Release Date

PlayStation Store

  • US 10th Dec 2013, $4.99
  • EU 4th Dec 2013, £3.99
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    Go with the flOw

    Before flower and Journey, there was flOw. Swimming onto the PlayStation 3 in 2007, this trailblazing title from thatgamecompany was one of several games that paved the way for the thriving indie scene found on consoles today. Six years later, it’s fitting that the release has washed up on the PlayStation 4 as part of its own...

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flOw News

  • Store Update 4th December 2013 (Europe)

    Go with the flOw

    There’s no sign of the PlayStation Store slowing down in Europe, as this week’s content refresh serves up a veritable roast feast of goodies. Highlights include flOw and Blacklight: Retribution on the PlayStation 4, Gran Turismo 6 on the PlayStation 3, and Rainbow Moon on the Vita. What are you buying? PlayStation 4: flOw...

  • News Blacklight: Retribution and flOw Delayed for European PS4 Launch

    There will be retribution, just not quite yet

    Yesterday we reported on the European launch lineup for the PlayStation 4, and we think that it's safe to say that the impressive list of games will be keeping you busy for quite a while. However, the observant among you may have noticed that two previously announced launch titles were curiously absent...

  • News PS4 Lineup Swells with Sony Santa Monica Smash Hits

    Flower, flOw, Sound Shapes, and Escape Plan on the way

    Watch Dogs may be off the agenda for the time being, but you’re still going to have plenty to play on your spangly new PlayStation 4 in November. Sony Santa Monica has hopped onto the PlayStation Blog to confirm four new titles for the next gener

About The Game

flOw is a game about piloting an aquatic organism through a surreal biosphere where players consume other organisms, evolve, and dive into the abyss. With an embedded design of DDA (dynamic difficulty adjustment), players with differing skill levels can intuitively customize their game experience and enjoy the game at their own pace.