Love for the SNES continues to bloom
Interested in playing a brand-new Super Nintendo game? Nintendo’s 16-bit powerhouse continues to see support decades after it rode off into the sunset, and the latest piece of software comes from indie developer Goldlocke. You can see their new project, titled Dottie Flowers, in the video above.
Dottie Flowers is going to see a physical release on Super Nintendo/Super Famicom cartridges, and there won’t be a digital version. Wondering how you can get your hands on a physical copy? You’ll have to download the Dottie Flowers demo and play through for details. Thankfully, you can do that through a digital file and emulator, and all for free!
Dottie Flowers will come on an 8Mbit FlashROM cartridge compatible with SNES/SFC, and it packs in save functionality. As for the game itself, that includes 6 stages to work through, which amounts to roughly 30-60 minutes of gameplay. If you want to check out the demo or learn more about the game, you can do so through this link.