A video game is about to take on a whole new meaning for the island of Hawaii.
Hawaii, a state of about 1.3 million people, has a flag that’s nearly 40 years old.
It’s an American flag with a blue and white background, representing the state.
It has a gold star on the hoist, and it’s often depicted in the form of a star with a star, which is symbolic of the Hawaiian people.
However, Hawaii’s flag was recently adopted as the official state flag, the first time the U.S. flag has ever been adopted as its official national emblem.
Now, the Honolulu Star Advertiser is taking a step forward by creating a video-game about the Hawaiian flag, dubbed “Hawaii Flag.”
The game will take place in Hawaii in 2019, with a twist: It’s set in Hawaii’s fictional city of Oahu, and players will play as a fictional Hawaiian flag-waving band that travels to Honolulu to play in the Hawaii State Fair.
The game’s trailer shows a series of different scenarios where players are tasked with flying the flag of the state of Hawaii to its rightful place on the U,S.
Players can choose to play as either the Hawaiian Flag or the United States flag, and they can also choose a different Hawaiian flag for each scenario.
Players can also pick the colors and designs of Hawaiian flags.
“We wanted to do something that felt authentic and real,” said Jason D’Onofrio, the game’s creative director, in a statement.
“We were able to capture a feeling that was present throughout the entire process.”
According to the video-games website, the Hawaiian-flag-wearing band will also visit Honolulu to perform its signature song, “The Hawaiian Flag,” in 2019.