The Dazzling World of Furmins Now Reborn on PSVita - Housemarque

The Dazzling World of Furmins Now Reborn on PSVita

2013 Housemarque

HELSINKI, FINLAND – October 30, 2013 – Beatshapers, the independent Ukrainian developer you might know for its work on titles such as Jetpack Joyride, Canabalt and Star Drone has today released Furmins for PSVita in all European territories and Oceania, a physics based action puzzle game originally developed by Housemarque, currently working on the launch of RESOGUN for PS4.

Furmins for PSVita finds players attempting to guide a bunch of adorable and lovable creatures across cunningly designed levels by rearranging a variety of items as well as using bumpers and conveyor belts in real-time with well coordinated precision. Their quest – to travel across the length of their world to wake up their King who has fallen asleep, rolled over a river forming an impromptu dam, blocking their flow of water and threatening their very existence! Strategically placed items create pathways and physical chain reactions, which guide the furmins to the basket and level completion.

The PSVita version offers exclusive features such as a brand-new scoring system, global leaderboards, the possibility to use both front and rear touch-pad and a total of 108 levels across 9 game worlds.

To see Furmins in action, check out its brand new trailer HERE.

Furmins is available for download on the PSN store for 6.99€/£5.49. More info on the US release coming soon.



  • A complete version of the game containing 108 game levels across 9 game worlds
  • Unique blend of physics based set-up-and-go gameplay and real-time interaction
  • Multiple solutions offers players lots of creativity
  • Beautiful, painterly visuals
  • 14 shiny PlayStation®Network trophies to reward outstanding performances


You can find more info on this PSVita release directly from Beatshapers’ website.

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