Video

6180 the moon

Turtle Cream & PokPoong Games

Platform: PC

Video

 

TorqueL

FullPowerSideAttack.com

Platform: PC

Video

 

Tower of Guns

Terrible Posture Games

Platform: PC

Video

 

Crashtastic

FunSmith

Platform: PC

Video

 

in a window

Picardy Third Entertainment

Platform: PC

Video

 

Dominique Pamplemousse in It’s All Over Once The Fat Lady Sing

Deirdra Kiai

Platform: Windows, Mac and iPad

Video

 

C3

Phoenix Production

Platform: PC

Video

 

The Dead Linger

Sandswept Studios

Platform: PC

Video

 

Pinstripe

Thomas Brush

Platform: PC

Video

 

Soundodger

Studio Bean

Platform: PC

Video

 

That Dragon, Cancer

Ryan Green and Josh Larson

Platform: PC

Video

 

Guns of Icarus Online

Muse Games

Platform: PC

Video

 

Legend of Dungeon

Robot Loves Kitty

Platform: PC

Video

 

Hidden

Parsons New School for Design

Platform: PC

Video

 

TowerFall

Matt Makes Games Inc.

Platform: PC

Video

 

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime

Asteroid Base

Platform: PC

Video

 

Voronoid

Zach Aikman

Platform: PC

Video

 

PlayStation Vita

 

Hohokum

Honeyslug

Platform: PS Vita

 

Flower Vita

Thatgamecompany

Platform: PS Vita

Video

 

Mobile

 

Luxuria Superbia

Tale of Tales

Platform: iPad

 

In a Permanent Save State

Benjamin Poynter

Platform: Android

Video

 

Spaceteam

Sleeping Beast Games

Platform: iOS

Video

 

Perfection.

Dumb and Fat Games

Platform: iPad

Video

 

Forsaken Planet

LOOT Entertainment

Platform: PC and Mobile Devices

Video

 

Big Games and Card Games

 

Body Scrub; Lego

USC Game Innovation Lab

Video

 

Space Maestro

USC Interactive Media & Games Division; USC Music school graduate students, U.S. and South Korea

Platform: “interactive Kinect experience”

Video

 

Spin the Bottle: Bumpie’s Party

KnapNok Games

Platform: WiiU

Video

 

Babel Build

Matthew Colton Spross

Platform: Physical

Video

 

QuickDraw

Greenfly Studios

Platform: no graphics game for Playstation Move

Video

 

Johann Sebastian Joust

Die Gute Fabrik

Platform: no-graphics music-enabled game for the PlayStation Move

Video

 

Pedandeck

Brian Schrank

Platform: Social Card Game

 

Stickers in Public

Studio Cypher LLC

Platform: Pervasive Big Game

Video

 

Sifteo Cubes

 

Tower No Tumble

Die Gute Fabrik

Platfrom: Sifteo Cubes

 

Pesky Pirates

Sifteo Games Team

Platfrom: Sifteo Cubes

 

Squaresville

Frank Force

Platfrom: Sifteo Cubes

Video

 

Parapluie

One Life Remains

Platfrom: Sifteo Cubes

Video

 


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  • Jah-keem York

    I’d almost say it’s late for this port but honestly with ThatGameCompany nothing is ever too late, especially getting to enjoy Flower on the Vita’s OLED screen!!!! Can you imagine Journey on the OLED screen!?

    • PreyMantis

      I don’t wanna ruin your shine, but I think it would be more impressive if it were in 3D. Just imagine the petals popping out and flying on the screen that you feel like you can physically touch them. At least this would make me feel better than having a menacing Diablo poking its horns around… That’s just me.

  • Nightmesh

    I hope they give a discount for people who already bought the PS3 version. It would be a nice gesture.

    • sandra10

      Not having to rebuy it would be even nicer i.e, hopefully it’s a cross-buy game.

      • Kenneth Richardson

        Not disagreeing with what you or Nightmesh are proposing, but I do believe that the game will be inexpensive enough to warrant a repurchase. If it’s any more than $5-$10, then I’d agree that a discount should be in order for double-dippers. Cross-buy is probably out of the question, just imo.

  • SuperSailorV

    I have no qualms double-dipping on Flower.

  • Bloodios

    I wonder how it’ll play. Moving the controller around was fine since the TV is stationary but with the display screen attached to the Vita, it’s gonna be a pain… or maybe they’ll just switch to analog sticks for movement instead…

    • Kevadu

      There are lots of portable games that have used the whole accelerometers/gyroscopes thing. It works fine.

      • Bloodios

        Hope so.

  • almostautumn

    Wowwwwwwwww I will gladly play Flower again. I genuinely bought my PS3 for Flower (and 3D Dot Game Heroes), so really this is just amazing news to me. Fingers crossed for additional content!

  • Solomon_Kano

    Huh. I haven’t played Flower yet, so this may be the time to check it out.

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