thatgamecompany’s Flower now available for PC

First launched for PlayStation 3 in 2009.

Flower

Flower, which first launched for PlayStation 3 in February 2009, followed by PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in November 2013, and iOS in September 2017, is now available for PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store for $6.99. While the property itself is still owned by Sony Interactive Entertainment, the PC version is published by Annapurna Interactive.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Part of the first permanent video game collection at the Smithsonian, experience award-winning Flower, now available on PC. Flower lets you take control of the wind as you explore and navigate beautiful, lush environments. Journey through varied landscapes at your own pace, interacting with and changing the environment as you go, and find balance and harmony in your surroundings.

This is an interactive escape that takes you on an emotional journey like no other game you’ve ever experienced.

Key Features

  • Simple Gameplay Controls – Controlling the game is as simple as guiding the wind in the direction you want to go.
  • Lush and Interactive Environments – Vast grassy fields, blowing in the breeze, create a lush, immersive environment.
  • Immersive and Emotional – Accessible to gamers and non-gamers alike, the game takes players on an incredibly personal and emotional experience.

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