I am not familiar with Pygmy Studios’ portfolio, but it definitely looks like they are a Japanese studio. This is the first time that I’ve played any of their games, which is probably the case for the majority of our readers, too. Forevolution is a unique creature, not just because it is a must-buy PlayStation [...]
Five new PlayStation Mobile games/apps for this week.
Flight of the Turtle is a launcher game.
Merum is a memo/note app.
Reversi Multiboard is a PSM version of Reversi.
Tileogo is a puzzler.
Flight of the Turtle ($1.99, £1.59)
Merum ($1.49, £1.19)
Reversi Multiboard ($3.99, £3.19)
TILEOGO ($1.99, £1.59)
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Eight new PlayStation Mobile games in the world this week.
Apocalypse Defense is a defense game.
Fragment’s Note and Monster-kun Coin Kingdom are both Japan-only titles. The former is a visual novel, while the latter is a coin pusher game.
iFishing Saltwater is the saltwater version of iFishing.
Nunnageddon is an arcade shooter.
rymdkapsel is a strategy game.
Sola Radio is [...]
One of the things I don’t like about ports, especially late ones, is how they are treated. They mostly are inferior compared to the versions released on the original platforms. It comes across to me as if most of these developers are more interested in promoting the original platform than their very own game. This [...]
Eight new PlayStation Mobile games this week.
brg is a Breakout offshoot.
16bit Trader is a trading sim.
Visualize, Penguin Party, and Luminis are all puzzlers.
Multi Counter is a counting app.
Kung Fu FIGHT! is an action game.
RushCat is an endless runner.
*brg ($3.99, £3.19)
*16bit Trader ($1.49, £1.19)
*Visualize ($1.29, £0.99)
*Penguin Party (Free)
*Luminis ($1.79, £1.39)
*Multi Counter ($1.79, £1.39)
*Kung Fu FIGHT! ($1.49, [...]
The last time I encountered a bite-sized fishing game was Flick Sports Fishing, an iOS-port Mini. It was interesting, for being a game that was all touchscreen with gyroscope support being ported to a platform having neither. Gameshastra did a commendable job translating the controls to the PSP’s analog nub, not to mention its stunning [...]