Ah, sunflowers, nature's miniature suns. These lovely blossoms have been hugely popular since the Spanish brought them back from the new world in the 16th century, and they can be found everywhere, from the most popular paintings of Vincent Van Gogh to the symbol for Veganism. The sunflower is a symbol of light, and the title and theme of this week's room escape is derived from that lovely flower, Sunflow.
Once again Tomatea treats us to a beautifully decorated room bathed in sunlight and the aforementioned flowers. Both items are more than decorative themes though, as they play a vital role in solving the plethora of delightful puzzles to be found in the space. Tomatea's unique changing cursor, which gently glows when a clickable area has been found, has never been more appropriate than in Sunflow. Navigation is the usual bars on the sides and bottom of the screen, and the basic game design is of course up to the high standards of the designer with an intuitive inventory and a lovely musical accompaniment.
A save feature would be nice but it is not completely necessary in a game as short as Sunflow. The puzzles are logical and progress quite nicely, although since a few are color-based the game might be difficult for those with vision problems. Whatever the time of year or the time of day, though, check out Sunflow and bask in the glow of room escaping done right, the Tomatea way.