Two new games and Four apps this week. Jump Girl looks like Flappy Bird except that the Bird is a girl and the pipes are columns of rock. Apparently an "interesting casual game". Alien Walk is more traditional in that it's a walking game with more traditional obstacles.|
On the apps side, there's Sola Gallery which you can use to log in to your Instagram account (?). Translate Helper claims to help you err translate sentences for over 50 different languages. Sola Chatroom is a bit like the PSN messaging service...
Probably the most curious item of the lot is a Music Library for Kingdom Three Musketeers. Though it's one of those "blind buys" unless you either happen to have found the music online already or you actually bought the game a few weeks ago when it was Japanese only (it still is)...
5th March 2014
Jump Girl - £0.40
Alien Walk - £1.19
Sola Gallery - £0.40
Translate Helper - £0.40
Sola Chatroom - £0.40
Kingdom Three Musketeers Music Library - £1.19
Edited by HiddenAway at 07:04:54 05-03-2014
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Hey HA, great service as always, but how do you get to know this wednesday mornings, ahead of the (so-called) 'Heads-up' post on the blog that Jawad does ...?
I think PSMobile games are up first thing on Wednesdays.
@elhozzo The PSM update goes up at the same time as the US. By the time I get up, the update is live in Europe and I usually have just enough time to type up the summary by logging into the store and check the Latest section.
ah, ok, mystery solved, cheers !
SIX games out this week.Shovel Shuffle is a free to play game which graphically looks very basic. Helicopter is a familiar looking game that I could have sworn I played pre Flappy Bird era. Mahjong Mahjong is yet another one of those Shanghai solitaire games.
I have no idea what Touch Commando is apart from the fact that you shoot things. NekoRush is an infinite runner type game with cats. Finally Console Saga is the latest from main PSM supporter, Thomas Hopper. His latest creation is a platform game where you aim to save classic games from being taken over by evil. It also boasts a random challenge mode (a bit like Spelunky maybe?)
12th March 2014
Shovel Shuffle - FREE
Helicopter - £0.40
Mahjong Mahjong - £0.79
Touch Commando - £2.59
NekoRush - £0.99
Console Saga - £3.39
There's been quite a lot of noise (relative to other PSM titles) for Console Saga, but for that price I'm wary of jumping in...
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Does anyone know of a PSN mobile game that's a reasonably close rip of the classic arcade game Mr Do?
I wish Hopper would price lower. He is losing sales.
No new games this week.
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Console saga looks pretty good. There is a vid up on pocket gamer. Maybe too similar to that sqirrel one I already have. I forget the name. Seems to have the same swing mechanic going on.
There is an app out this week. Pushups Training...
19th March 2014
Pushups Training - £0.40
Looks like no updates this week but could be late again.
Never mind - with Fez hitting I doubt it would be a good time to launch a title.
This week there's a whopping 10 games and apps on the store. There are so many to go through and not much time to run through them all...
Escape is a side-scrolling shooter mixed with endless running gameplay (actually, it's probably just an endless runner). Squirrel Run is another endless runner with a unique twist - the fact that the author of the game has said it's adapted from iRunner...
Digital Guess is a logic game where you have to guess the right combination, using hints given by the game based on what letters/numbers are right and whether they're in the right position. TonanAsiaKyo is a space shooter with what looks to be the first use of the word "heaven" as a difficulty level.
Other games include Man!Adhere 20s (a survival game), Chicken!Chicken! (no idea), Panda Panic (again, no idea) and Sudoku Fun (self-explanatory).
Boot Hill Heroes Part one looks to be the most interesting of the lot. It looks like a JRPG set in the wild west and is apparently part of a planned trilogy. Worth a look, though it's expensive compared to recent PSM releases.
Finally, there's Currency Convertor - which again hopefully is self-explanatory...
2nd April 2014
Escape - £0.79
Squirrel Run - £0.79
Digital Guess - £0.79
Tonan Asia Kyo - £1.79
Man! Adhere 20s - £0.40
Chicken! Chicken! - £0.79
Panda Panic - £0.65
Sudoku Fun - £0.40
Boot Hill Heroes Part One - £5.99
Currency Converter - £0.40
Edited by HiddenAway at 19:20:46 02-04-2014
The Wild West one sounds good - almost every week I wish there were demos or regular sales. I would buy loads of PSM games if they were all released for £1.
Another 9 games and apps on the store this week.
First up is Rocking RODY, a balancing game where you need to balance items on a table. Stage 1 is free and I assume the rest of the game can be unlocked in the app. The Zombies Unleashed is a top-down survival shooter with different modes of play.
Don't Die Dateless, Dummy is a visual novel where you pick a girl to err date. Game is apparently free so there may well be in-app purchases. Rival is a strategy game intended for 2 players on the same console.
On the apps side, there's the long awaited sequel to pushups training - sit-up training! There's also 2 Easy Diet apps to choose from (I'm not buying them to see what the difference is). QRCode Assistant allows you to finally process those QR codes that you've desperately wanted to use on the Vita.
Probably more interesting is News Feed, which is an RSS Reader, though there's no indication that you can use your own feed list so do be wary of that.
9th April 2014
Rocking RODY (Stage 1) - FREE
The Zombies Unleashed - £0.79
Don't Die Dateless, Dummy - FREE
Rival - FREE
Sit-up training - £0.65
Munchy Girl Mogumi's Easy Diet - £1.59
Rose O'Neill Kewpie's easy Diet - £1.59
QRCode Assistant - £0.40
News Feed - £0.40
Just the one game this week - but it's a big one. Eufloria Adventures finally releases on PSM after what must feel like an eternity. Despite it's PSM moniker, it is priced much higher than the average PSM game so bear that in mind when you're looking at it...
16th April 2014
Eufloria Adventures - £6.49
It looks lovely, but the price /o\
I was looking forward to Eufloria Adventures after seeing a preview but the fact it's touch only and costs the price of a full Vita game means I will not pick it up.
What happened to the first party 50% launch discount thing?
2 games and one app out this week. Reflect It is an interesting looking puzzle platform game where you need to reflect the world to get through the levels. Galactic Labor Union promises to be an educational first-person planet building game.
Blue Track is an app that allows you to listen to music from 8tracks.com - you can figure out whether it's legal or not
23rd April 2014
Reflect It - £3.39
Galactic Labor Union - £0.99
Blue Track - £0.65
Edited by HiddenAway at 06:47:43 07-05-2014
Educational first person planet building game? Sounds interesting!
Just one game and one app out this week. Blue Beacon is the ultimate "I look a little bit like Mario" style game but with you stomping bugs and becoming a bug. Lovely.
Dream Note is an app for taking - notes. It does apparently link up to your Evernote account - if you have one.
30th April 2014
Blue Beacon - £2.19
Dream Note - £0.65
Edited by HiddenAway at 06:47:55 07-05-2014
Two apps out this week. QChat is an Instant messenger type app where you can group together 1 or more people. KI Scientific Toolbox is a scientific calculator with loads of extra functions including a unit converter...
7th May 2014
QChat - £0.40
KI Scientific Toolbox - £3.19
2 games and 1 app out this week. Dong (quiet in the back) is essentially pong where the p has fallen off. A Bad Opera-tunity is a game where you avoid tomatoes being thrown at you in all directions. Finally, Cloud Disk is an app which you can use to connect to your Dropbox share and pick up files.
14th May 2014
Dong - £0.40
A Bad Opera tunity - £0.40
Cloud Disk - £0.65
Edited by HiddenAway at 12:41:16 14-05-2014
... And the second app?
@Flying_Pig Panicked typo this morning
Great news, I've seen a few people say having to support slow devices such as Xperia Play and not being able to use Vita's unique features has turned them off PSM. If they can add trophies it will be perfect.
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