oprainfall | Flower Collectors Lion's Song Dual Physical Launch

oprainfall | Flower Collectors Lion's Song Dual Physical Launch


Super Rare Games is excited to announce that it is partnering with Mi’pu’mi Games for a the Flower Collectors + Lion’s Song dual physical release for Switch. It goes on sale starting next week but supplies will be limited. The Lion’s Song is a point-and-click narrative game, while The Flower Collectors is a murder mystery adventure. This will be the first time the two games have been available in physical form. These physical editions will go on sale at SuperRareGames.com starting on June 10th at 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET).

If you want to nab the Flower Collectors + Lion’s Song dual physical release, you’ll want to do so as soon as you can, seeing as how only 4,000 physical copies will be produced globally. According to the press release, both games come on a single Nintendo Switch cartridge, along with a reversible cover where one side represents each title.


The Lion’s Song is divided into four connected parts. Your choices affect how the story unfolds in an early 20th century Austria. Each episode follows its own unique character, but all the protagonists have exceptionally creative minds. The four episodes that make up the entire narrative are as follows:

  • Episode 1: Silence
  • Episode 2: Anthology
  • Episode 3: Derivation
  • Episode 4: Closure

Meanwhile, The Flower Collectors takes place in 1977 Barcelona. A murder is seen by a wheelchair-bound ex-cop. Teaming up with an ambitious young journalist, the two seek to uncover the truth. It’s up to you to discover the secrets hiding below the town’s surface and unravel the mystery of this heinous crime.

Michael Fontanini
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