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Flower, Sun, and Rain for the Nintendo DS Goes Gold

May 27, 2009

Flower, Sun, and Rain for the Nintendo DS Goes Gold

Quirky Mystery Adventure Title Will Start Shipping On June 16, 2009

Marvelous Entertainment USA and XSEED Games announced today that Flower, Sun, and Rain for the Nintendo DS has officially gone gold and will ship to retail outlets nationwide starting on June 16, 2009. Originally created for the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system, the DS port brings the same creative quirks that made the original a cult classic, while also incorporating the touch screen functionality of the DS along with some additional content.

On the tropical island of Lospass sits a seaside resort called Flower, Sun, and Rain. On the surface, this island oasis resembles everything you would find on a picturesque vacation; swimming pools, the bright shining sun and an ocean paradise waiting to invigorate even the weariest of travelers. However, all is not as it seems at the Flower, Sun, and Rain Resort. While the tourists are busy soaking in the sun, a bomb has been detected on a plane docked at the island’s only airport.

Sumio Mondo, a searcher, has been urgently summoned to the island by the owner of the resort to help defuse the bomb before it interrupts the carefree island atmosphere. Upon his arrival, Sumio becomes caught in a time loop as the events of the same day are played out over and over again, each day culminating with an explosive end at the hands of the terrorists. With the aid of his trusty computer, Catherine, Sumio is able to tap into the minds of his subjects and hopefully stop the explosive device that threatens to destroy the entire island.

With a story and universe created by the infamous, award-winning game designer, Suda51, Flower, Sun, and Rain is unique, off-the-wall and completely unpredictable. The DS port includes 50 exclusive new puzzles and 18 mysterious scenarios contained within the rich storyline with a wealth of bizarre outcomes.

Flower, Sun, and Rain carries a suggested retail price of $29.99 and is rated “T” for “Teen.” For more information on Flower, Sun, and Rain, please visit the product website at

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