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PlayStation Mobile Update – May 8th 2013

Posted by on May 7th, 2013 | 10 Comments | Tags: , , , , , , ,

Here is what is new on PSM this week. All descriptions and screens were taken from the PlayStation Mobile store. Games are subject to regional availability.



Apocalypse Defense ( $3.79 / £2.99 )






The world has ended, it’s up to the brave tower operators to defend the last city’s of earth from the onslaught of bandits.




Publisher: Tim Collins
Size: 19 MB
Players: 1 Player
Online: Yes (2 Players)
IAP: Unknown
Supports: Touchscreen

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Fragment’s Note ( ¥350 )







This is only on the Japanese Store. It is a visual novel.




Publisher: ULLUCUS HEAVEN Inc.
Size: 446 MB
Players: 1 Player
Online: Unknown
IAP: Unknown
Supports: Touchscreen

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iFishing Saltwater ( $3.79 / £2.99 )






iFishing Saltwater is a saltwater fishing simulator by Rocking Pocket Games.




Publisher: Rocking Pocket Games
Size: 37 MB
Players: 1 Player
Online: Unknown
IAP: Unknown
Supports: Touchscreen, Controller, On-screen Controller, Motion Sensor

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Kaibutsukun Coin Kingdom ( Free )






This is only available on the Japanese PSM store. It seems to be that game where you place coins and they fall off a ledge.




Publisher: Sony Digital Entertainment Services, Inc.
Size: 81 MB
Players: 1 Player
Online: Unknown
IAP: Yes
Supports: Touchscreen

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Nunnageddon ( $1.49 / £1.19 )





Nunnageddon is a frantic arcade shooter that gets you taking down enemies who are working for the man and raining death down on God’s favorite Nun.




Publisher: DanielCake
Size: 12 MB
Players: 1 Player
Online: Unknown
IAP: Unknown
Supports: Controller, On-screen Controller

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rymdkapsel ( $4.99 / £3.99 / ¥500 )





Rymdkapsel is a meditative strategy game set in space. Take on the challenge of building the best possible station by commanding your minions and exploring the galaxy around you.



Publisher: Martin Jonasson
Size: 27 MB
Players: 1 Player
Online: No
IAP: No
Supports: Touchscreen, Controller, On-screen Controller

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Sola Radio ( $0.99 / £0.79 / ¥100 )






Sola Radio, online music player, with thousands of songs, and smooth operation.




Publisher: Zhang Bo
Size: 4 MB
Players: 1 Player
Online: No
IAP: No
Supports: Touchscreen

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VitaBounce! ( $0.99 / £0.79 )






VitaBounce is rad as soup, therefore play it.





Publisher: Havishamone Games
Size: 29 MB
Players: 1 Player
Online: Unknown
IAP: Unknown
Supports: Touchscreen, Controller, On-screen Controller

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Price Changes

Will check tomorrow.

Patches

Snake – now v1.05 Read about the patch here


  • http://twitter.com/IMissBionix Jonathan

    Sony continues to release licensed games based on obscure anime/manga series in Japan. I really dig the art style for Kaibutsu-kun, and the renders are quite nice too.

    VitaBounce isn’t available in Canada. I wonder how I’ll survive …

    • quidnunc1

      here’s my review of VitaBounce*
      pro: it’s functional
      con: it’s bad

      i did get slightly amused when I found the web page and noticed his other game is a “pregnancy simulator”

      * reviewer played the free pc version

    • Chris

      you forgot

      pro: the best music ever to grace a vita

  • slicer4ever

    Thank you sony, for not informing me my game was released today. my dev portal still says “preparing for release”. server wasn’t turned on as i was waiting for the release time=-.

    • Chris

      = Is it up now? I bought the game because it said it had mp. Is it 1v1?

    • slicer4ever

      yes, 1v1 tower defense. server is up now, so you should see it.
      no guarantees on finding partners right now, if you have a friend who has the game, you can specifically add them and play against them. but the pool of players is still small.

  • Freelance

    Anyone got Rymdkapsel?

    It’s billed as an RTS and tower defense game. Unfortunately, I’m
    literally horrible at both. However, I also hear that you basically
    never leave your base and you don’t need to select units and stuff. Is
    this good for someone who sucks at those two genres

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adrian-Smith/649417159 Adrian Smith

    Are there any videos of these games