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.
Eufloria PSN isn’t really like other games. It has strategic gameplay, but no technology trees or complicated interface. It allows for exploration and expansion without being punished for small mistakes. It offers challenges that are fun, but in a style that can be described as “ambient gameplay”. There is conquest but there are no space marines in sight. Instead, all of Eufloria’s gameplay is based on growing your strategic and colonising life forms on asteroids that you conquer throughout the game. That is right: you are basically playing a game of intergalactic guerrilla gardening. Oh, and you engage in massive battles against enemy plant life.