Strictly speaking, we already knew that a Vita-native version of the excellent BreakQuest: Extra Evolution from Beatshapers was in the works. But now we know some more details.

Firstly, it should be out this month, and secondly, it will be a “freemium” title. Which can be good or bad, depending on how it’s done. At any rate, the original was one of my all-time favorite Minis, so I’m hopeful it will find a bigger audience this way.

Edit: More on the “freemium” aspect:

We decided to release game as freemium, users able to buy ball packs (exactly as in the pinball) – 100, 200, 500, inifite balls unlock DLC also available. The game comes with 33 free balls to play. The purchases balls kept in the save data so game not require constant internet connection but you have to keep your save data.

(thanks to Alexey of Beatshapers for stopping by with this info)

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Horizon

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HoleRoll

I try not to read the official PlayStation Blog, as I get mad and leave angry comments. But thankfully O does and spotted this post about four Chillingo games coming to PS Mobile.

Feed Me Oil, a squid-based puzzle game. $1.49, launching June 26th

iBomber Defense, a tower defense game. $2.79, launching on July 10th

Roll in the Hole, a panda-based puzzle platformer. $1.49, launching on July 24th

Little Acorns, a squirrel-based platformer. $1.49, launching on August 7th

Two of the games are more expensive than their Android counterparts, but Roll in the Hole is actually 50 cents cheaper. Little Acorns is not on Android but is on the 3DS eShop, and is quite a bit more expensive there.

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This is an upcoming puzzle game for PS Mobile from Stinky Badger Games, ported from XBLIG. I have no idea what is happening in the video, but it looks pretty fun.

Apparently it’s already been submitted to the Store and is “preparing for release,” which likely means it will be out in a week or two.

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HermitCrabsSpaceSubmitted

Golden Ruby’s space shooter, Hermit Crab in Space, has just been submitted to the PS Mobile Store. Generally speaking, that means a release in 2-3 weeks, assuming it passes certification.

I believe it was the overall winner of the game jam contests that Sony has held at various indie game festivals. So, it should be pretty good. If not, well, at least it’s not another running game. Though one with a crab would be a twist over the typical cute animals.

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