Super duper Vita shooter Velocity looks set for a sequel.

Velocity is the retro nostalgic PS Mini game from May that blended scrolling shooting with cleverly complex levels that, while easily completable, hid secrets for high scores.

While developer FuturLab hasn't specifically announced a sequel, the evidence certainly points that way.

The first piece of evidence is the announcement of a new year-long deal according to which Sony will pay FuturLab to make content for Vita.

But what content?

Cue a countdown site with the URL www.fanpoweredflight.net brandishing the words "You Asked For It" and the aliases of people from the community who've asked for a Velocity sequel.

What else could it be?

The countdown ends three days from now.

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