I’ve not played a PlayStation Mobile game since Life of Pixel, but it looks like there’s at least two games I need to pick up today.
First up is Grapefrukt’s Rymdkapsel, a beautifully minimal cross between real-time strategy and tower defense. I adore the way the game looks, and whilst it’s expensive for a Mobile game (£3.99 / $4.99) it looks like there’s a lot to it.
More curiously is VitaBounce, a cheap (£0.79 / $0.99) and cheap looking game that comes with an already (judging by my Twitter feed) cult soundtrack. Yeah, it’s silly, but it’s purposefully so. At least, I think so. Or hope so.
Have a listen:
There’s also Apocalypse Defense (£2.99 / $3.79) – below, iFishing Saltwater (same price) and the wicked looking Nunnageddon (£1.19 / $1.49) in with Sola Radio (£0.79 / $0.99), an online radio station player. These are all available now on the PSN Store.
It does seem like PlayStation Mobile hasn’t got the developer side properly sorted – one comment online points to the developer having no idea his game was out today (and so hadn’t switched the server on which is something they really need to fix.