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Flowerworks HD: Follie’s Adventure has received a patch in North America. Players will be able to use the Pro Controller or Wii Remote after applying the update, which also implements several fixes.

Developer Nocturnal shared the news on Twitter:

We also have a status update regarding Flowerworks HD’s European release:


Nocturnal is working on its first Wii U title, Flowerworks HD: Follie’s Adventure. The indie developer could create more titles for the console, but the future is entirely dependent on how Flowerworks HD performs.

The studio’s Michael Shamgar explained to Nintendo Life that Nocturnal currently has its devkits on loan. As a result, “we need to purchase them if we are to continue with development,” he said. That means Flowerworks will probably need to reach a certain threshold before more Wii U titles are confirmed – which could include an almost-finished “epic RPG” and sequel to Timegap-X.

Shamgar also briefly touched on potential 3DS support. Unfortunately for fans of the handheld, Nocturnal doesn’t have any plans for the system at the moment.

Back in 2009, Nocturnal released Flowerworks for WiiWare. Now the studio is wrapping up a souped-up version, Flowerworks HD: Follie’s Adventure, for the Wii U eShop.

Nocturnal hasn’t shared many details about what’s new in this version, though “more information about the game and its features will be announced in the coming weeks.” The game has already been submitted to Nintendo and should be out soon.

You can find a few screenshots from Flowerworks HD: Follie’s Adventure above.